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CHCSEK has received the recently authorized Novavax vaccine as the latest tool in the fight against COVID-19, the medical care provider announced Monday.   more
Ascension Via Christi Hospital in Pittsburg’s Level III Trauma Program has been re-accredited by the American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma for another three years. more
Big Brutus sign stolen
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Big Brutus has several large signs directing travelers towards it along highways in Southeast Kansas. Recently, however, one of those signs was stolen.  more
Concert for the children
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Over the weekend, many citizens had the opportunity to listen to good music and eat delicious food, all while contributing to the community at Pickled Pete’s in Frontenac.   more
U.S. 59 bridge survey starts next week
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KDOT plans to start a field survey at a bridge on U.S. 59 in Neosho County the week of Sept. 5. The bridge spans Little Canville Creek and is approximately one mile south of the U.S. 59/K-39 junction.  more
Palling around in Pitt
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At the start of the new school year, Pittsburg State University hosts many welcoming activities for students who are new as well as returning. more
Weir boil water advisory rescinded
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KDHE has rescinded a boil water advisory for the City of Weir public water supply system in Cherokee County. more
Ryan O’Connor and his wife, Wang Chongting, longed for children, but it seems now like that is not to be.  So he has found another way to nurture those children he had imagined so vividly. more
Beginning Wednesday, Aug. 31, drivers can expect intermittent delays on a section of U.S. 166 in Cherokee County. more
KDOT announces approved bids 
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The Kansas Department of Transportation announces approved bids for state highway construction and maintenance projects. The lettings took place on July 20 and Aug. 17, 2022, in Topeka. While the projects are scattered statewide, there are five in southeast Kansas.  more
A suspect has been arrested for aggravated battery after a Pittsburg man sustained an injury during a repossession, according to the Pittsburg Police Department.  more
The Crawford County Commission approved $33,360 in the carryover reimbursement budget submitted by 11th Judicial District Community Corrections on Friday.   more
Expanded overpass reopens
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After more than two years, the 4th Street Overpass Project is complete. The expanded bridge over the Kansas City Southern railroad tracks has been fully reopened to traffic. more
Smokey Racks is on the way back
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Smokey Racks BBQ is making a comeback to Broadway at a new location after owner Celeste Baker suffered necrotizing fasciitis — also known as "flesh-eating disease" — but is now at full health and ready to serve the community that has supported her through some rough months of recovery.  more
United Way launches can sculpture contest
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United Way of Southwest Missouri & Southeast Kansas has announced the launch of its inaugural United We Can Food Sculpture Challenge to kick off its 2022-2023 Campaign. more
The KCC has been awarded a $25 million initial federal grant to help plug more than 2,350 abandoned oil and gas wells in the state, a majority of which are located in Southeast Kansas.  more
Party at Pickled Pete’s
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After changing owners and getting a facelift, Pickled Pete’s Bar and Grill in Frontenac will be hosting its first big benefit event this weekend.    more
Leadership Kansas tours Pittsburg
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Started in 1979 under Gov. Robert Bennett, Leadership Kansas was established to identify a group of diverse and established leaders from across the state and develop a program to introduce the participants to the most important topics and issues in Kansas.  more
Community Health Center of Southeast Kansas held a special retirement party on Thursday for Dr. Darwin Anderson, one of the first psychologists that CHCSEK ever employed.   more
National Dog Day
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The Morning Sun team is celebrating National Dog Day by showing our readers our pups! more
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