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Following the success of the International Food and Culture Festival, the Pittsburg State University International Student Association decided to create a similar event but with a slightly different feel. Starting at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 30, the association will hold its first Global Fest, an event featuring a variety of food and crafts for sale.  more
Prairie State Park in conjunction with Missouri State Parks will present an interactive outdoor experience for the public from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 24 at the park, which is located near Mindenmines, Missouri.   more
After the city‘s police chief, John Austin, had to step down to only working part time due to accepting another position in Arma, the Arcadia City Council announced Tuesday that another part time officer, Alex Lake, has been hired.  more
Over 30 presidents of Kansas independent and community colleges, including Labette Community College President Mark Watkins, met on Tuesday, Sept. 20, to sign a universal articulation agreement to expand student transfer opportunities in Kansas.  more
The U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology announced this week that it is awarding $500,000 each to five universities, including PSU, to develop new curricula for students interested in helping to solve the growing problem of plastic waste. more
KDHE has issued a boil water advisory for a portion of the Neosho County Rural Water District 12 public water supply system. The area affected includes households north of Hwy 39 and east of Brown Road.  more
With drought conditions continuing, K-State Extension Wildcat District is hosting a Drought Discussions event on Monday, Sept. 26, at the Cherryvale Community Center, 712 S. Liberty St. more
Pastor Fursan Zumot, one of ten people from around the world who are involved in peacemaking work and scheduled to visit the United States this fall as part of the Presbyterian Peacemaking Program’s International Peacemakers program, will be making a stop in Pittsburg in early October.  more
Pittsburg Meals on Wheels, Inc. is planning a celebration of half a century of serving the local community. The 50-year anniversary celebration is set for early October.  more
An Augusta, Kansas man was found dead on a hiking trail near Elk City in Montgomery County on Saturday, but authorities do not suspect foul play in his death. more
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