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Gov. Kelly announces $6.5m in grants  
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On Thursday, Gov. Laura Kelly announced that nearly $6.5 million in state grants have been awarded to continue improving services for adult and child crime survivors statewide, including almost $300,000 for Crawford County organizations.  more
The first person to cycle the entire 10,201-mile route of migrating monarch butterflies will make a stop at PSU on Monday, Sept. 26 to share her story. more
FSCC, Commerce Dept. to sign CDL agreement
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With Lt. Gov. David Toland and other state dignitaries on hand, Fort Scott Community College and the Kansas Department of Commerce Workforce AID are expected to sign a major funding agreement next week.   more
Miners Hall to present ‘A Winning Team’
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With the continuation of the Little Balkans Coal Camp – Arma exhibit, Miners Hall Museum will host one of its monthly programs titled “A Winning Team” from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 18. more
County accepts grant for RJA
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The Crawford County Commission accepted a $60,000 grant Tuesday from the Kansas Department of Corrections (KDOC) on behalf of the Restorative Justice Authority (RJA). The grant is payable in installments of $30,000 a year for two years.  more
Legacy of Music set for Saturday
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Music sometimes has the ability to provide comfort that nothing else can compare to, especially for children, which is why a group of individuals and musicians decided to organize a benefit concert at which all the proceeds would be put into a program to provide free music lessons to any child who wishes to learn. more
On Tuesday night, the Pittsburg City Commission held public hearings to discuss setting the mill levy to exceed revenue neutral and approval of the city’s 2023 budget. more
Dr. Michael Davidsson, director of the Business & Economic Research Center and Associate Professor of Economics at Pittsburg State University, delivered his quarterly economic update to the Pittsburg City Commission this week, highlighting employment numbers, housing, sales tax revenues, and household incomes.  more
ArtWalk set for Sept. 23
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After bringing back the Pittsburg ArtWalk as an in-person event this spring for the first time since 2019, ArtWalk organizers are gearing up for their fall event, set for Sept. 23.  more
Wildlife viewing is one of the fastest growing wildlife-related recreation activities in the U.S., and those who live within driving distance of PSU will have opportunities to learn more about it this fall. more
The Crawford County Sheriff's Office announced Wednesday afternoon that it was seeking two suspects allegedly involved in the Aug. 27 theft of vehicles and firearms at Delange Seed near Girard.  more
At approximately 3:18 a.m. Tuesday, the Pittsburg Fire Department responded to a call from the Holiday Inn Express at 4011 Parkview Dr., Pittsburg.  more
PSU student group revives community garden
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One shovelful of soil at a time, a group of PSU students has taken on a project that will help those with food insecurity in Crawford County. more
The EPA has announced it will be offering free residential lead testing as part of a new sitewide assessment at the Cherokee County National Priorities List Superfund Site. more
The Emmett Lecture series continues on Sept. 22 with a presentation by Hyeryung Hwang. more
USD 250 talks strategic planning 
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With the 2022-23 school year underway, USD 250 Superintendent Richard Proffitt said it was time to discuss the need for a long-term strategic plan for the district at Monday night’s school board meeting. more
Lowell Milken Center celebrates 15 years 
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The official Grand Opening — including VIP speeches, a surprise award presentation, and a formal ribbon-cutting ceremony — welcomed 200 guests to a new park and outdoor exhibit space Monday in the heart of the historic downtown district of Fort Scott, Kansas. more
Three people including two teenagers died and two others were injured in a crash about five miles west of Nevada, Missouri, early Monday morning. more
Girard boil water advisory rescinded
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KDHE has rescinded a boil water advisory for the City of Girard public water supply system. more
Constitution Week
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From left, Mary Gilpin and Janie Fletcher of the Oceanus Hopkins Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution receive a proclamation Tuesday from Pittsburg Mayor Cheryl Brooks declaring Sept. 17 through Sept. 23, 2022, as Constitution Week in Pittsburg. Sept. 17 marks the 235th anniversary of the drafting of the U.S. Constitution at the Constitutional Convention in 1787. more
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