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PHS to host holiday concert
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On Wednesday, the Pittsburg High School Music Department will present “Vespers for Kids,” a concert geared towards families and children, starting at 7 p.m. at Memorial Auditorium.  more
The Kansas Bureau of Investigation, Allen County Sheriff’s Office, and Neosho County Sheriff’s Office are investigating a homicide after a man was found dead Saturday evening in Chanute, according to the KBI.  more
A Parsons man has been sentenced to more than 28 years in prison for conspiracy to commit sexual exploitation of a child in a case involving production of child pornography, the Department of Justice has announced.  more
Chamber honors women in business
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For the past 17 years, the Pittsburg Area Chamber of Commerce has empowered women by recognizing influential females of the community through its annual Women in Business Breakfast and Women of Distinction calendar. more
Kansas of the 1890s would be the wettest in a generation, with the Balkans providing one of the best examples of how statewide liquor prohibition simply would not succeed. more
County seeks solutions to dry out courthouse
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Crawford County Commissioners on Friday heard a proposal from RenoDry USA to address water damage in the basement of the county courthouse. The century-old building has a few cracks in its foundation, and when coupled with recent heavy rains, puddles of standing water are left in the basement. The years have taken a toll, and the building’s structural integrity is suffering the long-term effects of its age.  more
PSU students design a dojo
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As a conclusion to their junior level studio course, six students in Pittsburg State University’s interior design program on Thursday evening presented their layout plans for Japan Karate-Do Genbu-Kai, a local martial arts school.   more
A federal grand jury in Wichita returned an indictment this week charging a Columbus man with one count of sexual exploitation of a child – production of child pornography, and one count of possession of child pornography.  more
Arma honors citizen’s efforts
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The City of Arma held a special dedication ceremony at noon on Friday to honor J.P. Cleland and his service to the city.   more
A new e-sports coordinator at Pittsburg State University is planning the first local high school e-sports tournament for Saturday, Dec. 10, and hopes to collaborate in coming months with academic areas like broadcasting, business management, and marketing to grow the program even more.   more
Holiday Extravaganza planned for Sunday
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The SEK Symphony, along with many community members, faculty, staff, and students, will bring the excitement of the holiday season to the Bicknell Family Center for the Arts this Sunday with the long-running annual "Holiday Extravaganza" concert.  more
Toys for Tots Riggs for success 
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Volunteers and staff gathered at Riggs Chiropractic to box up toy donations taken in during business hours on Friday. Riggs Chiropractic has been collecting toys since its opening seven years ago. According to Dr. Kayla Riggs, any patient that brought in a toy on Friday received a free adjustment.  more
Newly released economic reports include some positive signs, but also some less than encouraging indicators at the state and regional levels.  more
Recipe Contest Winner
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Congratulations to our recipe contest winner Debbie Walker!   Walker found this recipe on Pinterest where Dole and Jello companies have advertised their products. She said the first time … more
Santa Paws is coming to town 
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Santa Paws is coming to the Crawford County Historical Museum on Sunday, Dec. 11, from 1 to 4 p.m., where people will have a chance to get a furry family photo for their holiday cards and help support SEK Animal Advocates at the same time.  more
Throughout December, the City of Pittsburg is collaborating with Root Coffeehouse to celebrate and showcase the creativity of its employees — the “City Photogs.”  more
The suspect in the double homicide of two Missouri men in Baxter Springs on Monday has been formally charged with two counts of first-degree murder, one count of attempted first degree murder, and interference with law enforcement.  more
Downtown businesses extend hours for holiday
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The Pittsburg Downtown Advisory board is resurrecting the past by encouraging downtown businesses to stay open later on Thursday evenings throughout the month of December.   more
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