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With gas prices rising, law enforcement agencies are encouraging residents to take precautions to protect themselves against theft of gas from their vehicles.  more
PAYP reaches membership milestone
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Pittsburg Area Young Professionals has surpassed 100 dues-paying members, making the group the largest member-based civic organization in the area.   more
GIRARD, Kan. — Brooke Powell, executive director of Safehouse Crisis Center of Pittsburg, met with the Crawford County Commission Tuesday morning to request funding through the Emergency … more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — At Monday night’s USD 250 Board of Education meeting, Assistant Superintendent of Schools Dr. Brad Hanson noted parental concern about sports photos and complaints … more
SEKHS to waive dog adoption fees June 18-19
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The Southeast Kansas Humane Society has announced it will be waiving all dog adoption fees on Saturday and Sunday, June 18 and 19.  more
TSACA awards over $13K in scholarships
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The Tri-State Area Contractors Association (TSACA) announced this week that eight lucky recipients have received scholarships totaling $13,500. more
Dr. Roger Misasi, interventional pain management specialist, is no stranger to southeast Kansas. He was born in Pittsburg, raised in Arma, and attended St. Mary’s Colgan and PSU. more
The Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) has started a project to resurface U.S. 54 between Yates Center and Iola.   more
The Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center has announced that Officer Dustin Hiebsch of the Pittsburg Police Department has been named class president for the KLETC’s 294th Basic Training Class.  more
Big Iron Overland Rally [Photo gallery]
Off-road camping event returns to Big Brutus for 2nd year more
Kansas Secretary of State visits Pittsburg 
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Incumbent Secretary of State Scott Schwab is taking time from his re-election campaign to promote and encourage Kansans to vote in the upcoming primary election on Aug. 2 and general election on Nov. 8. more
Flag Day
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Before dawn, five times each year, members of the Sunflower Kiwanis Club can be seen busily bustling house to house throughout Pittsburg neighborhoods.  more
Pittsburg man arrested for drugs, gun
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A Pittsburg man was arrested for the second time in a month on Saturday, this time for alleged possession of drugs with intent to distribute and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.  more
Awards of Excellence
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The staff of the Morning Sun won a total of nine 2022 Awards of Excellence from the Kansas Press Association, including five first place and four second place awards in the newspaper’s circulation division. more
The Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, has announced the appointment of Ernesto Estigarribia, a Pittsburg State University graduate, as its next music director.  more
PSU mourns band director’s passing
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Pittsburg State University is mourning the passing of Band Director Doug Whitten after he suffered a fatal heart attack Sunday.  more
Public Land Action 
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GIRARD, Kan. — The Crawford County Commission has decided to sell and parcel of land from the county land bank located in Chicopee.   The county will hold a public land auction at … more
Dentist fulfilled by work and family
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To hear Frontenac dentist Michael Clark tell it, he’s the most boring man in the world.  more
Big Brutus miners celebrate reunion
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Nothing brings miners together like the opportunity to visit with other miners and a free meal.  more
The Dance Pitt to host recital
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With school out and summer heating up, The Dance Pitt in Frontenac is preparing for its 11th annual recital this weekend, Friday, June 10 and Saturday June 11.   more
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