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Retired for 20 years from her job as an administrative assistant at First United Methodist Church in Pittsburg, Leann Webb has not slowed down much.  more
Hasselback potatoes never fail to get a "wow" at the dinner table. more
Pittsburg Beautiful is proud to announce the winners for May. more
Grain production is the fourth largest ag sector in the county, and provides a living for many of our neighbors. Crop scout Curtis Harris’ job is to help those neighbors do more, and do it better and more efficiently.  more
For many, the artichoke is confounding. While considered a delicacy in Mediterranean and Californian cuisine, for the uninitiated, figuring out how to unearth its prized heart can be a mystery.  more
ArtWalk! [Photo gallery]
Photos from the Pittsburg ArtWalk on Friday, April 29, 2022. more
Some say writers have a glow about them when they are reading their own work out loud because it is a moment when they realize they are sharing a part of themselves with the audience. more
Sue Horner wasn’t necessarily a greyhound fan when she started making greyhound-themed T-shirts, but she saw a need she could fill.   more
For some, spring in the air creates anticipation of digging in the soil or processing calves and turning to summer pastures. For horse lovers, spring is getting into peak riding season. more
In the contrarian spirit of fixing something when it is not broken, this recipe gives the ever-popular hummus a makeover. more
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