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Bikers to host charity event in Frontenac 
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Paul Keys, a member of the Guardians of the Children, appeared before the Frontenac City Council on Monday evening to appeal for street closures downtown on Saturday, Aug. 27 as part of a motorcycle “dice run.”  more
An Oklahoma motorcyclist was killed in a crash in rural Montgomery County on Monday afternoon, according to the Kansas Highway Patrol.  more
Frontenac resident Ken Terlip approached the city council on Monday to voice his opinion on the city’s nuisance ordinances, which he feels rely too much on citizen reports.   more
Both locally and across the state, voters went to the polls Tuesday to make their voices heard in a variety of party primary races, as well as on the Value Them Both Amendment question regarding abortion. more
Throughout Tuesday morning, afternoon and evening, residents packed area voting booths to cast their ballots for their top picks in Kansas' primary election.  more
Meals on Wheels reports July deliveries
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During the month of July 2022, 696 meals were delivered to the elderly and disabled in Pittsburg. more
Moran delivers $3m grant to PSU 
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Sen. Jerry Moran announced new federal resources for Pittsburg State University Monday morning at the Tyler Research Center on the university campus. more
Later this week, KDOT expects to start a mill and overlay project on U.S. 59 from the Oklahoma-Kansas state line to the north city limits of Oswego.   more
Cherokee County sheriff's deputies executed a search warrant as part of an investigation into suspected drug activity Thursday afternoon.  more
Prepare for the wurst
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Cultivate Fredonia, a group that focuses on community growth, beautification, housing, and healthy living, invites the public to attend its 5th Annual Sausage Fest, which will be held on the downtown square in Fredonia, Kansas on Saturday, Aug. 27. more
Today is election day
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The 2022 primary election is today, Tuesday, Aug. 2. more
With the primary election scheduled for Tuesday, activists campaigning both for and against the Value Them Both Amendment were busy this weekend with last-minute organizing efforts ahead of election day.  more
Pittsburg’s 12 and under All-Star Little League team appeared before the Crawford County Commission on Friday to petition for funds to cover travel expenses as the team is headed to Indianapolis next week for the little league national championship.   more
Mac Young, District Court administrator, gave his official budget request for fiscal year 2023 (FY23) to the Crawford County Commission on Friday. He is asking for $438,000, an increase of $15,500 from last year.   more
Luau at the library
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In the last week of its summer programs, the Pittsburg Public Library held a special luau party to close its Teen Nights program for the season with a bang, or with fire that is.  more
On June 17, former teacher Jessica Lake filed a lawsuit against USD 250 Pittsburg Community Schools alleging that she was discriminated against and improperly terminated from her position with the district in May of 2021.  more
Weather permitting, on Monday, Aug. 1, construction work will begin for the 2022 City Connecting Link Improvement Program resurfacing project on Broadway Street and West 4th Street. more
When Joel Stewart opened the Jolly Fox Brewery in October 2019, like most people, he did not foresee the COVID-19 lockdowns that would disrupt business nationwide within just a few months.  more
 In the face of the state’s unrelenting attempts to ouster it from the state altogether, the obstinate Klan had no intention of going out of business in Kansas, where membership was high and members’ fees were lucrative. more
Camping at the Library
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Though the summer is still in full swing and the temperatures are still high, the Pittsburg Public Library is hosting events to signal the end of their summer programs this week. more
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