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The Kansas Bureau of Investigation has launched an investigation following an officer-involved shooting in Cherokee County on Monday. Preliminary information indicates that a suspect found deceased after exchanging gunfire with deputies died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound following the incident, according to the KBI.  more
Once a widespread skill, sausage making has diminished in popularity over the years to the point of nearly being a lost art, which is why the owner of The Meat Shed, Matt DeMoss, shared his knowledge with area residents at an instructional class on Saturday.  more
Every month the Treble Clef Club of Pittsburg holds a meeting at which members feature a musical performance, and for January’s event the club decided to invite the community to view the movie “Hamilton” at the Bicknell Family Center for the Arts on Monday afternoon.  more
According the Pittsburg Area Young Professionals’ (PAYP) Facebook page, it is impossible to drive by the area around the U.S. 69 and Atkinson Road intersection and not notice the litter.This Saturday, Jan. 21, PAYP is sponsoring a clean-up day to pick up the trash along the roadside and ditches. more
An 18-year-old Wichita woman was killed and a Parsons woman seriously injured Monday afternoon in a crash on US-400 highway about a mile south of Fredonia, according to the Kansas Highway Patrol.  more
A suspect was arrested Monday morning following a raid at a rural Baxter Springs residence in which investigators seized methamphetamine and firearms, according to the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office.  more
During Friday’s regular session, county commissioners held a Zoom meeting with Bill Brady and Sean Miller of Capitol Strategies, a government relations firm in Topeka, to discuss priorities for the upcoming legislative session. The firm has represented Crawford County for over a decade. more
For the month of December, the students that attend SEK Interlocal #637 (the Rise Center) collected canned and non-perishable food items in order to keep the blessing boxes in Columbus stocked for the year.  more
Pittsburg’s Memorial Auditorium hosted the Green Zone Advocacy Training seminar on Friday. The seminar is designed to help veterans transition back into civilian life and provide potential employers the necessary tools to communicate with veterans and recognize how to translate their military skill set into civilian use. more
Girard resident Jim Jarvis’s desire to help and serve others led him from being a police officer in the area to filling people’s bellies at his new restaurant, Hero’s Bar and Grill.  more
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