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Summer Kicks [Photo gallery]
Photos from the Summer Kicks Jazz Band performance on Monday at the Bicknell Family Center for the Arts as part of the Pittsburg Festival of the Arts. more
Carrots rule!
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Carrots are the boss of this salad. Available year-round, carrots are a salad staple, and their flavor varies depending on the season. more
Big Iron Overland Rally [Photo gallery]
Off-road camping event returns to Big Brutus for 2nd year more
Couple to celebrate 70th wedding anniversary
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A 70-year anniversary celebration is planned to honor Harold and Joanne Shideler. The family will gather for church Sunday, June 19, followed by a lunch prepared by the family.  more
A salsa dance in your mouth
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Salsa is much more than a spicy red or green sauce for swiping a chip through. Take a cue from the Latin dance that shares the same name. more
Pittsburg Beautiful announces June winners
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Pittsburg Beautiful is proud to announce the winners for June. These locations include 711 Normal St., 2702 S. Taylor, and 212 S. Broadway. more
Helping comes naturally
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When Jerri Moore found out her boyfriend, Kevin Washington, needed dialysis, she wanted to learn more about how to take care of him. So she became a dialysis technician, and now is planning on nursing school.  more
Rediscovering the Jefferson Highway
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The Jefferson Highway Association has been having its annual conference in town this week, with more activities planned for Saturday.  more
A food and sore muscle memory
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I swore I was going to eat a little less meat. I guess I shouldn't swear. A spontaneous invitation to visit friends in the Tetons threw a wrench into my plans. more
Photos from the YMCA Academy of Dance's performance of "WORK" at Memorial Auditorium in Pittsburg on Saturday, May 28. more
Growing up with people suffering from mental illness is never easy, but professional animal trainer Amelia Wheeler’s experiences with her schizophrenic mother helped her develop a sensitivity and empathy that she uses every day in her work with animals.  more
Give yourself a salad break
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When the weather is hot and cooking is out of the question, or if you've been overindulging in meaty protein since the onset of grilling season, a simple salad presents a welcome break. more
Ballet Spring Showcase [Photo gallery]
Photos from Pittsburg Ballet’s Spring Showcase at Memorial Auditorium on Thursday, May 19. more
A very green (and greedy) salad
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Tabbouleh is a bulgur salad; in fact, it's also a very green salad. more
Graduation weekend [Photo gallery]
Photos from the Pittsburg, Frontenac, St. Mary's Colgan, Northeast, and Girard High School graduations this weekend, as well as Pittsburg State University's commencement ceremonies. more
Retired volunteer makes the most of her time
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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
Taming the sweet in the potato
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Hasselback potatoes never fail to get a "wow" at the dinner table. more
Pittsburg Beautiful announces May winners
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Pittsburg Beautiful is proud to announce the winners for May. more
Crop scout helps farmers do more
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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
Demystifying the artichoke
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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
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