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CRAWFORD COUNTY, Kan. — Ann Marie Edgett, 53, of Pittsburg, died in a single-car, rollover crash along K-3 Saturday night. According to the Kansas Highway Patrol (KHP), the crash occurred … more
Physicals scheduled for area schools
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — The Girard Medical Center (GMC), in partnership with several area schools, is providing free sports physical examinations for Frontenac, Girard, Uniontown, Northeast, and … more
Tilford Lunch and Learn held Monday
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Students and staff filled the PSU Overman Student Center’s Governor’s Room, Monday afternoon, to join in a conversation with the formerly incarcerated criminal … more
Step into the Wild West
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — The Crawford County Historical Museum will host its annual Cowboy Days event on April 26th and 27th at the Crawford County Historical Museum. This event is designed to … more
KanREN names Byers to Board of Directors;
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Pittsburg Deputy City Manager Jay Byers has recently been selected to serve as the Local Government Representative on the KanREN Board of Directors. KanREN, the Kansas … more
Local dojo celebrates 47 years
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PITTSBURG, Kan.   — What started in 1977 with a group of Pittsburg State students is now celebrating 47 years in the community with an invitational tournament at the St. Mary’s … more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — The Pittsburg Police Department (PPD) is following up last week’s Animal Control Appreciation Week with a reminder that dog tags are now available. According to the … more
Pack your swim trunks
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Three generations of teachers 
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Former Pittsburg residents Al Ortolani, Melissa Fite Johnson, and Megan Munger will take part in “Teacher-Student-Teacher,” a celebration of poetry and teachers, … more
Cherokee Co. Sheriff announces departure
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CHEROKEE COUNTY, Kan. — Following 25 years of serving the citizens of Cherokee County, Sheriff David Groves announced his departure from the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office through a … more
GIRARD, Kan. — County Commissioner Carl Wood said he enjoyed attending the recent Kansas County Commissioner Association Conference at Kansas Crossing this past week, adding that he learned a … more
‘We do it for the community.’
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — The Morning Sun General Manager Justin Crain was invited to a Cup o’ Conversation at the Pittsburg Public Library to talk about his role in revitalizing and running the … more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — From “Animal Farm” to “Blithe Spirit,” the Pittsburg State University Theatre program has hosted several dazzling performances throughout the years. … more
TOPEKA — State universities in Kansas are banned from requiring prospective students, potential hires and staffers seeking promotion to disclose their views on diversity initiatives under a … more
Weekend fundraiser to benefit SEMS student
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WEIR, Kan. — The Black Diamond Masonic Lodge of Weir is scheduled to host a benefit lunch this weekend for a 10-year-old Southeast Middle School student Eva Maxton.   From 11 to 2 … more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — Fate sometimes has a way of intervening when you least expect it. For Martin Dickinson, Fate took the form of a Morning Sun article about the Avenue of Flags needing to raise … more
Girard senior awarded Good Citizen
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — The Oceanus Hopkins Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution in Pittsburg awarded the DAR Good Citizen Award to Hanna Bailey, a senior … more
PSU School of Nursing receives donation
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JOPLIN, Mo. — Eight representatives from area nursing schools gathered Wednesday afternoon, receiving a special $2,000 donation from the Freeman Auxiliary to boost training efforts.  … more
‘Take a seed, grow a garden’
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Starting this spring, the Pittsburg Public Library offers more resources for would-be gardeners than simply books.   Announced on Tuesday, the PPL has launched its … more
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