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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
Excerpted stories in Crawford County newspaper archives 100 Years Ago April 11, 1923 A county health bureau under government direction and calling for expenditure of approximately … more
Cherished childhood dolls found in attic
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A couple of weeks ago I suggested you could go on a treasure hunt in your home which was what I had done and am still doing. It has amazed me at some of the things I found tucked away in the confines … more
Carefully considering the whole situation
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When the Abbot was asked if a pilgrim should be required to know God, before joining them in the monastery, he replied, “Oh no. Only that they seek him.” — Tales of the Desert … more
A different kind of mimosa
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Are you seeking inspiration for a festive springtime platter to serve for brunch? Look no further than this very green salad, layered with fresh, clean and simple ingredients that sing spring. … more
The traveling Gorilla
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — After 13 years as a nurse, Frontenac native and PSU graduate Paul Herford decided he was fed-up with the bureaucracy of the health care system. He quit his job, picked up his … more
The Cold War comes to Pittsburg, Pt. 2
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This column continues the story, by former Pittsburg resident, Jim Gore, about the Cold War arriving at 1805 South Broadway, in Pittsburg. — J.T.K. Driving home from the missile base site for … more
Excerpted stories in Crawford County newspaper archives. 100 Years Ago; April 6, 1923 The escape of four prisoners held on various charges in the city jail was frustrated at 11:50 o’clock … more
Excerpted stories in Crawford County newspaper archives 100 Years Ago April 5, 1923 The members of the citizenship class will receive their diplomas tonight at Franklin. A program has been arranged … more
For, lo, the winter is past
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The signs of Spring have shown themselves for some time now — grass turning green, rabbits frolicking across the front yard, and a choir of birds singing as dawn breaks on my morning walks — … more
Of Chisels and Men
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They say that iron sharpens iron. If you get nothing else from this, stick that in your pocket and keep it. I sharpened my chisels last night. This is not a sentence that I ever thought I’d write, … more
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Wednesday, April 5 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 and no … more
Excerpted stories in Crawford County newspaper archives100 Years AgoApril 4, 1923Two unmasked bandits entered the Bank of Waco shortly after 10 o’clock this morning and after locking Warren E. … more
A trip through Northeast Kansas
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Well, spring has officially sprung, although sometimes the temperatures don’t really reflect it. That also means some are getting ‘itchy feet” shall we say and looking for a little get-away. … more
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