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Language barriers are often difficult to navigate, whether it is in business or just in day to day life, which is why Pittsburg transplant, Claudia Blancett, is offering free sign language classes to the community as a way to assist with barriers for the hearing impaired.   more
Uplink, LLC, a newly formed, locally owned business based in Pittsburg, has announced the purchase of CDL Electric’s Telecommunications Service Division.   more
Ryan Insurance acquires Schroeder Insurance
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Following its recent acquisition of Fox Insurance Agency, Ryan Insurance of Pittsburg has announced the purchase of an additional local insurance company, Schroeder Insurance Agency.  more
Pittsburg native Meryl Carver-Allmond is one of three candidates to fill a vacancy at the Kansas Appellate Court left by the retirement of Judge Anthony Powell.   more
Honey Does celebrates 3 years
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After combating the challenges of starting a business six months before a pandemic, Melissa Weed and the Honey Does team celebrated the company’s three-year anniversary with a ribbon cutting at the Fun Zone Depot on Tuesday evening.   more
During public comments at Tuesday’s Pittsburg City Commission meeting, Tom Westhoff, who lives on Bitner Terrace, addressed the commission about the increased traffic through his neighborhood just southeast of the Quincy and Rouse intersection.  more
Lighting the way
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On Wednesday morning, Limelight Marketing welcomed the public to view their new office space at 111 N. Broadway by hosting a ribbon cutting in conjunction with the Pittsburg Area Chamber of Commerce.  more
The Pittsburg Salvation Army, in partnership with Walmart, hosted the annual corporate Stuff the Bus campaign on Saturday, bringing in over 2,700 school supply items and $703 in monetary donations.   more
Every year since 1947, Arma has celebrated the anniversary of the end of World War II with the official surrender of Japan on Aug. 14, 1945, known as Victory over Japan, or V-J, Day.   more
The KDA late last month released the Kansas Agribusiness Commodity Flow Study, which analyses the movement of crops, livestock, and other agricultural products within Kansas and out of the state. more
Pawprints searches for new facility
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Due to circumstances beyond its control, Pawprints on the Heartland says, the Southeast Kansas non-profit organization is currently seeking a new building so it may continue to perform its low cost spay and neuter services.  more
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Effective as of April 1, 2021, the Truth in Taxation law requires county clerks across the state to mail out notices to each taxpayer informing them from which various sources their property taxes are collected, and the mill rates associated with them. more
Prairie View petitions county for new road 
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Residents of Prairie View Estates, a new housing development 1.5 miles east of Ascension Via Christi Hospital on Centennial Drive, have presented a signed petition to the county commissioners for improvements to the main road leading into the neighborhood.   more
Recently a group of former students with special ties to the community gathered at the Frontenac Senior Center to renew old friendships and relive cherished memories.  more
With road work currently underway on Broadway in downtown Pittsburg and in the area of Quincy and Rouse, the Pittsburg PD is reminding drivers to watch out for workers as they go through both areas.  more
Work on the current KDOT project to reconstruct pavement on U.S. 169 was scheduled to move Monday to the section between Plummer Avenue in Neosho County and Delaware Road in Allen County.  more
CCHS class of ‘54 holds 68th reunion
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Members of the class of 1954 of Crawford Community High School in Cherokee, Kansas, met July 30 for their 68th reunion. more
Each year, the University of Kansas Medical School selects 20 to 25 students from across the state to participate in the Scholars in Rural Health Program, which identifies undergraduate students interested in becoming primary care physicians serving underserved rural areas throughout Kansas. This year, four of those students are from Pittsburg State University.  more
Motors at the museum
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There are some who view cars and motorcycles as simply a form of transportation from one place to another. more
La Dolce Vita
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After having to postpone its yearly gala, which is normally held in January, the Mount Carmel Foundation is set to host the 38th annual event, “La Dolce Vita,” from 6:30 to 11:30 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 27, at Crestwood Country Club.   more
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