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Autumn Leaves
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ARCADIA, Kan. — The Autumn Leaves monthly luncheon was held at the Arcadia, Kansas Community Center on June 10th with 19 attending. The flag salute and Lord’s Prayer were recited … more
Splash Pad is a refuge
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For Mandy Short and her boys, Jace, 2; Drew, 4; and Tanner 7, the splash pad in Schlanger Park is the perfect way to beat the heat when the temperatures push 100. more
New signs to appear at historic sites
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GIRARD, Kan. — Girard Historical Museum President Terri Harley presented the county commission with a new sign for the courthouse at Friday’s commission meeting. The new signage, and … more
‘620 Day’ is here to stay
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Parent plans local autism support group
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — For local mother Nikki Gallagher, trying to find a support group for autism and special needs became a grueling task.     “So my son, he’s six … more
Wesley House hosts summer celebration
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Wesley House, an outreach ministry of the First United Methodist Church, and the Community Health Center of Southeast Kansas (CHC/SEK) hosted a “Summer … more
It’s ‘crunch time’ for childcare
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GIRARD, Kan. — Earlier this week, Mike Bodensteiner briefed the county commissioners on new federal guidelines concerning funding from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). The Crawford County … more
A porch and action o’plenty
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Nowadays my affairs with the wild tribes are less hair- raising, attended often via an Adirondack chair on my covered back porch. On one side of said porch hangs a bluebird nest box from the local Audubon chapter, and in which, not a bluebird, but a pair of gorgeous golden prothonotary warblers built a leafy nest. more
GIRARD, Kan. — The Girard City Council met Monday and approved two separate Energy Efficiency Grants in the amount of $10,800 and $134,000.    “These are actually two … more
Pittsburg man injured in Wilson Co. crash
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WILSON COUNTY, Kan. — A Pittsburg man suffered serious injuries following a two-vehicle crash late Wednesday afternoon in the western portion of Wilson County.    According to … more
Celebrating ‘620 Day’ in a special way
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PSU's Nature Reach Program hosts kids camp
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Twelve elementary school kids participated in a variety of activities at the PSU Natural History Reserve during the week thanks to the efforts of Pittsburg State University's … more
Investigating the past
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Half-dozen students interested in researching their family history attended a genealogy class at Pittsburg State’s Grubbs Hall on Thursday. Led by PSU history professor … more
Pyle’s Perspective
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — At Monday’s Arma Council meeting, discussions on pool repairs came up once again after council members were informed that the pool’s pump had blown up last … more
GIRARD, Kan. — The Girard Fire Department (GFD) will soon have some new gear for training and to better prepare for emergency situations in the city, following Monday’s Girard City … more
The Geology of Coal Mining 
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FRANKLIN, Kan. — The Miners’ Hall Museum in Franklin is hosting an informative special program on Sunday, June 23, at 2 p.m. In conjunction with the museum’s current quarterly … more
Family history for everyone
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — We all have history, our personal history, our family’s history, our nation’s history, and so on. None of us just appeared in southeast Kansas. Historical … more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — A popular post on The Morning Sun Facebook posed  the question: What new business would you like to come to town? There were so many different responses on what … more
Whacky Wednesday hits the trail at CCHM
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FRANKLIN, Kan. — Miners Hall Museum is proud to announce that it has been established as the fourth official Tourist Information Center for the Jefferson Highway.  The museum will be … more
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