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"Now if Governor Stubbs really means business we say come in. Crawford County will look to him just about like Bunker Hill did to the British." more
Spaur hits ground running at CCMH 
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Since Heather Spaur has taken over as executive director of the Crawford County Mental Health Center, she has been overseeing a massive expansion of services to the community.   more
Local company U.S. Awards has announced the purchase of the assets of DonnPaul Graphix, located in Grain Valley, Missouri, a suburb of Kansas City. more
Weir native makes a new life in Japan
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Born and raised in southeast Kansas, Jim Rion found a new life in Japan as a freelance writer and translator for the local tourism industry in Yamaguchi, writing about the local sake industry, Japanese culture, and travel. more
Our Lady of Guadalupe
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Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church Hispanic Ministry will be holding its annual day of giving thanks and praise for Our Lady of Guadalupe on Sunday, Dec. 11 and Monday, Dec. 12.   more
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The Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) announced Thursday that it planned to open the new Labette Creek bridge on U.S. 59/U.S. 160 by the end of the day.  more
Community Health Center of Southeast Kansas (CHCSEK) is making it easy for women to maximize their health insurance benefits by getting an annual mammogram before the end of the year.   more
Visions of sugar plums
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For its very first holiday production, BTC Athletic and Dance will be presenting “’Twas the Night Before Christmas” at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 17 at Memorial Auditorium.   more
County renews ROZ authorization 
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The Crawford County Commission renewed the county’s commitment to the Rural Opportunity Zone (ROZ) Student Loan Repayment Program during Tuesday morning’s regular meeting.  more
On Wednesday, the Economic Development Advisory Committee met again with representatives of DVLP, a hometown development group renovating three downtown properties. The EDAC granted conditional approval for the request provided DVLP produced the names, business numbers and other necessary information about each LLC. No recommendation to the city commission will be made until these conditions are met.  more
CFSEK breaks Match Day record 
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The Community Foundation of Southeast Kansas (CFSEK) hosted its seventh annual Match Day event Tuesday, Nov. 29. CFSEK hosts Match Day each year to join in the celebration of generosity on Giving Tuesday, a national day dedicated to giving and philanthropy.  more
PSU social work students present projects
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Students in the Pittsburg State University Social Work Program presented the final results of their individual projects during the PSU Social Work Program Community Project Showcase on Wednesday afternoon.  more
One injured in crash east of Pittsburg 
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Just after 4 p.m. Tuesday afternoon, law enforcement responded to a two-vehicle accident east of Pittsburg at the intersection of South 260th Street and East 530th Avenue.  more
Getting creative for Christmas
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After being dormant for a few years, Pittsburg State University art students have resurrected their art club, and this week they are selling handmade items to raise funds.   more
The Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office announced Wednesday that John Wesley Potter, 34, of Riverton, has been sentenced to 30 months in prison in Cherokee County District Court.  more
Crawford County Mental Health Center’s governing board announced Tuesday that it has established an advisory board “to incorporate meaningful participation of clients, family members, advocates, and passionate community members.” The advisory board was created as part of a $4 million CCBHC grant through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).   more
All Aboard!
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Despite the fog and rain, over 250 area first graders and teachers from Pittsburg Community Schools and Saint Mary’s-Colgan met Santa Claus and a pair of his elves for a ride on his private train on Tuesday morning. The annual event is made possible by Watco Industries’ Southern Kansas and Oklahoma Railroad (SKOL) and volunteers from Heart of the Heartlands.  more
Frontenac council discusses infrastructure 
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Monday night’s Frontenac City Council meeting concentrated on upcoming and ongoing infrastructure projects. In his report to the council, City Administrator John Zafuta said the city’s finances are in good shape as revenues are up and expenses are down, leaving the city with an additional $1 million in revenue for the year.   more
PHS to host Breakfast with Santa
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As a special treat for children, Pittsburg High School Theatre students will be hosting Breakfast with Santa at 9 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 10, at Pittsburg High School, 1978 E. 4th St. The event is free and open to the public with no tickets or reservations required.  more
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