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NEET to host open house in Girard
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GIRARD, Kan. — Representatives from NextEra Energy Transmission (NEET) have scheduled an open house for Thursday, March 2, at the Girard Public Library, from 3 to 6 p.m. A formal meeting will … more
Wiseman’s Discount Tire has been at its present location, 4078 Parkview Drive in Frontenac, since 1989. Founded by Richard Wiseman in 1976 as an auto body shop, the business used to be located in downtown Frontenac. more
CCMH launches second new program
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Dozens of community members gathered at the Frisco Event Center on Tuesday afternoon once again to hear about Crawford County Mental Health Center’s second new program, Assertive Community Treatment (ACT).   more
GOP wants to axe all food tax
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The Kansas Senate voted 22 to 16 to eliminate all sales tax on groceries on Thursday, Feb 23. Not only would the state tax be gone, but also county and municipal taxes as well. more
Take me to the theatre!
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On Monday morning, Pittsburg Community Theatre announced the four shows – “The Play that Goes Wrong,” “Disney’s Descendents,” “Forbidden Broadway,” and “A Christmas Story The Musical” – they will present for 2023 in addition to its summer workshop “Junior Starz.”  more
CCMHC kicks off new program
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To introduce the community to one of its new programs, Individual Placement and Support (IPS), Crawford County Mental Health Center held a celebration with information, resources and snacks at the Frisco Event Center on Monday afternoon.  more
Last week, Natural Resource Ecologist and Park Manager for Prairie State Park Andrew Braun gave a special presentation about his work during the Sperry-Galligar Audubon Society’s monthly meeting in Yates Hall on PSU campus.   more
“Ask me anything.”
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In an ongoing effort to recruit in southeast Kansas, Team Rubicon State Administrator Dana Tompson, and her husband Jeremy Tompson, hosted a social hour at Pittsburg’s Drop the H Brewing Company on Thursday night. The couple are focusing on rebuilding Rubicon’s presence in the area as well as strengthening cross-border ties between members in Missouri and Kansas in what they call “continuity of engagement.” more
CCEMS discusses collections with commission
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In an effort to address the ongoing obstacles the Crawford County Emergency Medical Services (CCEMS) has when collecting outstanding payments, Jill Warford, CCEMS billing supervisor, and Randy Sandberg, CCEMS director, had a meeting with county commissioners Friday morning. more
Spruce Up Pittsburg
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Pittsburg citizens gathered to share ideas on how to clean up the community Thursday night at the Homer Cole Center, as part of the first step in Mayor Dr. Ronald Seglie’s Spruce Up Pittsburg plan.   more
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