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‘A Morning in Nursing’
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — A new event is making its way to the J.J. Richards Band Shell in Lincoln Park on Saturday, a day-long music and arts festival hosted by Devil Damnit Promotions, H2E Festivals, … more
Gorilla Rising is rising
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Pittsburg State Vice President of Finance and Facilities Doug Ball met with the Economic Development Advisory Council (EDAC) Wednesday morning to discuss the future of the … more
NAC continues to build neighborhood map
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — With results from the online survey, the Neighborhood Advisory Council (NAC) reviewed and discussed some of the suggestions made. While most respondents noted they either … more
Girard expands fireworks ordinance
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GIRARD, Kan. — The Girard City Council met Monday and approved a new ordinance that amends the city’s ordinance regarding the sale of fireworks.   “Currently, the city … more
Wacky Wednesdays returns to CCHM
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GIRARD, Kan. — It all started the day before graduating from Kansas State University. On that day, Jesse Gilmore received his job as a horticulture agent from K-State Research and Extension … more
Papers document historic day
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It was an unseasonably cool summer morning in Pittsburg, with clear skies, when the Sun brought the first news of the Allied invasion of Normandy to the citizens’ doorsteps. more
Girard Council discusses lead pipe survey
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GIRARD, Kan. — The City of Girard is about to take a closer look at water lines. At their regular meeting, Tuesday, the City Council heard from Girard Public Works Director Jackie Messer, who … more
‘Adventure Begins at Your Library’
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Arma Council talks pool leak, police reports
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ARMA, Kan. — The Arma City Council’s Monday meeting focused on pool updates, zoning modifications, and police department reports, while also preparing for the 2025 budget.    … more
CFSEK General Fund Grant applications open
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — The Community Foundation of Southeast Kansas’ (CFSEK) General Fund Grant application is now open for organizations across Crawford County and the southeast Kansas … more
Girard FFA claims ‘Triple Crown’
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GIRARD, Kan. — The Girard High School’s Future Farmers of America (FFA) chapter received the prestigious “Triple Crown” award at the final session of the 96th Kansas FFA … more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — Spurred by the recent announcement of a Planned Parenthood clinic to open in Pittsburg soon, pro-life supports from all around southeast Kansas and the Four States gathered at … more
Mayor visits Rev War exhibit at CCHM
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Good Ole Days going strong in Ft. Scott
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GOP dinner features candidate forum
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Area Republicans gathered at Memorial Auditorium Saturday night for their annual Spring Dinner. With 2024 being an election year, this year’s dinner featured three … more
The oldest section of the steam tunnel system beneath Pittsburg State University's main campus is slated for replacement, with an engineering firm hired to design a plan for bidding later this year. more
Arcadia reunion a ‘huge success’
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ARCADIA, Kan. — Even though Arcadia High School closed its doors at the end of the   1965-66 school year, the annual alumni banquet is still being held on Memorial Weekend every year … more
Girard man dies in car crash
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CRAWFORD COUNTY, Kan. — A Girard man was killed, Wednesday, when his motorcycle collided with a deer, according to the Crawford County Sheriff’s Office.    In a release … more
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