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K-State Research and Extension’s Wildcat District has announced it will host its annual Agronomy Night on Feb. 7 in Independence. The event will run from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at Independence Community College West Campus, 2615 W. Main St.  more
Lindsay Smith is committed to leading the charge in finding ways to contribute to the community and growth of Pittsburg, and her consistency in doing so has earned her recognition as a 2023 Woman of Distinction by the Pittsburg Area Chamber of Commerce.   more
In past meetings, the Frontenac City Council has discussed the idea of putting weight limits on the Joe Saia Overpass to reduce wear and tear on the structure. Councilmember LaDonna Pyle again broached the topic at Tuesday night’s meeting. more
Since January is Human Trafficking Awareness month, Pittsburg State University’s Students for Violence Prevention and the Southeast Kansas Women’s Intersectional Network (SEKWIN) are partnering to host a free event for the public featuring the documentary “Surviving Sex Trafficking” followed by a question-and-answer session in order to raise awareness about human trafficking.  more
An upcoming competition will give area children in grades one through six the chance to compete for prizes by putting their brick building skills to the test. more
In continuing its effort to provide nutrient-rich fresh food to the area, local shipping container farming company Leafy Green Farms received two additional hydroponic farms on Wednesday morning.   more
The Crawford County Republican Party is hosting a roundtable discussion and fundraising dinner this weekend, which will feature current, former, and aspiring lawmakers among those on its guest list.  more
At Tuesday’s meeting of the Crawford County Commission, Commissioner Carl Wood proposed a new housing development for the county’s disabled veterans. Having attended last week’s Green Zone event, a training seminar on how to help veterans transition back into civilian life, Wood spoke with one of the organizers about building such a development in Crawford County. more
Being a high school principal is one of the toughest jobs in education. A person must be flexible and steady — often finding themselves in vastly different situations from one minute to the next, they must be able to switch gears easily. Pittsburg High School Principal Kelynn Heardt has prepared her whole life for those challenges and meets them with a graceful determination.  more
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