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With road work currently underway on Broadway in downtown Pittsburg and in the area of Quincy and Rouse, the Pittsburg PD is reminding drivers to watch out for workers as they go through both areas.  more
Work on the current KDOT project to reconstruct pavement on U.S. 169 was scheduled to move Monday to the section between Plummer Avenue in Neosho County and Delaware Road in Allen County.  more
CCHS class of ‘54 holds 68th reunion
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Members of the class of 1954 of Crawford Community High School in Cherokee, Kansas, met July 30 for their 68th reunion. more
Each year, the University of Kansas Medical School selects 20 to 25 students from across the state to participate in the Scholars in Rural Health Program, which identifies undergraduate students interested in becoming primary care physicians serving underserved rural areas throughout Kansas. This year, four of those students are from Pittsburg State University.  more
Motors at the museum
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There are some who view cars and motorcycles as simply a form of transportation from one place to another. more
La Dolce Vita
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After having to postpone its yearly gala, which is normally held in January, the Mount Carmel Foundation is set to host the 38th annual event, “La Dolce Vita,” from 6:30 to 11:30 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 27, at Crestwood Country Club.   more
Even though the tide was turning against the KKK in Kansas in January 1925, its successes in the recent November elections prompted a pro-KKK bill to be introduced in February. more
County reports record turnout  
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Crawford County Clerk Lisa Lusker reported record voter turnout for Tuesday’s primary election during Friday’s county commission meeting.  more
Long-time advocate receives award 
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At Friday’s meeting of the county commissioners, long-time advocate Ron Albertini was posthumously awarded the Mental Health Community Service Award. more
Little Balkans Days schedule announced
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Labor Day is just around the corner, which means Little Balkans Days is also coming up. This year’s festival is planned for Aug. 29 to Sept. 4.  more
TFI names Pitt State grad as new CAO
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TFI has announced that Melissa Briggs, a two-time graduate of PSU, has been named the organization’s new chief administration officer.  more
A Mulberry man was killed and two Pittsburg men injured in a crash in Barton County, Missouri, early Wednesday morning, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. more
Hay bales ablaze
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Firefighters responded Wednesday afternoon to extinguish a semi trailer full of hay bales that caught fire in rural Crawford County near the Missouri state line, on Hwy U.S. 160 near 260th Ave.  more
Congress has approved a significant expansion of health care and disability benefits for millions of veterans who were exposed to toxic burn pits while serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. more
Ceramics exhibit on display through Aug. 18
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Mayumi Kiefer, PSU assistant instructional professor of ceramics, is showing her work in the University Gallery through Aug. 18 in an exhibit called “The Night Before.” more
The Crawford County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a man who allegedly approached several children recently in Cherokee while driving in his underwear, offering them candy and making questionable comments.  more
A free, educational program about Medicare options is coming up for those who will soon be turning 65 or who want to better understand Medicare benefits.  more
Pittsburg PD makes a dangerous arrest 
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A Pittsburg man was arrested for multiple charges after police officers, responding to a domestic incident early Wednesday morning, were allegedly put in danger while trying to detain the suspect.  more
United WE offers empowerment to local women
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United Women’s Empowerment (United WE), a non-profit organization based in Kansas City, has been traveling across the state conducting its Kansas Town Hall series to engage with community members and identify barriers impacting women in the workplace and business. more
A Baxter Springs woman was arrested for multiple charges in Pittsburg early Tuesday morning after allegedly leading police on a chase from Parsons that apparently started as a result of her drug-induced delusions.  more
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