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McCune residents discover lost picture
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MCCUNE, Kan. — An Oklahoma woman has been reunited with a childhood photo after a destructive EF-4 tornado swept it more than 120 miles away.   The northeastern town of Barnsdall, … more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — As part of its fundraising efforts this quarter, the Pittsburg Area Young Professionals (PAYP) are raising money to help eliminate the existing school lunch debt at Frontenac … more
Nearly every important celebration requires cake, so with university and high school graduation parties galore, area bakers and cake decorators are up to their elbows in buttercream. more
Local author to showcase book at PPL
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — For 236 years, the country’s first ladies have played a pivotal role in American history, often behind the scenes and overshadowed by their husbands’ … more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — The Pittsburg Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the newly dedicated office space for Abernathy Roofing and Construction Wednesday morning.  … more
‘Spring Fling’ scheduled for Saturday
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — A multitude of small businesses from across the Four State region will be offering deals at The Barn at Timber Cove on Saturday, May 8, for the return of “Spring Fling … more
GOP candidates stop in Pittsburg
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Jake LaTurner’s decision not to run for re-election this year has left his seat in the House of Representatives up for grabs. Two candidates have emerged within the GOP … more
End of an era
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It was not unusual, in fact, it was common, most days, to find five or more guys hanging around the shop at Spicer-Adams Welding over lunch break. Larry Adams, the shop owner, is a car guy, you see. He loves talking about cars, trucks, motorcycles and just about anything with an internal combustion engine, so there was always plenty to talk about with others who shared his passion. more
ARMA, Kan. — The Arma City Council is planning to make repairs to the restrooms at J.P. Cleland Ballpark through June, following approval at Monday’s meeting.    In … more
Girard City Council approves hires
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GIRARD, Kan. — Preparations are being made for the 2024 summer season in Girard.     During Monday’s Girard City Council meeting, the council approved hires for the … more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — It has been nearly 250 years since that fateful “shot heard around the world” was fired on Lexington Green in April of 1775. With the country’s own … more
Highways, dog tracks, and backyard burials
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FRONTENAC, Kans. — The Frontenac City Council addressed a myriad of topics during Monday’s meeting and recognized the Frontenac High School Chess Team’s third state championship. … more
Tilting at windmills
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GIRARD, Kan. — The citizens who filled the County Commission meeting room, Tuesday, expected the commissioners to review a revised moratorium presented recently by the Crawford County Coalition … more
Need more wipes
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — One local group works year-round to help families meet a basic need – diapers. Southeast Kansas Diaper Stock (SEKDS) coordinator Dacia White said it all started in … more
FRONTENAC, Kan. — A Pittsburg man was arrested on suspicion of auto burglary Friday morning, the Frontenac Police Department (FPD) said Friday evening.    At approximately 11:55 … more
Authorities in search of shooting suspect
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — The Crawford County Sheriff’s Office is trying to find a suspect connected to a shooting incident within the county.    According to a recent release from … more
KU research team to return to Bender Farm
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INDEPENDENCE, Kan. — Last summer, Dr. Blair Scheneider, a forensic investigator with the Kansas Geological Survey, headed a team of Kansas University students in surveying what is believed to … more
Spring in Kansas
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Nature’s artwork
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GIRARD, Kan. — Much of Friday’s county commission meeting was spent in executive session, but commissioners did hear concerns about individual solar panel sales, new grant opportunities … more
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