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Neighboring Chase County schools, which do not require masks, recently announced they will be “starting to do some remote learning again.” This prompted me to wonder: will Emporians have to return to remote learning again? I hope not.

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Public schools across Kansas and the U.S. are looking hard for staff members. Now an Emporia State University educator wants to know exactly how serious the problem is.

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Emporia High School Theatre students hosted 26 up-and-coming young thespians for the second Kids Theatre Workshop Saturday morning.

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If you want to vote in the upcoming Lyon County election, two key dates occur this week.

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Emporia State won the fight on the football field. But Washburn University had the winning drive for food.

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He arrived at Emporia State University only four months ago. Now, for the time being, George Arasimowicz will be the person in charge.