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Rev War exhibit opens at CCHM
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — The Oceanus Hopkins Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution and the Little Balkans Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution are proud to present The … more
City seeks input on future development
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — On Wednesday and Thursday, the City of Pittsburg hosted a public forum on future development at Block 22. Stakeholders, such as property owners and business leaders, and the … more
SEKRC raises funds for new baler
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Frontenac High School announces honor roll 
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FRONTENAC, Kan. — Frontenac High School has released their All-A Honor Roll as well as its A or B Honor Roll lists for the second semester of the 2023-2024 academic year. Students making … more
CRAWFORD COUNTY, Kan. — The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and Kansas Food Bank are one of the numerous organizations offering food programs to provide free meals for children while they … more
Embassy Marine receives Quilt of Valor
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DAB gives annual report
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Downtown Advisory Board (DAB) Chair Ben Fowler and Co-chair Ashlee Ricks spoke to the city commissioners, Tuesday, on the DAB’s accomplishments over the past year and … more
Keenagers 2024 spring concert
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RIVERTON, Kan. — The public is invited to spend an afternoon with the Teenagers Choir and the Parson Community Orchestra under the direction of Scott Nelson at the Riverton High School … more
The next chapter of our downtown
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On Thursday this week (5/30) from 5:30 to 7:30, consultants, stakeholders and interested citizens will be at Block22 for a community conversation about the future of our downtown. This public open … more
Bulky item pickup begins Monday
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — The first of four bulky item pickup events is scheduled to start at the beginning of next week, according to a recent release from the city of Pittsburg.   Starting … more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — This week, the city of Pittsburg, its Downtown Advisory Board (DAB), and the Olsson Design Team are asking for community feedback on the city's Downtown Strategic Plan. … more
County interviews possible consultant
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GIRARD, Kan. — County Commissioners met with Dick Horton of Horton’s Consulting in a public interview on Tuesday morning. Horton’s firm is being considered for writing the … more
Mulberry hosts annual homecoming
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MULBERRY, Kan. — Growing up in Burgess, Mo., Steve Malcolm, known as “Lightnin’ Malcolm,” found a way to incorporate music into his life despite the obstacles that come with … more
In remembrance
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As the sun rose over Pittsburg, Monday, a score of volunteers with the Avenue of Flags project carried on a longstanding tradition in Highland Park Cemetery. At the same time, others, with Sunflower Kiwanis, were working in residential neighborhoods. Their shared mission was to honor veterans by displaying the flag that they all served. more
Getting ready for rescue
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Most are just teenagers themselves, but there’s a group of people who from this weekend until school starts in August, will be responsible for the safety and even the lives of thousands of young people. Lifeguards at the Pittsburg Aquatic Center finished their training, Thursday, in preparation for the opening of the pool this weekend and about 11 busy weeks of summer fun and sun. more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — The Pittsburg Police Department executed two search warrants simultaneously Wednesday morning, May 22, at 8:30 a.m. at 906 E 13th Street and 1126 W 2nd Street in … more
Child endangerment arrest in Pittsburg
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — According to the Pittsburg Police Department, officers were dispatched to Ascension Via Christi Hospital at 3:40 a.m. Friday morning in response to a medical emergency … more
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A standalone photo in the May 24 edition of the Morning Sun, “Signed, sealed, delivered” incorrectly listed Aaron Pyle on the photo credit. The photo was provided from the Girard … more
Arma Citywide Cleanup to begin June 3
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ARMA, Kan. — The Arma City Council has scheduled a citywide spring cleanup from Monday, June 3, to Friday, June 7.   As a chance to dispose of unwanted items, the Arma Public Works … more
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