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By 1926 many national KKK members were beginning to believe that the organization ran contrary to democratic government. more
Friday’s County Commission meeting was purposely brief as the commissioners waited to certify the canvasing board’s final vote tally from last week’s elections.   more
With one week of summer vacation left, Eden Darling is anticipating her first day as a freshman at Pittsburg High School, looking back at middle school and forward to college.  more
KDOT plans to begin full-depth concrete patching on U.S. 400 from the Greenwood-Wilson county line east to K-47 next week. more
After the success of his exhibit at the Spiva Arts Center in Joplin, local artist Gentry Warren decided to showcase and sell some of his animal artwork in The Doggie Bag. more
On a stormy night in June, 1914, Odella was trying to sleep, but not having much luck. more
Language barriers are often difficult to navigate, whether it is in business or just in day to day life, which is why Pittsburg transplant, Claudia Blancett, is offering free sign language classes to the community as a way to assist with barriers for the hearing impaired.   more
Uplink, LLC, a newly formed, locally owned business based in Pittsburg, has announced the purchase of CDL Electric’s Telecommunications Service Division.   more
Following its recent acquisition of Fox Insurance Agency, Ryan Insurance of Pittsburg has announced the purchase of an additional local insurance company, Schroeder Insurance Agency.  more
Pittsburg native Meryl Carver-Allmond is one of three candidates to fill a vacancy at the Kansas Appellate Court left by the retirement of Judge Anthony Powell.   more
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