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Excerpted stories in Crawford County newspaper archives 100 Years Ago April 5, 1923 The members of the citizenship class will receive their diplomas tonight at Franklin. A program has been arranged … more
For, lo, the winter is past
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The signs of Spring have shown themselves for some time now — grass turning green, rabbits frolicking across the front yard, and a choir of birds singing as dawn breaks on my morning walks — … more
Of Chisels and Men
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They say that iron sharpens iron. If you get nothing else from this, stick that in your pocket and keep it. I sharpened my chisels last night. This is not a sentence that I ever thought I’d write, … more
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Wednesday, April 5 Story Time at the Library The Pittsburg Public Library invites kids and families to the library at 10 a.m. Tuesdays and Wednesdays for a story time. The program is free and no … more
Excerpted stories in Crawford County newspaper archives100 Years AgoApril 4, 1923Two unmasked bandits entered the Bank of Waco shortly after 10 o’clock this morning and after locking Warren E. … more
A trip through Northeast Kansas
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Well, spring has officially sprung, although sometimes the temperatures don’t really reflect it. That also means some are getting ‘itchy feet” shall we say and looking for a little get-away. … more
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The Cold War comes to Pittsburg, Pt. 1
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What follows is the first of two parts of a story by former Pittsburg resident, Jim Gore, about the Cold War arriving at 1805 South Broadway, in Pittsburg. — J.T.K. more
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Reading up a storm
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I’m a weather junkie. More often than not, I’m checking out the Weather Channel to see if there’s any precipitation coming this way and if the temperature is above freezing — important if you plan to walk before the sun comes up — or to see what the forecast is for the rest of the week, knowing full well it can change at any moment. Nature is fickle and fascinating and deserves our respect. Storms are fascinating to watch on screen, less so in person. I’ve not seen a tornado in person, nor do I care to, and I watch in awe at the destruction they can wreak. more
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Holi: Festival of Colors
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Treasure's the attic
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Even though it doesn’t feel like it, according to the calendar, Spring has officially arrived. Often, thoughts turn to “spring cleaning” when spring arrives and from the amount of items coming into the thrift stores, it is apparent that the annual spring cleaning ritual has begun. more
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Sperry-Galligar Audubon Program
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The Sperry-Galligar Audubon meeting will be held on March 30, in Room 102 of Yate’s Hall, 1702 S. Joplin Street, on the Pittsburg State campus, beginning a 7 p.m. more
This is the second excerpt from Arma native Frank Jeler Jr.’s memories of fishing in S.E. Kansas. — J.T.K more
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