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Sewing class held at Arma City Library
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ARMA, Kan. — Some serious sewing is going on in Arma.   On Monday, Arma City Library Director Brenda Banks told Arma City Council members about the library’s beginner sewing … more
SOKS State Powerlifting held in Pittsburg
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Special Olympics Kansas (SOKS) hosted its second-ever state-level competition in Pittsburg on Friday with more than 70 Special Olympians from across the state gathered at … more
Local impact of global outage
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CRAWFORD COUNTY, Kan. — Much of the world woke up Friday morning and found they were unable to access bank accounts, flight reservations, and other amenities online. A global tech outage, … more
PCT presents ‘South Pacific’
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Set on a fictional island in the Solomons during World War II, “South Pacific” centers around the budding relationship between a young naive nurse from … more
Kelly announces CCLIP recipients
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TOPEKA, Kan. — Governor Laura Kelly announced Wednesday that a combined $26 million is being awarded to 33 projects to improve intersections and roads in cities across the state that have been … more
A colorful kind of day
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SEKAA to hold adoption event during weekend
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — SEK Animal Advocates, a non-profit organization based out of Arma, is teaming up with Petsense Pittsburg to hold an adoption event for cats this weekend.    … more
Can you dig it?
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MCCUNE, Kan. — According to t he Kansas Healthy Food Initiative, more than 750,000 Kansans did not have access to healthy food within a reasonable distance of their home in 2023. Approximately … more
Planting fruitful thoughts
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GIRARD, Kan. — Growing up, my grandfather built a garden of tomatoes, asparagus, and lettuce. However, he had one heck of a time getting his watermelon just right for the season as he became as … more
GIRARD, Kan. — Several crosswalks around the city of Girard will soon receive a new, eye-catching look courtesy of Main Street Girard following Monday’s council meeting.    … more
A new speakeasy possible in Pittsburg
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — The dynamic duo behind Blue Spoon, LLC, Brenda Davis and Christina Oberle, presented a concept for a new community hotspot to the Economic Development Advisory Council on … more
SOKS hosts SE Adult Regional Bowling
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — The Special Olympics Kansas (SOKS) Southeast Region held its Southeast Adult Regional Bowling tournament on Tuesday, bringing hundreds of athletes and volunteers to the lanes … more
Arma Council talks pickleball courts
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ARMA, Kan. — The Northeast School District will soon be expanding its pickleball court in response to the growth of the sport of pickleball in Arma following a discussion at Monday’s … more
MHM announces ‘Game Day’ cancellation
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Franklin, Kan. — The Miners’ Hall Museum regrets to announce the cancellation of "Game Day” this Sunday, July 21, due to scheduling conflicts. The museum still invites visitors … more
Local dojo competes in Sunflower State Games
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TOPEKA, Kan. — Students from the Genbu-Kai karate dojo in Pittsburg participated in the Sunflower State Games in Topeka over the weekend, capturing several top honors. Austin … more
Frontenac begins budget process
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FRONTENAC, Kan. — The Frontenac City Council began their annual budget process last night and some hard decisions lay ahead. In recent weeks, the city has seen a boon in its fortunes with … more
Ace Hardware celebrates 100th anniversary
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GIRARD, Kan. — Cronister Ace Hardware in Girard hosted a celebration at the end of June to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Ace Hardware, the worldwide hardware retail cooperative.   … more
‘If you know it, sing it’
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Autumn Leaves
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ARCADIA, Kan. — Hot dogs, brats, hamburgers, watermelon and seasonal sides and yummy desserts were served to 14 people at the July Autumn Leaves Luncheon.   The flag salute and … more
Jack’d up!
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