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Healthy Kids Day
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As a way to encourage active play and healthy living, the Pittsburg YMCA will be celebrating its 30th year of Healthy Kids Day from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 30. more
A Frontenac man was arrested last week after allegedly burning down a shed in Weir when he dropped a lit cigarette while trying to steal copper wire.  more
Nika Wah She Tunka
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A thousand years ago, a great empire had already flourished for thousands of years right here in the the Four States. more
Gov. Laura Kelly signed off last Friday on new legislative district maps for both the Kansas House and Senate, as well as the US House of Representatives. more
Suspect sought in Cherokee County shooting
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The Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office announced Monday that it was seeking the public’s help in locating 38-year-old Shawn Dale Houston, who is wanted for attempted 2nd degree murder.  more
K-146 resurfacing project to start next week
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KDOT has announced that it expects to start a mill and overlay project next week on K-146, between U.S. 59 and the Neosho-Crawford County line.  more
Poets to read at PSU
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Poets Joshua Davis and Allison Blevins will be reading from their recently published poetry book, Chorus for the Kill, in the Govenor's Room of Pittsburg State University’s Overman Student Center at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 28. more
Kansas Supreme Court Chief Justice Marla Luckert signed an administrative order Friday certifying new judge posts in 13 judicial districts statewide, including one in Crawford County in the 11th Judicial District.  more
Festival of Colors
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Game on! 
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Tabletop gaming — board games, card games and role-playing games — has always had a reputation of being for geeks and nerds. But in recent years, with the popularity of mainstream TV shows like The Big Bang Theory and YouTube channels like Tabletop and Critical Role, tabletop gaming is fast becoming a favorite past-time. And its popularity is growing in Pittsburg.  more
Ask Tim Dawsey what his passion is and he’ll tell you he doesn’t really have one. But listen to him talk about his work at the Kansas Polymer Research Center and you will begin to sense that maybe he does. more
Legacy of Music
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Over the last few years, the non-profit charity organization Creating Legacies Inc. has provided the community with payee services, a free food pantry, and free clothing for families in need. On Tuesday, Creating Legacies announced it would be moving to a larger facility in order to implement its new service of giving music lessons to kids who cannot afford them. more
A Midsummer Night's Dream
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The Midwest Regional Ballet is back again with its latest ballet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, which will run Thursday April 21 through Sunday, April 24.    more
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Backed by a lot support from the community, Pittsburg State University held its 2nd Annual Dance Symposium and Performance, “Transformations,” on Wednesday evening at the Bicknell Family Center for the Arts.   more
Parsons sex offender convicted
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A Parsons man has been convicted on two child sex offenses under the Kansas Jessica’s Law statute, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt’s office announced Thursday.  more
K-State Research and Extension’s Wildcat District Education Foundation has announced it will host an online fundraiser and auction April 20 to 23. more
Catawampus street signs plague city
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At Tuesday’s city commission meeting, Board President Dr. Ron Seglie mentioned an issue of “catawampus” street signs around the city and asked how citizens can report these incidents. more
The Pittsburg City Commission voted this week to move forward with two new infrastructure projects, one at Atkinson Municipal Airport and another at the new Montee Industrial Park site located northwest of the intersection of Atkinson and Free King’s Highway.  more
Rail industry publication Progressive Railroading and RailTrends announced this week that Watco Executive Chairman Rick Webb will be the recipient of their 2022 Railroad Innovator Award. more
Local parolee arrested for attempted murder
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A local man was arrested Tuesday for attempted second degree murder after allegedly shooting at two people Sunday night, the Pittsburg Police Department announced Wednesday.  more
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