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Pittsburg Fire Chief Dennis Reilly will be one of several featured instructors at the upcoming Labette Community College Fire School training from April 29 through May 1. more
For the past four years, fifth graders at Lakeside Elementary have been constructing and decorating dog houses for the SEK Humane Society to auction off as a fundraiser. more
The KBI provided an update Monday on its efforts, in coordination with the Independence PD, to locate Detreck Foster, who disappeared two years ago and is suspected to have been murdered. more
Mechanic thrives through lung cancer
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In 14 years as a diesel mechanic with Kunshek Chat and Coal Company in Pittsburg, Bob Crumby has never missed a paycheck, even after he was diagnosed with lung cancer.  more
The art of movement
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The 2nd Annual PSU Dance Research Symposium and Performance will take place from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 13, at the Bicknell Family Center for the Arts.  more
FARLINGTON, Kan. — The Friends of Crawford State Park will once again be hosting live music this year at Crawford State Park, Farlington. Each Friday, music will be from 6 to 8 p.m. at Lake … more
Three alumni have been chosen by PSU Alumni & Constituent Relations as recipients of the Meritorious Achievement Award.   more
Color us excited
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For the first time back after two years due to COVID-19, PSU’s Indian Student Association (ISA) will host its celebration of Holi from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 16, at Gorilla Village.  more
Pittsburg PD runs for a good cause
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The Pittsburg Police Department will once again be leading the Law Enforcement Torch Run for the first time in two years since COVID-19 began.   more
Police seek public’s help locating suspect
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The Pittsburg Police Department announced Thursday that it is requesting the public’s assistance with locating Belenda Sue Camren in reference to multiple felony warrants for her arrest. more
Pittsburg ArtWalk is back 
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After two years, the Pittsburg ArtWalk is set to return downtown as an in-person event on April 29. more
Earning money as a kid in Pittsburg, part 2
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This is the second of two excerpts from a chapter about Dick Shaw’s money-making schemes growing up in Pittsburg. It’s taken from his memoir, “Tales from the Professor: Life is a Hoot!”, which is available on Amazon. more
An unusual looking bridge is about to start appearing in rural Crawford County. The county commission has ordered a railroad tank car cut in half, creating a culvert to span a 30-foot creek bed.  more
Pittsburg State University has announced it will be having three performing arts events within the next week. These events are free and open to anyone in the community.   more
The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City will host its 2022 Agricultural Symposium, “Help Wanted in Agriculture,” on May 23 and 24.  more
Kansas State University researchers are looking more closely at the dynamics of marketing beef directly to consumers in the hope that they can help farmers capitalize on Americans’ ever-increasing interest in locally produced foods.  more
Holy Week midday services announced
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The Pittsburg Ministerial Association has announced it is inviting the community to join with friends and neighbors to find refreshment and renewal from words of Jesus spoken from the cross. more
Riding Along in My Bookmobile…
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One of my favorite books of 2019 was Kim Michele Richardson’s “Book Woman of Troublesome Creek,” the story of one of the pack librarians who rode a mule to deliver books to the … more
Sun photographer opens first exhibit
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Morning Sun freelance photographer Seth Potter has his first photo exhibit on display this month in the gallery at Root Coffeehouse & Creperie, 402 N. Broadway.  more
Starting Wednesday, the Pittsburg Fire Department and Pittsburg Public Utilities Department will begin flushing and testing fire hydrants in neighborhoods across Pittsburg.  more
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