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Crawford County commissioners met with Wally Wilson of Ryan Insurance Friday morning to review the county’s insurance policy. more
A little snow didn’t stop Gentiva Hospice, formerly known as Avalon Hospice, from cutting the ribbon to celebrate its name change on Thursday morning.   more
Area shoppers who prefer to support local businesses by buying food direct from the source have a new reason to visit the southwestern corner of Crawford County. The McCune Farm to Market store announced Thursday that it has received a $17,000 grant from Blue Cross/Blue Shield (BCBS) to purchase a new cooler to keep healthy, ready-made meals fresh. more
Next month, local dads will have the chance to take their daughters on a whirlwind world tour, courtesy of the City of Pittsburg. On Thursday, the Pittsburg Park and Recreation Department announced its 13th annual Dad & Daughter Date Night will be held on Saturday, Feb. 18, at Memorial Auditorium. more
After 34 years of making music, Doug Dicharry has found his calling as a teacher, as well as playing as a one-man-band that will be performing at TJ Lelands this Saturday.  more
ARMA, Kan. — Rob Lessen, who was previously president of the Arma City Council, has been officially sworn in as mayor following the death of former Mayor Rock Anderson last month. In an … more
The foundation in accounting that Nicole Rich got while a student at Pittsburg State University is now serving her well: She began a job this week as the university’s director of internal audit.   more
Two people were injured, though neither one seriously, in a head-on collision on US-169 highway just south of Earlton in Neosho County early Thursday morning, according to the Kansas Highway Patrol.  more
FORT SCOTT, Kan. —On Tuesday evening, residents from Allen, Bourbon, and Crawford counties attended an open house event in Fort Scott hosted by NextEra Energy Transmission Southwest (NEET) to learn more about the company’s upcoming project of creating and building a transmission line from Wolf Creek, Kansas to Blackberry Creek, Missouri.   more
In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Pittsburg State University’s Office of Student Diversity and the Black Student Association will host an evening of remembrance starting at 6 p.m. Monday, Jan. 16 at the Oval on campus.   more
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