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EMPORIA – Emporia State University congratulates more than 800 undergraduates named to the university honor roll and dean's lists for fall 2020. Students from this area who received honors include:

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The U.S. Department of Education (Department) office of Federal Student Aid needs your help reaching Kansas high school seniors, current college students, and their parents to remind them to submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid form. As Kansas’s April 1 deadline approaches, th…

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EMPORIA – Emporia State University announces Makenzie Leigh Dougherty, of Atchison, was among the graduates earning degrees in December 2020. Dougherty earned a bachelor’s of science degree in elementary education with a minor in health.

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The Benedictine College Music Department invites the public to two concerts involving the various bands and ensembles of the Department of Music.

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EFFINGHAM – Some insight about what some students might financially encounter during their lives was offered to about 140 students Monday who participated in a Reality U simulation at Atchison County Community Junior-Senior High School.

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Maur Hill-Mount Academy President Phil Baniewicz has announced this year’s graduation speaker. Athletic Director and Assistant Principal Richard “Dick” Hunninghake, will be the commencement speaker at MH-MA’s graduation May 22. Hunninghake has worked at the school 41 years and is retiring af…

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The termination of Lee Supple, USD 409 math teacher became official at the close of a special Board of Education meeting Tuesday morning.

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WASHINGTON, DC – The National Association of Federally Impacted Schools is pleased to announce that Keith Mispagel, Superintendent of Fort Leavenworth USD 207, has been elected Vice President of the NAFIS Board of Directors. The election took place at the 2021 NAFIS Spring Virtual Conference.