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Three injured in rollover crash
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Three minors were injured, one seriously, in a crash near Hepler late Tuesday morning, according to the Kansas Highway Patrol.  more
A Joplin man was arrested early Sunday morning on several drug-related charges, including possession of cocaine with intent to distribute.  more
The Bourbon County Sheriff’s Office will host its 4th Annual Golf Tournament starting at 7 a.m. Saturday, July 30, to benefit Special Olympics Kansas.  more
On Monday, United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Kansas Director for Rural Development Christy Davis announced that the USDA is investing grant funds totaling $2,268,200 toward eight community projects across the state.  more
When Sarah Springer-Prince retired in 2021, she decided to explore her artistic side, which she never really had a chance to do before. more
Photos from the 49th Annual Kansas Shrine Bowl banquet and parade. more
KBI investigates homicide in Chanute
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The KBI has announced that it is working with the Chanute Police Department to investigate a homicide that occurred early Monday morning in Chanute.  more
By late 1923 Klan chapters existed in many eastern Kansas communities. To expand its reach across the state, the KKK began advertising in local newspapers for new members. more
Communities designate ‘cool off areas’ 
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With temperatures forecasted to remain above 100 degrees for the next week, several communities in Crawford County have designated “cooling off areas” open to the public should residents have issues with their air conditioning or just need to stop in during errands.  more
County to hold tax sale next week 
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On Friday, July 29, the county will hold a property tax sale on the third floor of the Crawford County Courthouse in Girard, starting at 1 p.m.   more
Burn ban issued by the county 
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The Crawford County Commission issued a burn ban for unincorporated areas of the county at Friday morning’s meeting, effective immediately. more
Miller Mansion gets a makeover
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When Larry Seward first received a call from local realtor Barbara Koch from Pro X Realty, telling him about a house he could purchase and resell on Jefferson Street, Seward said he was not interested initially. more
Top county health official to retire
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Michael Ehling, executive administrator for the CCHD, CCMHC, and RJA, has announced he will retire from his position, effective Nov. 1. more
AUGUST 2, 2022: DAY OF DECISION is the title of the public forum that was to have taken place on Wednesday, July 13. more
Matilda the Musical
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After being put on hold for three years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Pittsburg Community Theatre (PCT) will finally be able to showcase its production of “Matilda the Musical” this weekend.   more
Pittsburg DAR welcomes three new members 
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Karen Simon and her daughters, Allison and Hannah, were inducted Thursday into the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) during a small ceremony at the Wilkinson Alumni … more
Mulberry PD helps residents beat the heat
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With temperatures holding steady at over 100 degrees for the past few days, Mulberry Chief of Police Joey Adelman has been out with his officers checking on the town’s 424 residents.  more
All-Star Weekend
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The Kansas Shrine Bowl is celebrating the weekend in Pittsburg with fun events leading up to the big game on Saturday evening. Here’s what is in store for the public to enjoy throughout the day … more
On Tuesday, Gov. Laura Kelly announced the 14 communities around the state that will receive funding through the Office of Rural Prosperity’s Rural Mural and Public Art grant program. more
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
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