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K-State president and students tour SEK
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Kansas State University President Richard Linton kicked off a tour of Kansas by visiting with local Wildcats in Girard on Tuesday morning to talk about the university’s involvement with the community. more
KCC ends cold weather rule on March 31
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The Cold Weather Rule ends on Friday, March 31. That means Kansans who are behind on electric and natural gas utility bills will be subject to disconnection of service unless they contact their utility company to make payment arrangements. more
On Monday and Tuesday, Pittsburg State University Students in Dance Appreciation classes toured Immigrant Park and presented several different dances by the Pritchett Pavilion in downtown Pittsburg.   more
WritersFest revs up
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — A weeklong inaugural festival which celebrates writing in a variety of forms attracted a crowd of community members, college students, and high school students, during … more
Holi: Festival of Colors
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Community Health Center of Southeast Kansas plans to keep patients aware and informed as the continued enrollment for Medicaid is set to expire on Friday, March 31. more
Pitt State celebrates Apple Day
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Pittsburg State University celebrated one of its oldest traditions on Monday. The annual Apple Day commemorates a key moment in the founding of the university. The celebration has been observed every year since 1907. more
USD 250 Foundation raises funds for future
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — The USD 250 Foundation was able to raise over $60,000 for scholarships for high school students at their annual fundraising event “A Night of Dragons” more
Pittsburg Mayor Ron Seglie, along with other city officials, hosted the second Spruce Up Pittsburg meeting at Memorial Auditorium Thursday night. Spruce Up Pittsburg is a city-wide, civic pride initiative championed by Seglie to clean-up the city and improve the quality of life. more
Party like Poets
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Friends and colleagues Laura Lee Washburn and Allison Blevins will be hosting an event celebrating the release of their poetry books “The Book of Stolen Images” and “Cataloguing Pain” at 5 p.m. Thursday, April 6 at Jolly Fox Brewery.   more
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