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The K-State Wildcat Extension District strives to create educational and developmental programs and provide research-based information to the communities in Crawford, Labette, Montgomery, and Wilson counties, and last week, it added Michelle Broxterman, family and child development extension agent, to its team.  more
Cutline: Multidisciplinary teacher-scholar Hyeryung Hwang gives a lecture, “Barbaric Modernities,” on her studies and research in world literature and cinema, incorporating theories of imperialism and colonialism, at the Overman Center on Pittsburg State University’s campus Thursday evening. Hwang’s talk was the 29th annual Emmett Lecture, which is sponsored by the Emmett family, the PSU English Department, and The Midwest Quarterly in memory of the late Victor J. Emmett Jr., a professor of English for 23 years. more
After a brief meeting on Friday, Crawford County Commissioners Bruce Blair and Jeremy Johnson visited the sheriff’s office to view the department’s time management system, with the idea that a similar system could be implemented for other county departments.  more
After serving less than a year in the position, Fort Scott’s city manager has resigned, and the city commission this week approved hiring an interim city manager and assistant city manager.  more
CHCSEK is the recipient of a $500,000 federal grant to facilitate access to life-saving cancer screenings and early detection services, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced Friday.  more
The Crawford County Commission seat for the Third District is up for grabs this November, with Democratic incumbent Jeremy Johnson defending his seat against the very man he took it from, GOP candidate, and former Democrat, Carl Wood. more
In the year 58 BC, the Roman Empire established the first vineyards in what is today the city of Colmar, France. more
The Kansas Department of Transportation has announced the schedule for this year’s Fly Kansas Air Tour, and one of the stops is in Pittsburg. more
KDHE has announced it will hold a series of public meetings, including one in Chanute, to help communities and public water supply systems learn about the EPA's new Lead and Copper Rule Revisions. more
After interviews were conducted for three candidates, the 11th Judicial District, comprised of Cherokee, Crawford, and Labette counties, appointed Joe Gordon Gregory as a new district magistrate judge on Thursday.   more
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