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Every summer since 2016, the Girard Public Library has provided a Summer Meal Program for the youth in the community. more
Kansas Lions Convention
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Pittsburg Lions Club President Lori Horton speaks at an event Thursday evening at Memorial Auditorium to kick off the 100th Annual Kansas State Lions Convention . The convention continues through … more
Honoring Samantha Milburn
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To honor the memory of her daughter Samantha Milburn, also known as Sami, Deborah Russell with the help of others will be hosting the 3rd Annual Sami’s Legacy 5D Barrel Race at the Civil War Arena in Carthage, Missouri. more
The 2022 Jefferson Highway Association Conference got underway in Pittsburg on Wednesday, and while much of the four-day event is open only to registered conference attendees, there are also some public activities planned for this weekend.  more
Watch out for blue-green algae 
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Soon we will be experiencing warmer weather, and as the weather starts to warm up it is important to be on the lookout for toxic Blue-green algae in ponds. Blue-green algae can occur in a pond … more
Meals on Wheels delivers 
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — During the month of May 2022, 704 meals were delivered to the elderly and disabled in Pittsburg. Ascension Via Christi Hospital Nutritional Services prepares the meals. … more
GIRARD, Kan. — The Girard Medical Center has a new Primary Care Physician, Dakota Bunch, MD, at the Arma and Cherokee clinic locations. Dr. Bunch will begin seeing patients at these clinic … more
The City of Pittsburg announced on Facebook on Wednesday that the Kansas Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Programs (KSMNP) is now available for seniors in the area.  more
On Saturday, Cherokee County sheriff's deputies responded to a reported dispute, which had occurred at a home outside of Baxter Springs.  more
Watch out for blue-green algae
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Soon we will be experiencing warmer weather, and as the weather starts to warm up it is important to be on the lookout for toxic Blue-green algae in ponds. more
Republican gubernatorial candidate and Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt has announced the selection of Katie Sawyer, a former staffer for U.S. Sen. Roger Marshall with ties to Pittsburg, as his running mate in the governor’s race.  more
Crawford County Courthouse turns 100 
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In February of 1868, Dr. Charles H. Strong mounted his horse, Bob, and set out hunting for game and a place to build a courthouse in the newly created Crawford County. more
An exhibit of 14 photos taken at Auschwitz will open June 1 and run through June 30 at the Bicknell Family Center for the Arts at Pittsburg State University, 1711 S. Homer.   more
The Pittsburg Area Chamber has announced it is joining forces with the Chamber of Commerce Executives of Kansas (CCEKS) and Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Kansas on a new initiative called Chamber Blue of Kansas. more
United Way of Southwest Missouri and Southeast Kansas is partnering with the Pittsburg Family YMCA and Craw-Kan to support childhood literacy and encourage summer reading by providing free books for children during the Read, White, and Blue Children’s Book Fair from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, June 4 at the Pittsburg Family YMCA.   more
SEK Humane Society to offer microchip clinic
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The SEK Humane Society announced Tuesday that it will be having its first microchip clinic for cats and dogs from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday, June 12.   more
Traffic lights down
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Two traffic lights at the corner of 29th and Broadway in Pittsburg were damaged Tuesday morning, possibly by a semi truck , although exactly what happened was not immediately clear. The Pittsburg … more
A Game of Roads
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A dispute between Pittsburg and Frontenac over a road paving project on the border between the two cities escalated again Tuesday, with Frontenac Mayor David Fornelli returning to the county commission to denounce Pittsburg’s handling of the situation after making a similar appearance in April, and also recently writing a letter to Pittsburg city commissioners.  more
Photos from the YMCA Academy of Dance's performance of "WORK" at Memorial Auditorium in Pittsburg on Saturday, May 28. more
Three injured in ATV crash north of Arma
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Three Mulberry residents were seriously injured when the driver of the ATV they were riding lost control of the vehicle and it overturned just north of Arma on Saturday night.  more
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