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Excerpted stories in Crawford County newspaper archives 100 Years Ago Jan. 23, 1924 N. T. Brackett, Syrian, arrested by Pittsburg police on an immorality charge, has been taken to … more
Kansas Day
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As we approach January 29th I have a few questions for you.  1. Which U.S. President signed the papers making Kansas the 34th state?  2. Where was the first formal recognition of … more
Excerpted stories in Crawford County newspaper archives 100 Years Ago Jan. 24, 1924 Crawford County, in all probability, will place its prisoners to work on the county roads in the … more
FRANKLIN, Kan. — Miners’ Hall Museum in Franklin is hosting a special presentation entitled “Entertainment and Traditions Over the Years” at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 28. The … more
Excerpted stories in Crawford County newspaper archives 100 Years Ago Jan. 20-22, 1924 An explosion resulting from a gas leak injured several people and almost entirely demolished … more
English evangelist to speak in Pittsburg
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Excerpted stories in Crawford County newspaper archives 100 Years Ago Jan. 19, 1924 Without doubt, or likelihood of anyone's challenging the statement, this was the most slippery, … more
Excerpted stories in Crawford County newspaper archives 100 Years Ago Jan. 18, 1924 Hostilities between the District 14 board of the Mine Workers and the Howat faction today waxed … more
Fasting, penance and ‘the dicipline’
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Here’s the tenth excerpt from “A Year and a Day: July 11, 1964 - July 12, 1965”. In the world beyond the sequestered St. Paul novices, “My Girl” by The Temptations … more
Pittsburg Public Library celebrates 97 years
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Excerpted stories in Crawford County newspaper archives 100 Years Ago Jan. 17, 1924 The electric power machines in the $3 million generating plant of the Phoenix Utility Co. at … more
Iba records 300th victory at PSU
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Excerpted stories in Crawford County newspaper archives 100 Years Ago Jan. 16, 1924 The Teachers’ College is going to take a day off and do a little dedicating. When plans were … more
CUTLINE: The demolition of the Masonic Temple began this week in 1999. Community members came together to raise money to save the Temple’s arches. Today, the arches remain, overlooking a public … more
Save a Few for Lefty Too
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We always pray for the victim. It’s easy.  They are sympathetic.  They’ve got tears rolling down their face and snot coming out of their nose--or blood coming out of their nose. … more
Excerpted stories in Crawford County newspaper archives 100 Years Ago Jan. 12, 1924 Armed and masked bandits obtained mail sacks containing $1,300 in small bills when they held up L. … more
Vows, rules and disappearances
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Here’s the ninth excerpt from “A Year and a Day: July 11, 1964 - July 12, 1965”. In the world beyond the sequestered St. Paul novices, Cassius Clay became a Muslim and adopted the … more
Excerpted stories in Crawford County newspaper archives 100 Years Ago Jan. 11, 1924 The board of public welfare cannot force a musical comedy company to give a full rehearsal in … more
Excerpted stories in Crawford County newspaper archives 100 Years Ago Jan. 10, 1924 Eight months of failure of the Joplin & Pittsburg Railway Co. to adhere to promises to repair … more
Excerpted stories in Crawford County newspaper archives 100 Years Ago Jan. 9, 1924 Arma is again without a motorcycle speed cop. Homer Kendig, who has held the job for the past two or … more
Excerpted stories in Crawford County newspaper archives 100 Years Ago Jan. 6-8, 1924 “Any person going to this school after this date will be doing so at there risk as there is … more
New dormitory opens on KSTC campus
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Excerpted stories in Crawford County newspaper archives 100 Years Ago Jan. 5, 1924 Ker-plunk. The mercury hit bottom and the bottom fell out. The coldest weather in several years for … more
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The National WWI Museum and Memorial honors the long connection between WWI and Scouting with Scout Day 2024 on Saturday, Jan. 20. The worldwide scouting movement had its … more
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