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Lieutenant Governor and Secretary of Commerce David Toland visited the Kansas Technology Center (KTC) at Pittsburg State University on Tuesday for the College of Technology’s Company Days, which were set to continue Wednesday.  more
It was hoped that a final decision would be made at Monday evening’s Frontenac City Council meeting on the location of Frontenac’s new library and the project could move forward.  more
The Crawford County Commission on Tuesday lifted a burn ban that had been in place for nearly two months.  more
Our bodies are made for activity, but modern conveniences allow us to be increasingly inactive. Physical inactivity can place our health at risk for many chronic diseases. more
The University of Kansas Medical Center has announced that a federal grant of nearly $9 million will fund a new program, known as KanAWARE, aimed at addressing escalating student behavioral health needs in Southeast Kansas.  more
For decades, women have had to fight to be taken seriously in the workforce, and even now in 2022, within certain job environments, some women still struggle to be respected for what they contribute to the workplace. more
With flu season approaching, the CHCSEK is offering a “drive-thru” flu shot clinic from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 24 at the T.H. Rogers parking lot, 1701 N. Broadway.  more
The 11th Judicial District Nominating Commission will convene at 10 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 22, to interview nominees for the new district magistrate judge position in Crawford County.    more
Local business Down to Earth held their 3rd Annual Handmade Market on Saturday. Over a dozen artists and makers put up booths to sell their items such as plants, dreamcatchers, paintings, crystals, jewelry, bath salts, and much more. For some of the vendors, this was their first time setting up shop, while others had been to every Handmade Market event. more
Short's Trash Service and the SEK Humane Society have announced the return of their 8th Annual Bark In The Park event from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15 at Schlanger Park.  more
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