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‘Music Monday’
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — There is nothing more precious than little kids playing and learning music. It can also be beneficial for early childhood development.    According to the … more
Transportation an issue for next year
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — At Monday night’s Board of Education meeting, USD 250 Superintendent Rich Proffitt brought the possibility of transportation issues within the district next year to the … more
Pittsburg Beautiful picks April winners
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Pittsburg Beautiful announced the beginning of its 2024 award season. This year’s first recipients are Paul and Dorothy Thomas of 1010 South College and LimeLight … more
Good fortune, a warning, or a love story?
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Monday’s solar eclipse has been generating a lot of buzz the past few weeks. A solar eclipse is more common than one might think. According to NASA, the earth … more
‘Step into a simpler time’
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GIRARD, Kan. — Two committed Crawford County residents are making progress on bringing back the days of a nostalgic old-fashioned general shop to the west side of Girard’s historic … more
‘A Night in New Orleans'
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FRANKLIN, Kan. — Put on your dancing shoes or sit back and enjoy live music provided by the Ernest James Zydeco Band from Kansas City as guests are transported to New Orleans. For a second … more
#EvaStrong
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CHEROKEE, Kan. — A brave Southeast Middle School (SEMS) student received a special sendoff Friday morning as she headed north for treatment and testing.    Eva Maxton, a fifth … more
County scores a win in Topeka
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GIRARD, Kan. — At Friday’s county commission meeting, Crawford County Counselor Jim Emerson announced the state legislature passed the nuisance bill allowing Crawford and Riley County to … more
EDF reps brief county on wind project 
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GIRARD, Kan. — County commissioners met with representatives from EDF Renewables on Tuesday to hear about their proposed wind project to be built in western Crawford County. Associate Director … more
NAC beta tests new survey
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — The Neighborhood Advisory Council (NAC) met Wednesday afternoon at Memorial Auditorium in Pittsburg for its monthly meeting. At the top of the list for discussion was a new … more
Breathing Fire!
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — The Pittsburg High School Culinary team was honored Wednesday night during a small ceremony at the high school after a solid performance at their first state competition in … more
Raising some dough
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‘Ride the Cyclone’ opens Thursday
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Triple Threat Threeatrics, a Pittsburg-based theatre company, is set to open its spring musical of “Ride the Cyclone,” which will run from Thursday to Saturday in … more
Pittsburg man arrested for assault, damage
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — A 25-year-old Pittsburg man was arrested Wednesday evening for felony aggravated assault and felony criminal damage, according to the Pittsburg Police Department (PPD). … more
Dream come true
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Hannah Burnett always dreamed of playing college softball. Now, her dream has come true: She plays for Pittsburg State University while studying for a master's in business … more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — Last Saturday, the early morning brought delicious, homemade bake goods to the Meadowbrook Mall to help support the SEK Humane Society. The organization has a bake sale … more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — Students in the eighth grade at Pittsburg Community Middle School (PCMS) attended the John Parolo Education Center on Wednesday to gain some insight into the healthcare … more
Partying like it’s 1907
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — One of Pittsburg State University’s oldest traditions returned to the campus on Wednesday. The annual Apple Day, commemorating a key moment in the founding of the … more
SEKCAP ‘curve ball’ straightened out
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GIRARD, Kan. — At the end of February, SEKCAP announced a partnership with Point Forward to provide childcare services at Washington School in Pittsburg. Point Forward has been renovating the … more
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