The Garden City Telegram
After graduating from Partridge High School in 1934, Mr. Love farmed for several years south of Partridge.
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Sat Apr 19, 2014
The Kansas City Star
Remote monitoring of patients expands the medical frontier
Friends have joked with Carol Spencer because this month a doctor implanted a microchip to monitor her, just as some extreme opponents of the Affordable Care Act had warned would happen when the law took effect.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Kan. in midst of tornado season
With tornado season in Kansas being from March to early June, students at Emporia State may not be as prepared as they might think in the event of severe weather.
Emporia seeks to make town college-friendly
Patrons gaze at the menu to decide on their leisurely beverage choice of the day on Friday afternoon while visiting the Granada Coffee Company.
Will It Play in Emporia?
This article is part of Future Tense, which is a partnership of Slate , the New America Foundation , and Arizona State University .
Tue Apr 15, 2014
The Wichita Eagle
Will Brownback sign school finance bill? Emporia, Wichita audiences hear different answers
President of USW Local 241 Robert Cammarn holds a sign in front of El Dorado Civic Center, where Gov. Sam Brownback was scheduled to appear for the Governor's One-Shot Turkey Hunt on Thursday.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Winning $25,000 lottery prize is 'relief' for Lawrence player
Donald Henry, 35, of Lawrence said he was mulling over his outstanding student loans recently and wondering if he was ever going to get them paid off.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Community walks to benefit local MS patients
Over 80 Emporia community members gathered on Saturday morning at Flint Hills Mall for a charity walk to help people in the region that have been afflicted with multiple sclerosis.
Huddleston, Harmon win by landslide
Tyler Huddleston, junior communication and Spanish major, hugs Victoria Harmon, junior accounting major, in celebration of winning the Associated Student Government presidential election April 9 in the Center for Student Involvement.
Cashore Marionettes take over Albert Taylor Hall
Joseph Cashore performed his solo show "Life in Motion" April 6 in Albert Taylor Hall.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Comparing photophysiology of seagrasses in the Pacific Northwest:...
Caudle, K., C. Brown, AND Jim Kaldy. Comparing photophysiology of seagrasses in the Pacific Northwest: potential implications for species interactions.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
The Heritage Foundation
Obamacare Costs Force Kansas Hospital to Lay Off Employees
Newman Regional Health hospital in Emporia, Kansas, is bracing itself for the "negative financial impacts of the Affordable Care Act," according to a local news report.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Report: Kansas Hospital Lays Off Employees Due to Obamacare
In a report that aired on Topeka, KS ABC affiliate KTKA on Tuesday, Newman Regional Hospital in Emporia, KS is scaling back some services as a means of countering the "negative financial impacts of the Affordable Care Act."
Wed Mar 26, 2014
The Huffington Post
The US Press and Russia: A Tortured History
Puzzled about the latest news regarding Russia's claims in regard to the Ukraine and Crimea? You should be.