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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Special Olympics Kansas, established in Parsons in 1970, will be sponsoring an Adult Bowling Tournament at Holiday Lanes in Pittsburg on Wednesday and Thursday of this week. … more
Pittsburg Beautiful announces June winners 
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Pittsburg Beautiful is proud to announce the winners for June. These locations include Our Lady of Lourdes at 109 E. 9 th , the home of Jennifer Unruh and family at 713 W. 9 … more
Curt McCullough, a funeral director with Derfelt Funeral Homes of Southeast Kansas, has recently qualified for the designation of CFSP by the Academy of Professional Funeral Service Practice.  more
Miners Hall Museum, located at 701 S. Broadway St. in Franklin, is gearing up for its next program to be held in conjunction with its quarterly exhibit ““Little Balkans Coal Camp — Arma.” more
Jammin' with Jones
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Olive Street Presents has been a well-kept secret in the Pittsburg area for the last several years, bringing unique music acts that have played in Rob Poole and Carol Puckett’s own home. more
Having closely observed the Klan’s activities for several months and become particularly incensed by the October 1922 Schierlman flogging in Liberty, Gov. Henry Allen immediately ordered an investigation. more
CFSEK announced Friday that it recently had the privilege to assist in granting scholarship funds and awards to 79 students totalling $111,700 for the 2022-2023 school year. more
A forum planned for next Wednesday is an effort to give a wide spectrum of Pittsburg voices the opportunity to explore the Value Them Both ballot amendment, according to organizers.  more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — Thursday evening, Pittsburg Public Works and Utilities Director Matt Bacon hosted an informal public meeting for residents of East Quincy Street and adjacent neighborhoods at … more
Two injured in Hwy 69 wreck
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Two people were injured, one seriously, in a crash on Highway 69 near the northern city limits of Frontenac on Thursday, according to the Kansas Highway Patrol.  more
Concerned citizens wanting to protect access to safe abortions in Kansas will host an event called the Rally for Reproductive Rights this Saturday, July 9, from 7 to 8 p.m. at Pritchett Pavilion, 106 W. 2nd St.   more
PCCCLC refurbishes recreation area
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Outdoor play time is important as it helps young children develop better physical health, as well as social, cognitive, and sensory skills, according to Sanford Health. more
US-69 nearing completion 
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — First built between 1838 and 1844, US-69 was originally a military road used to transport soldiers and supplies from Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, to Fort Scott, Kansas, and Fort … more
The KDHE Community Health Promotion team has announced recipients of this year’s CDRR Community Grants, including organizations in Southeast Kansas.  more
Relics of St. Bernadette visit Pittsburg
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For the first time in history, the remains of St. Bernadette were traveling across the nation this week and made their stop in Pittsburg to be revered and displayed at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church. more
ARMA, Kan. — Months after being announced as the Northeast USD 246 superintendent, Dr. Ray Streeter met with the Arma Council during Tuesday’s regular meeting to discuss recreational … more
Handmade, homegrown, hand gathered
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A variety of local vendors sold their goods as Harrigans' Barn kicked off its first farmers market of the year Tuesday on the east side of the courthouse square. more
Farm, Ranch and Ag Day postponed
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The 2nd Annual Farm, Ranch and Ag Day, originally planned for Saturday, July 9, at the McCune Osage Township Library and Museum, has been postponed.   more
Meals on Wheels reports June deliveries
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During the month of June, 2022, 741 meals were delivered to the elderly and disabled in Pittsburg. more
Peace, love, and Elm Acres
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When Jimmy Davis had to have his right leg amputated in 2020, he turned to social media as a way of expressing his thoughts and began to write stories and poems about his childhood and life experiences. more
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