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T.J. Leland’s will be the venue for a “Save the Vote” rally and fundraiser from 6 to 11:45 p.m. Friday, Oct. 14.  more
Frontenac Homecoming Court
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Members of the 2022 Frontenac High School Homecoming Court are pictured, including (back row, from left) Dylan Whitthuhn, Mario Menghini, Brennon Frazier, Logan Myers, and (front row, from left) Grace Jones, Hattie Pyle, Brylie Smith, and Mia Brown. more
Prize-winning organist to perform at PSU
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Organist Joseph Adam, who has previously performed at Disney Hall, will perform at PSU at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 14, as part of the Solo & Chamber Music Series under the direction of the Department of Music.   more
Move ‘22
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Pittsburg residents gathered this week to play, laugh and interact together in a multigenerational block party.   more
Cherokee County sheriff warns of tech scam
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As thieves continue to scam victims, Cherokee County Sheriff David Groves advised residents this week to stay alert and cautious when providing information to people over the phone.  more
Fall Homeschool Day at the Museum
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — The Crawford County Historical Museum held its Fall Homeschool Day during the 34th annual Southeast Kansas Gas Engine and Tractor Show and Swap Meet on Friday. more
KDHE has announced it will host a series of virtual and in-person public meetings this month to allow KanCare participants and stakeholders to discuss and provide comments on the program, including local meeting sessions in Pittsburg.  more
Trial date set for murder suspect 
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Judge Lori Bolton Fleming set pre-trial and trial dates for James Hamilton on Friday at the Crawford County Judicial Center in Pittsburg. Hamilton is charged with first degree murder in the May 13 death of Stephanie Short. Other charges include first degree attempted murder, aggravated assault, and criminal discharge of a firearm.  more
Candidate forum set for Oct. 24
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With election day one month away, the Morning Sun is partnering with the Pittsburg Area Chamber of Commerce to host a political forum featuring candidates for the Crawford County Commission District Three seat.   more
WMC hosts Fall Festival in Neodesha
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Wilson Medical Center is hosting its annual Fall Festival today at Riverwalk Park in Neodesha. The second annual event will feature more than 30 vendors along with several food trucks, youth activities, and big attractions.   more
Last two Oklahoma jail escapees captured
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The last two out of four inmates who escaped from the Ottawa County Jail in northeastern Oklahoma on Tuesday have been apprehended, the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office announced Friday.  more
Tickled for pickleball
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — To keep up with the ever-increasing popularity of the sport, the City of Pittsburg and the Pittsburg Area Chamber of Commerce cut the ribbon for new outdoor pickleball courts at Four Oaks Golf Course on Thursday.   more
A Weir man is in custody facing felony allegations after Cherokee County sheriff's deputies responded to a report of a domestic disturbance Wednesday afternoon.  more
Suspect arrested for burglary, arson
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Cherokee County sheriff's deputies arrested a rural Galena man this week in connection with a suspected burglary and arson.  more
Watco, a leading transportation and supply chain services company with its headquarters in Pittsburg, has made Newsweek’s Top 100 Most Loved Workplaces list, ranking #92 on the list. more
Deck Your Door
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Safehouse Crisis Center, a local non-profit organization dedicated to serving victims fleeing domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and human trafficking, is hosting its 2nd annual Deck Your Door online auction fundraiser. more
KDOT on Thursday announced recently approved highway project bids, and Gov. Laura Kelly’s office also announced funds awarded for pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure projects, including several in Southeast Kansas.  more
Fly Kansas Air Tour lands in Pittsburg 
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On Thursday morning, more than 20 private aircraft landed at Atkinson Municipal Airport in Pittsburg as part of the annual Fly Kansas Air Tour. Presented by the Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) Division of Aviation and Kansas Commission on Aerospace Education, the tour is a three-day, nine-city celebration of aviation. Pittsburg is the second stop on this year’s statewide tour, which began in Wellington, south of Wichita.  more
The Learning Center in Girard, part of the SEK Interlocal 637, officially opened its new playground Thursday. According to TLC Principal Jon Bishop, this was a long overdue improvement. Although first used at the end of last school year, the final touches were added in June over summer break.  more
The KBI and the Labette County Sheriff’s Office released additional information about the deaths of two people found Monday at a residence in rural Mound Valley, identifying the victims and saying their deaths have been found to be homicides.  more
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