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Cherokee County fugitives captured
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CHEROKEE COUNTY, Kan. — Mark Hopkins and Michael Martsolf, who escaped from the Cherokee County Jail on Monday, May 24, were apprehended last Friday in Ottawa County, Oklahoma after a massive … more
The commission approved an asphalt contract between the county and Heckert Construction Co. The contract was approved unanimously.   Upon the recommendation of County Counselor Jim … more
Two inmates escape from Cherokee County Jail
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COLUMBUS, Kan. — Two inmates escaped from the Cherokee County Jail in Columbus late Monday night officials said.   Michael Wayne Martslof and Mark Gerald Hopkins II are said to have … more
Chamber banquet moves back to PSU campus
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — After an unprecedented year that saw the annual Pittsburg Area Chamber of Commerce Banquet move to Kansas Crossing Casino, the event returned to the Overman Student Center at … more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — As new COVID-19 cases rapidly decrease throughout the county and state, lawmakers are pushing for a return to “normalcy” in every sense of the word, including ending … more
Officials from the county health department told the commission that while the county had offered, those that are running the Four State Farm Show happening this weekend declined to have a … more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — From June 7 through July 30, the Center for READing at Pittsburg State University will host “Secret Codes Camp,” which aims to assist beginning and struggling readers. The … more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — With vaccines now readily available, the COVID-19 pandemic that defined 2020 finally seems to be dissipating. One change brought on by the pandemic, though, is here to stay in … more
Chlorine shortage hits southeast Kansas
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — With summer right around the corner, many are undoubtedly looking forward to going swimming, perhaps for the first time in over a year, since the COVID-19 pandemic shut down … more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — The Pittsburg Police Department has announced it will participate in the 2021 Kansas Click It Or Ticket campaign from May 21 through May 31. “Our department will be joining … more
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