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The Crawford County Health Department on Tuesday announced that it will follow state-level officials and agencies in transitioning from a “pandemic” to an “endemic” response to COVID-19.  more
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A new summer day camp aimed at middle school-aged youth, called Raptor Ambassador Camp, is planned for June 28 and 29.  more
Living up to its name 
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As one of the poorest counties in Kansas, many residents of Crawford County have limited access to fresh, healthy food. Live Well Crawford County is a non-profit organization dedicated to addressing this problem and promoting healthy living in general.  more
Regents to vote Friday on next PSU president
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The Kansas Board of Regents has announced it will meet at 10:30 a.m. Friday, April 8, at the Bicknell Family Center for the Arts to hold a vote to name the next president of Pittsburg State University.   more
In the wake of the March 26 hostage situation and shooting incident in Baxter Springs that left three people dead, the KBI provided additional information Monday on the preliminary findings of its investigation.  more
Four drivers were involved in a crash Friday afternoon near McCune, though none were seriously injured, according to the Kansas Highway Patrol.  more
Meals on Wheels delivered 732 meals in March
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During the month of March 2022, 732 meals were delivered to the elderly and disabled in Pittsburg. more
Go Blue SEK
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Since April is Child Abuse Prevention month, the Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) in Pittsburg hosted a community kick-off event on Saturday at Lincoln Park, called Go Blue SEK, as a way to spread abuse awareness.  more
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If a plan presented Friday is approved, Crawford County will soon take on the task of digitizing tens of thousands of pages of records.  more
The Pittsburg Area Young Professionals held their annual Kick Off event on Thursday evening at The Pitt, providing food, drinks, T-shirts and a game to play for those in attendance, and outlining some of their upcoming activities. more
A celebration of Dr. Scott
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On Friday, faculty, students, alums, and community members gathered at the Bicknell Family Center for the Arts to honor Dr. Scott and recognize his career.   more
For French education major Claire Hurst, Paris is a long way from her small hometown of Cassville, Missouri, in the Ozarks — not just in terms of distance, but also in terms of size, population, and culture.  more
KDOT announces approved March bids
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The Kansas Department of Transportation announced approved March bids Thursday for state highway construction and maintenance projects. The letting took place March 16 in Topeka.  more
Today is Friday, April 1, the 91st day of 2022. There are 274 days left in the year. This is April Fool’s Day.  Today’s Highlights in History:  On April 1, 1972, the first … more
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Southern Star supports Greenbush Programs
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Southern Star Central Gas Pipeline employees recently presented a check for $750 from their corporate giving program to the Learning Tree Institute educational … more
Gov. Laura Kelly and the KDHE on Thursday announced a transition to the next stage of the state’s response to COVID-19, “pivoting from emergency pandemic response to endemic normalcy.” more
Whether you are a seasoned beekeeper, curious about keeping hives, or just want to buy some honey, the Beekeeping Swap Meet is the place to be this weekend. more
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