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Toys for Tots Riggs for success 
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Volunteers and staff gathered at Riggs Chiropractic to box up toy donations taken in during business hours on Friday. Riggs Chiropractic has been collecting toys since its opening seven years ago. According to Dr. Kayla Riggs, any patient that brought in a toy on Friday received a free adjustment.  more
Newly released economic reports include some positive signs, but also some less than encouraging indicators at the state and regional levels.  more
Recipe Contest Winner
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Congratulations to our recipe contest winner Debbie Walker!   Walker found this recipe on Pinterest where Dole and Jello companies have advertised their products. She said the first time … more
Santa Paws is coming to town 
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Santa Paws is coming to the Crawford County Historical Museum on Sunday, Dec. 11, from 1 to 4 p.m., where people will have a chance to get a furry family photo for their holiday cards and help support SEK Animal Advocates at the same time.  more
Throughout December, the City of Pittsburg is collaborating with Root Coffeehouse to celebrate and showcase the creativity of its employees — the “City Photogs.”  more
The suspect in the double homicide of two Missouri men in Baxter Springs on Monday has been formally charged with two counts of first-degree murder, one count of attempted first degree murder, and interference with law enforcement.  more
Downtown businesses extend hours for holiday
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The Pittsburg Downtown Advisory board is resurrecting the past by encouraging downtown businesses to stay open later on Thursday evenings throughout the month of December.   more
The Kansas Department of Agriculture has announced the winners of the 2022 KDA Photo Contest. Kreed Curran from Girard won first place in the video category with the video “Clutter Farms Wheat Harvest.”   more
KDOT announces November bids
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The Kansas Department of Transportation has announced the approved bids for state highway construction and maintenance projects, including several in Southeast Kansas. Some of the bids may include multiple projects that have been bundled based on proximity and type of work.  more
PSU honor society recognized for excellence
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The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi — the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines — recently recognized the Pittsburg State University chapter of Phi Kappa Phi as a Circle of Excellence Platinum Chapter, the highest commendation a chapter can receive from the organization.    more
Meals on Wheels reports November deliveries
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During the month of November 2022, 714 meals were delivered to the elderly and disabled in Pittsburg. Ascension Via Christi Hospital Nutritional Services prepares the meals. Special diets are available upon request.   more
Area quilters seek donations
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With winter approaching, there is a growing need for quilts and warm blankets. Many of these are made by the ladies of the Blanket Brigade and the Little Balkans Quilt Guild in Pittsburg, and as temperatures drop, they say, they need your help.  more
“We had a very good day,” said Devin Gorman, executive director of the Community Foundation of Southeast Kansas, about the foundation’s Match Day that coincided with National Giving Tuesday on Nov. 29.  more
Theatre Unplugged
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Four Pittsburg State University communication students’ hard work will come to fruition as they produce one-act plays for public viewing on Friday and Saturday. more
Community cantata to perform Sunday
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After a two-year break due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Arma Community Choir Christmas Cantata will once again be performing at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church this Sunday. more
CHCSEK to host mammogram event  
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Community Health Center of Southeast Kansas (CHCSEK) announced this week that it is making it easy for women to maximize their health insurance benefits before the end of the year by getting an annual mammogram.   more
A native of Hawaii, Johnathan De Soto enrolled as a graduate music student at Pittsburg State University in 2021 without having ever stepped foot on campus.   more
Following the shooting of three men in Baxter Springs on Monday, authorities released additional information Tuesday, including the names of the two killed and one who remains in critical condition.  more
Saint Mary’s gets a face-lift 
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For the past 18 months, workers with Hoefer Custom Stained Glass have been diligently and carefully disassembling, cleaning, rebuilding, and reinstalling the stained-glass windows at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church in Pittsburg.  more
Stories behind the stars 
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A common sight in the windows of American kitchens during World War II was a simple red and white flag sporting a blue star for each member of the household who had been called away to serve. Tragically, a gold star on that simple flag meant that a family member would not be returning home safely to their loved ones.  There were 146 gold stars displayed in Crawford County windows. more
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