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When Pat Silovsky (then Pat Terry) moved to Pittsburg from Kansas City in 1975, she was starting eighth grade, and she was a rabid space adventure fan. more
The act of foraging — searching for edible plants, fruits, and mushrooms in the wild — has gained popularity and created interest among many citizens across the nation as well as locally. more
With the overturning of Roe v. Wade last Friday fresh in the minds of many citizens, Pittsburg has begun to see more protests, as well as political yard signs being stolen as voters prepare to cast their ballots for or against the “Value Them Both” amendment to the state constitution on Aug. 2.  more
CHERRYVALE, Kan. — The South Kansas & Oklahoma Railroad (SKOL) hosted U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran (R-Kansas) Thursday morning at an event celebrating the beginning of a $27 million railroad … more
The Fourth of July weekend full of fireworks is here, and while this is a joyous time for most people, it is important to consider how the noise of fireworks will affect pets.   more
Effective June 27, Gov. Laura Kelly has approved updated drought declarations for Kansas counties with Executive Order #22-06. more
CHCSEK has been awarded a three-year term of accreditation in computed tomography (CT) as the result of a recent review by the American College of Radiology (ACR). more
From left: Tony Key, Zach Whitehead, Cassie Judd, Stephanie Johnston, Brian Schnelle, Travis Tutton, Blake Benson, Quentin Holmes, Mayor Cheryl Brooks, Commissioner Stu Hite, and Commissioner Chuck … more
Under the settlement agreement approved last week, the average Evergy Central residential customer’s monthly bill is expected to increase by $2.82 for two years beginning in April 2023. more
Sunflower Kiwanis Club of Pittsburg was recently presented a special recognition certificate from the Fort Scott Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution for the club’s program of helping residents display the American Flag on flag flying holidays during the summer freedom season. more
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