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Karate club celebrates 46th anniversary
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PITTSBURG, Kan. —The Japan Karate-do Genbu-Kai of Pittsburg recently celebrated its 46th anniversary of instruction on the weekend of April 28-30 and led by chief instructor James Otter, it can be … more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — United Way of Southwest Missouri and Southeast Kansas is excited to once again partner with the National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) for the 31st annual Stamp Out Hunger … more
PHS journalists win at State
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LAWRENCE, Kan. —The Kansas Scholastic Press Association is proud to announce the winners of the 2023  State Contest, which rewards the best student journalism from around the state. To compete … more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — The Oceanus Hopkins Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution in Pittsburg awarded the Outstanding Cadet Certificate to Pittsburg State ROTC cadet Alyssa O’Hare at the … more
Miner’s Hall Museum gets a facelift
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Groups of SEKCAP staff were seen all over the eight-county area on Friday as they did their part to give the Miner's Hall Museum a makeover during SEKCAP’s “Day of Caring.” MHM hosted ten to … more
PITTSBURG, Kan. - The Community Health Center of Southeast Kansas (CHC/SEK) will present a free diabetes medications class at the Pittsburg North Clinic, located at 3011 N. Michigan St. on Tuesday, … more
GIRARD, Kan. — Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) officials Wayne Gudmonson, Scott King and Vanessa Lamoreaux appeared before a standing room-only crowd during the Crawford County … more
The Labette Community College (LCC) Phi Theta Kappa organization traveled to Columbus, Ohio for the International (Catalyst) 2023 Convention on April 18-23. Convention attendees heard from … more
Excerpted stories in Crawford County newspaper archives 100 Years Ago May 6-8, 1923 In an enthusiastic session of talks with music, the Teachers’ College today celebrated its 20th … more
The oral history of Leron Brown
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A life-long resident of Weir, Leron Brown was born in 1917, he was drafted into the Army in 1942. Serving as a cavalry scout, he was captured by the Germans in August of 1944. Brown spent a month in … more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — Pittsburg State University football players and coaches hosted a Victory Day camp for youth Friday. About 58 kids from the region attended the camp at Carnie Smith Stadium on … more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — There have been numerous advancements in agriculture over the past 50 years. But there are many issues that still need to be addressed. To identify them and find solutions, the … more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — The Pittsburg State Department of Art is currently hosting a special exhibit "Familiarity." Educators at Westside Elementary, Pittsburg, Kans., have used the exhibit to … more
Valori Stone has begun serving as the Wildcat District Family and Community Wellness Extension Agent, effective May 1. Wildcat District has offices in Altamont, Fredonia, Girard, Independence, and … more
Summer gigs for students
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It is hard to believe that school will be out in just a few short weeks. For many young adults, the free time in the summer offers a great opportunity to earn extra spending money. When looking … more
To spray or not to spray
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At the risk of becoming lost in a psychological debate, I ask, “What is a weed?” Some would say a dandelion or bermudagrass are weeds since they can be a pain in the garden. However, dandelions … more
PITTSBURG, Kan. - T o show their appreciation for the many members of the Miner’s Hall Museum Foundation, the m useum board h osted its 11th annual membership dinner on May 1, at Arma’s Golden … more
Smith Named 2023 LCC Distinguished Faculty
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PARSONS, Kan- Labette Community College (LCC) is proud to announce that Aaron Mabe Smith, MSN, RN, Instructor of Nursing, was named the 2023 Distinguished Faculty Award Recipient. This award is … more
The show must go on!
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NEVADA, Mo. —The Community Council on the Performing Arts (CCPA) announces production dates for The Beverly Hillbillies, written by David Rogers, based on the TV program by Paul Henning: Thursday, … more
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