Peggy Derrick arrived to a welcomed sight Saturday when she got to work.Derrick, shelter manager at Emporia Animal Shelter, said there were people lined up outside when she showed up. They were all there to get inside and be among the first to pick out a new furry family member during "Clear the Shelters.
"Junior stands for small, not necessarily just kids. "Those were the words of Cottonwood Falls Mayor Boyce Baumgardner Saturday during the official opening of the Chase Junior Disc Golf Course at Swope Park. "After we had the championship course here, it got a little too tough for those that are still learning," Baumgardner said, "so we decided to build a junior course."
Hospitality/Culinary Arts students at Flint Hills Technical College can now map out their path to a four-year degree before ever setting foot on campus.Representatives from FHTC and Kansas State University met on the Emporia campus Wednesday to sign an articulation agreement which will enable students who complete an associate of applied science degree at FHTC in Hospitality/Culinary Arts to transition into KSU’s bachelor of science in Hospitality Management program.“This is fantastic,”...
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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