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K-State Research and Extension’s Wildcat District has announced it will host its first ever Makers Fair and Extension Expo, to be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 17, at the Southeast Research Center in Parsons, 25092 Ness Rd.   more
Stuff the Bus
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The back-to-school season can be a stressful time for families that are struggling to make ends meet, as some are forced to choose between putting food on the table or making sure their kids have the tools needed for educational success.  more
KOARC meets in Pittsburg 
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Pittsburg Deputy City Manager Jay Byers officially welcomed the Kansas-Oklahoma Arkansas River Commission (KOARC) to Block22 in Pittsburg Wednesday morning. The commissioners, … more
18 defendants from multiple states have been indicted by a federal grand jury for their alleged roles in a conspiracy to distribute large amounts of methamphetamine in southwest Missouri. more
In light of the current crisis in animal shelters, the SEK Humane Society and the Best Friends Animal Society, a non-profit organization which helps assist shelters and rescue groups across the nation, have joined together for an event created to encourage more people to adopt a pet from the shelter.   more
Most would agree that there’s no place like home, and thanks to a recent grant from the Knights of Columbus Endowment Fund, CHCSEK is helping the elderly continue to live independently.  more
Kansas Shrine Bowl returns to Pittsburg
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As the 49th Kansas Shrine Bowl prepares to kick off this weekend, on Wednesday many local high school football players and coaches from Pittsburg, Frontenac and St. Mary’s Colgan helped Kansas Shrine Bowl Executive Director B.J. Harris set up for the big event.  more
A Yates Center woman was killed and a Manhattan woman seriously injured in a crash in rural Woodson County on Monday afternoon, according to the KHP. more
GIRARD, Kan. — On Friday, July 15, and Tuesday, July 19, the Crawford County commissioners held work sessions to hear from six local child care providers. Each provider was given ten minutes to … more
GIRARD, Kan. — During Tuesday’s county commission meeting, Lisa Lusker, Crawford County clerk, spoke briefly about early voting and party affiliation when voting.   Any voter … more
Williamson makes progress in Frontenac 
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FRONTENAC, Kan. — John Williamson made some headway with Frontenac’s sewage problem. Williamson has been an outspoken critic of the city’s handling of recent flooding issues and … more
PSU students win national competition
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Armed with what they learned in the classroom and the support and encouragement of their teachers, Pittsburg State University students brought home national wins this summer at a competition hosted by Phi Beta Lambda, the largest business career and technical organization in the world.  more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — Kelce Business College at Pittsburg State University has released the second quarterly report on the local economy for 2022. Overall, the City of Pittsburg and surrounding … more
TOPEKA, Kan. — Gov. Laura Kelly announced Tuesday that the Statewide Virtual Job fair, hosted by KANSASWORKS, will take place from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, July 20, and Thursday, July 21. … more
ArtForms in the Auditorium
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While the Memorial Auditorium is known to mainly support the performing arts like the Pittsburg Community Theatre, fewer people may be aware that it is also a space which showcases the work of visual artists in the area. more
Aug. 2, 2022: Day of Decision, part 1
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AUGUST 2, 2022: DAY OF DECISION is the title of the public forum that was to have taken place on Wednesday, July 13. more
Artists for Alaric
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Music has been known to be helpful to people for a number of different reasons, such as reducing stress and exercising your brain. more
Local company Pitsco Education has announced its Ambassador Group for 2022-2023. more
Boomtown! 100 Years Ago
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"Buy Pittsburg Pasta!" said the sign in the front window of the Macaroni Factory at 818 N. Broadway. In the street out front, Wilbur Ferguson was busy setting up his camera equipment. more
The Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office announced late last week that a man had been sentenced to over 10 years imprisonment in Cherokee County District Court.  more
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