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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Already serving residents and students in Girard as well as Arma, the Crawford County Mental Health’s Mobile Same Day Access Mobile Unit made a stop at the Pittsburg … more
Ceremony held for Quincy St. opening
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — It’s official ― after nearly two years of being closed due to reconstruction, East Quincy Street is open to the public once again.    During the … more
Second time was not the charm
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Dan Muter of the newly formed SEK Highway 69 Strategic Alliance has been making the rounds to local governments urging them to support improvement and expansion of the current … more
KDOT seeking input for new 69 study
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — The Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) held a series of workshops at the Pittsburg Public Library on Wednesday morning. Each workshop focused on a specific group of … more
Four Oaks mini golf open for business
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Green thumbs at work
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Members of Pittsburg Beautiful planted flowers in the urns that line downtown Broadway, Tuesday. more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — In the May 4th edition of the Morning Sun, it was reported that Cherokee resident Glen Peak approached the county commission over concerns about the sale of solar energy to … more
ARMA, Kan. — The Northeast USD 246 Board of Education covered a multitude of topics at its monthly meeting on Monday from eighth-grade promotion to state assessments.     … more
CHPPGP to expand to Pittsburg
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Comprehensive Health of Planned Parenthood Great Plains (CHPPGP) announced on Tuesday that it plans on opening a new health center in Pittsburg. The organization said the move … more
Getting ready for the Farm Show
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SparkWheel hosts ‘Hispanic Family Night’
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Area agencies and businesses connected with Crawford County’s growing Hispanic community at special event on Friday evening in Pittsburg’s Schlanger Park. Hispanic … more
West Mineral Mining History
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FRANKLIN, Kan. — The Miners’ Hall Museum is featuring a special program on Sunday, May 19, in conjunction with this quarter’s exhibit featuring West Mineral’s history as a … more
VetLinks creates two PSU scholarships
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — With the academic year winding down and commencements scheduled across southeast Kansas, schools are holding their annual awards banquets to honor their outgoing seniors and … more
Thousands of Kansas children have lost their health insurance coverage following the post- pandemic, state-wide renewal process known as “unwinding,” following the end of the COVID- 19 … more
Pittsburg Beautiful announces May winners
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Pittsburg Beautiful is pleased to announce its May awards. The homes are Nancy Wimmer, 814 W. Euclid, Ruth Coomer, 2303 California St., and Saint Peter's Episcopal … more
Rise and shine, it’s baking time
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — On the night of Monday, April 8, an unidentified female thief made her way to the corner of N. Broadway and W. 10th St., stealing a family heirloom from The Corner … more
Eclectic docket for county on Friday
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GIRARD, Kan. — Heather Spaur, executive director of Crawford County Mental Health Center (CCMHC) and Dr. Jeffrey Burch briefed the county commissioners on the new Behavioral Justice Department … more
New officers
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Pittsburg State University commencement exercises include a number of program-specific events, including the ROTC Commissioning ceremony. Four cadets were commissioned as 2nd Lieutenants in a ceremony held Friday in the PSU Veterans Memorial, before the university’s commencement exercises later in the day. more
PHS artist honored with Capitol showing
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Each year, members of Congress conduct an art competition from within their districts and display the winning pieces in the U.S. Capitol. This year, Kansas Representative Jake … more
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