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Mayor Cheryl Brooks hosted a community engagement event at Memorial Auditorium Wednesday evening with area tradesmen and contractors to discuss a transition to a new software program the city is adopting to file and register building permits.  more
It’s finals week at Pittsburg State University, and in order to help relieve stress, Sigma Saves and the SEK Humane Society teamed up to serve the students a dose of adorable by bringing three dogs to the Oval on campus to allow everyone a chance to receive dog snuggles.   more
Every non-profit organization generally has a specific place or group on which they focus when it comes to charity work and fundraising. The Lord’s Diner, which provides nutritious meals to those in need, has become the primary focus for the Pittsburg Noon Rotary Club. more
The 2022 Spring Crop Field Day will be held on May 17 from 8:15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Southeast Research and Extension Center, 25092 Ness Rd., Parsons, Kansas.   more
“I just want to say thank you,” said PSU President Steve Scott as he nears the end of his tenure.  more
Director of Community Development Quentin Holmes approached the city about increasing payment standards for the Section 8 Housing Program.  “Our tenants have struggled finding affordable units,” said Holmes. “Rents are increasing. What people could afford two years ago; they cannot afford now.”  more
Cathy Kinkaid, a resident of Pittsburg, spoke in front of the city commission during public remarks expressing frustration about the apparent lack of enforcement of city codes pertaining to copious amounts trash on neighbors’ property.  more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — Blue Spoon Properties, owned by Christina Oberle and Brenda Davis, approached the city commission for funding infrastructure improvements to the property at 618 North … more
Pittsburg Beautiful is proud to announce the winners for May. more
GIRARD, Kan. — Keith Browning, a road engineer with the Kansas Association of Counties, spoke Tuesday with the Crawford County Commission about a new pavement management system. Browning, … more
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