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Honey is much more than just great food
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This past week I decided to do some weed elimination from some of the Iris along one end of our garage. It was somewhat a daunting task as I hadn’t really cleaned out that particular area since … more
Making Memories in the Workshop
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My youngest grandson brought me an old piece of wood from a picket fence yesterday and asked me to make him a sword. (He asked me to make him a Minecraft sword, and I am not sure what that is, but I … more
Excerpted stories in Crawford County newspaper archives 100 Years Ago April 19, 1923 The Teachers’ College this morning raised approximately half the portion of the $100,000 stadium … more
DEAR ABBY: Our son "Victor" and his wife have informed us that they are "polyamorous." They have been married for nine years, and were together for five years before they married. They have agreed to … more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — Tomorrow, at 3:30 p.m., local poet and graduate student Michelle Peterson will present her thesis defense at the lower floor of Axe Library, Room 029. This will consist of a … more
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Tuesday, April 18 CHC-SEK at the Library CHC-SEK staff will be on hand to assist you with medical needs, getting insurance, isolation or depression, transportation, finding food or supplies … more
Welcome to Heaven — Handicap Required
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“Everyone will become disabled if they’re lucky enough.” — Maria Town We buried my youngest brother, Bill, last week. A gentle spirit whose quirky sense of humor, and mischievous … more
Excerpted stories in Crawford County newspaper archives 100 Years Ago April 15-17, 1923 With three arrests including a Cherokee County farmer and a suspect already jailed in Gallatin, Mo., … more
Excerpted stories in Crawford County newspaper archives100 Years Ago April 14, 1923 Sheriff John Turkington yesterday served writ of attachment on the show now playing at the Colonial theater, … more
DECONSTRUCTING THE BLT
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Shopping tip: If you spy a lumpy bag of bacon ends in the market, buy it. Bacon ends are key to this salad, which essentially takes a classic BLT (bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwich) and tosses it … more
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Friday, April 14 Talking Heads Discussion Group The Talking Heads discussion group will meet at 9 a.m. every Friday morning at the Pittsburg Public Library. Using The Great Courses Series … more
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Thursday, April 13 Frontenac American Legion Bingo Held the first and third Thursdays of the month at the Frontenac Senior Citizen Center. Open to the public. Doors open at 5 p.m. Play … more
Match tips, carbide lamps and pyrotechnics
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This excerpt from the autobiography of former Arma native Frank Jeler Jr., tells of his boyhood fascination with carbide lamps and homemade bombs in general. —  J.T.K.. During … more
Excerpted stories in Crawford County newspaper archives 100 Years Ago April 13, 1923 Traffic on Fourth Street was delayed this afternoon by two minor accidents a few feet apart. S. A. McKee, … more
Heard it in a love song
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I like Southern Rock: Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Allman Brothers, and the Marshall Tucker Band. I’ve known them from my youth. These bands were contemporary with each other and shared a lot in common. … more
Excerpted stories in Crawford County newspaper archivesApril 12, 1923100 Years Ago  A decrease in passenger revenue to $553,559.36 in 1922 from $672,936.12 in 1921 was experienced by the … more
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Wednesday, April 12 Story Time at the Library The Pittsburg Public Library invites kids and families to the library at 10 a.m. Tuesdays and Wednesdays for a story time. The program is free … more
DEAR ABBY: After being divorced for 18 years, I have reconnected with my high school sweetheart. She got in touch with me, and we started talking and seeing each other. She says she loves me, and to … more
The Dirty Thirties
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I well remember an incident from a family trip to Washington, DC, in the Spring of 1963. While our father attended a conference for Social Security employees, our mother took my sister and me … more
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Tuesday, April 11 Art Exploration Instruction Join Gallery artists Pat Glick and Laura Wright every Tuesday afternoon for a fun time working on citizens’ own projects or art from 12:30 to … more
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