The 5th Annual Healthier Lyon County Interactive Healthfest brought around 700 people to the Flinthills Mall on Saturday to learn about and experience healthier options for exercise, nutrition, health care and prevention services.
The employees and management of Xan-A-Do Salon and Spa hosted a breast cancer awareness benefit for recently-diagnosed friend and coworker Amy Delgado Friday afternoon.
The Chase County Commission met Monday morning for its regular session to hear an update from Detention Facility Administrator Larry Sigler.
LEBO — The Lebo High School football team rode a nine-touchdown performance from quarterback Devan McEwen en route to a 62-36 senior night victory Friday evening.
ALLEN — The Northern Heights Wildcats were unable to overcome an early hole in a frustrating 28-13 senior night defeat to Valley Heights Friday evening.
Emporia Middle School sixth graders raised more than $9,600 for community organizations and local families during the 7th Annual Walk-a-Thon Friday.
Lyon County Commissioners formally approved Thursday a lease agreement between the county and Evergy concerning the Lang Substation and tower about nine miles northeast of Emporia near the 1700 block of Road 200.
Staff at the Salvation Army Family Store & Donation Center at 520 Constitution St. say a recent string of trespassing incidents have wasted plenty of needed and valuable donations.
Five Distinguished Alumni and three Outstanding Recent Graduates will be honored at Emporia State during the Black and Gold Gala on Friday, which kicks off the 2019 Homecoming weekend.
The Emporia City Commission tabled a decision on purchasing radios and public safety equipment during an action session at the Municipal Courtroom Wednesday night.
The Lyon County Planning and Appeals Board reviewed text changes to the upcoming Joint Comprehensive Plan during a regularly-scheduled meeting Wednesday evening at the Bowyer Community Building.
Just days after performing to a packed house, acclaimed jazz musicians Jack Mouse and Janice Borla returned to the Granada Theatre for an exclusive musical improvisation workshop with a special group of participants Tuesday.
The six candidates in this year’s race for city commission had the opportunity to share their views with members of the public Tuesday evening during a forum held at Flint Hills Technical College.
Self-described on its website as “genuinely unpretentious” and a service dedicated to “crafting enjoyment for you out of pure sunshine” is as good as it gets for an authentically good time in Emporia.
The Newman Regional Health Auxiliary is inviting those interested in making a difference to come and learn more about becoming an auxiliary member.
The management and residents of Eastgate Plaza enjoyed a day of celebration Sunday, coming together for a picnic recognizing major contributions from the Emporia Community Foundation.
Strong City’s 1900 Theater was bustling like back in the golden days during Saturday’s first ever Black Tie Affair dinner and benefit auction.
Bargain shoppers and literature fans flooded the atrium of the Emporia Public Library Saturday during the first full day of the annual Fall Book Sale.
No stranger to achievement in the world of gymnastics, 14-year-old Emporia native Braxton Higgins is looking to cap another successful year by representing his country overseas.
Community members and city officials gathered during a chilly morning Friday to celebrate the official groundbreaking of the newest Community National Bank & Trust location at 701 Merchant St.
The David Traylor Zoo of Emporia welcomed more than 400 area grade schoolers to its 2019 Safari Adventure Thursday and Friday. Students in grades 1 - 5 spent time learning about wildlife, conservation, local history, physical fitness, street safety and more.
Village Elementary School fourth graders had the chance to learn about and see the structures and functions of chickens when several members of the Emporia High School FFA presented a lesson on agriculture Thursday afternoon.
FHTC’s Dean of Instructional Services, Kim Dhority, received the 2019 Inside the Field Leadership Award from the Kansas Council for Workforce Education during the Workforce Innovation Conference in Wichita on Oct. 8.
Lyon County commissioners unanimously approved a range of courtroom improvements involving audio and video systems during an action session Thursday morning.
Two grants totaling more than $2 million received by Emporia State University look to help professionals whose goals are to increase the employment opportunities for people with deaf and hard of hearing issues, and autism spectrum disorders.
Emporia City Commissioners expressed hesitation over the city’s participation in upcoming communications upgrades during a Wednesday morning study session.
The North Lyon County USD 251 Fund is officially open and accepting donations at the Emporia Community Foundation, according to a report given to the Board of Education Wednesday night in Americus.