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To showcase a year of hard work, the dancers of the Y Academy of Dance will display their talents at this year’s recital at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday, May 28 at Memorial Auditorium.  more
In the days following last week’s fatal shooting in Pittsburg, law enforcement officers have been following up on leads and have executed several search warrants related to the shooting incident, leading to five arrests not directly related to the shooting.  more
The Jefferson Highway was one of the earliest automobile highways developed across the country and Pittsburg’s heritage with the route will be celebrated during special community events on Saturday, June 4.  more
Kansans in need of food assistance now have an easier way to find help thanks to a new project supported by the nonprofit Sunflower Foundation.   more
US Senators Jerry Moran (R-Kansas) and Roger Marshall (R-Kansas) recently announced the US Department of Transportation has awarded 23 grants for airport upgrades and repairs throughout the state of Kansas. Two of these grants, totaling $3.5 million, are for southeast Kansas airfields.   more
The Pittsburg Foundry and Machine Shop, better known locally as the old Pittcraft building, is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places as of Jan. 6, 2022. more
Since its beginning in 1975, the Four State Farm Show has been a huge agricultural event in the area and has brought together agribusinesses and producers. more
Three published poets from across the Midwest will make a stop at Root Coffeehouse & Creperie, 402 N. Broadway Suite A in Pittsburg, for a reading from their most recent published works.  more
he deadline for candidates to file for the August primary election, as well as to change party affiliation prior to the primary election, is noon on Wednesday, June 1. The filing deadline for candidates in the general election is noon on Monday, Aug. 1.  more
The mayor of Fort Scott, Kevin “Skitch” Allen, announced his resignation Monday night, but the city commission did not accept it. more
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