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The Nutty Professor
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With the start of summer comes the start of the Pittsburg Public Library’s “7 to 11 Program,” a program specifically for children ages 7 to 11, at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. every Thursday. more
Duck Dynasty comes to Colgan 
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Alan and Lisa Robertson, of the famed Duck Dynasty Robertsons, have been touring Kansas the past week in support of the Value Them Both Amendment to the Kansas Constitution … more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — Gov. Laura Kelly on Wednesday announced $4,697,713 has been awarded to Kansas sexual and domestic violence prevention programs through the 2021 American Rescue Plan Act … more
After visiting Pittsburg and presenting the Congressional Gold Medal to World War II veteran Johnie Baima and the family of his late twin brother Louie Baima last Friday, Sen. Jerry Moran also made some other stops in southeast Kansas. more
Couple to celebrate 70th wedding anniversary
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A 70-year anniversary celebration is planned to honor Harold and Joanne Shideler. The family will gather for church Sunday, June 19, followed by a lunch prepared by the family.  more
Pittsburg Lions welcome Mayor Brooks 
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Last weekend, the Kansas State Lions 100th Annual Convention drew a crowd of over 175 members from all over the state of Kansas as well as Missouri, Oklahoma, and Kentucky, … more
Wacky Wednesdays return to CCHM
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With the official start of summer right around the corner, Wacky Wednesdays started back up for the 2022 season at the Crawford County Historical Museum this week.  more
Gov. Laura Kelly has declared June to be “Kansas Dairy Month.” Kelly was joined by Kansas Department of Agriculture officials and other agriculture community members in making the announcement. more
Focus on child nutrition
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Physical and mental health among children has become an ever-growing concern throughout the past few years. more
Pawprints celebrates Adopt a Cat Month
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Pawprints on the Heartland is celebrating Adopt a Cat Month for June in conjunction with the American Humane Association’s national events.  more
South Broadway Baptist Church has announced it is inviting families to a summer family Vacation Bible School (VBS) event called “Prepare to Put on The Armor of God” from June 27 to 30.  more
Frontenac prepares for Homecoming
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The Frontenac City Council passed two resolutions Monday night to prepare for the city’s annual Homecoming celebrations to be held July 7 to July 10. more
Bread in a bag
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The Girard Public Library teamed up with the K-State Research and Extension Wildcat District office to present a program Monday at which its patrons were shown how to make bread in a plastic bag as well as homemade butter.   more
Clogged culvert causes flooding 
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FRONTENAC, Kan. — Recent rains are again becoming an issue in Frontenac. Last month, citizens had already complained of rain water and sewage backing up into their basements. On Monday … more
Cornhole for a cause
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For the past two years, the Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) has had to cancel its big annual fundraising events due to the COVID-19 pandemic. more
The City of Pittsburg has announced that Evergy and its contractor Capital Electric will be performing power line transmission work in Pittsburg this week. more
A new sign at 816 N. Broadway, which was unveiled this weekend as part of the Jefferson Highway Association’s annual conference, honors the history of the building and its connection to the early 20th century highway route.  more
Beginning Tuesday, June 14, 260th Street from 160 Highway to 126 Highway will be closed to through traffic for railroad crossing repairs.   more
Maker Monday
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Rain Wheeler, left, and River Wheeler show the shells they used to make their necklaces on Maker Monday at the Pittsburg Public Library. This week the library provided beads, shells, and real shark … more
New president’s first day 
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Having just arrived back in Pittsburg on Sunday, Dr. Daniel Shipp spent his first official day as Pittsburg State president settling in to his new surroundings and meeting with … more
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