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ARMA, Kan. — Rescheduled to Tuesday due to a lack of quorum, the Arma City Council met Tuesday night to discuss a variety of topics from grants to water flow issues. One of the topics of … more
Mulberry Homecoming scheduled for Friday
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MULBERRY, Kan. —   A longstanding tradition, rich in history, will continue this weekend in the town of Mulberry. Alumni, family, and friends are expected to gather in the town of … more
County moves forward with comprehensive plan
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GIRARD, Kan. — In a brief meeting on Tuesday, county commissioners discussed a possible survey concerning the construction of a wind farm west of Girard. At issue is who to include in the … more
Work begins on new Frontenac library
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FRONTENAC, Kan. — Demolition began on the old municipal court building on Monday morning. According to the general contractor Tri-State Construction, demo was not to start until Wednesday, but … more
Girard City Council discusses grass issues
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GIRARD, Kan. — Following expressed maintenance concerns, the Girard City Council discussed its issues with upkeep at the Girard City Cemetery as Memorial Day approaches.     … more
Free Fishing Days to be held June 1-2
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CRAWFORD COUNTY, Kan. — Anglers of all ages and ability levels are invited to take part in the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) yearly Free Fishing Weekend on Saturday and Sunday, … more
History rolls through Pittsburg
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When Larry Rainwater was born, Locomotive 2816 was already more than 60 years old and had been retired from regular service for more than 30 years. On Tuesday, the 32-year-old engineer, along with conductor James Sherman, replaced another crew on the steam engine to take it from Pittsburg to its next stop in Heavener, Okla. more
Something for everyone
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Visitors to the 49th annual Four State Farm Show in Pittsburg May 17-19 found a wide variety of exhibits to cater to their interests. From tractors, heavy equipment, mowers and agricultural drones, to tools to repair fences, handcrafted leather, adjustable beds and even pickles, there seemed to be something for everyone. more
GHS, area students graduate
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GIRARD, Kan. — This past weekend, the high schools of Pittsburg, Girard and Frontenac wrapped up a week’s worth of commencement ceremonies in the county, sending hundreds of … more
No more summertime blues
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CRAWFORD COUNTY, Kan. — School’s out for the summer and parents will soon begin to hear the two most dreaded words of the season uttered by their younglings — “I’m … more
Esports team defends their title
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For the second year in a row, the PCMS Dragon Esports team has captured a national championship. Recently, the Dragons defeated a team from Nashville, Tenn., to advance to a championship match against a team from Melissa, Texas, whom they defeated on May 15. more
‘Pitt Chamber Goes for Gold’
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — The Pittsburg Area Chamber of Commerce recapped the year’s achievements and honored volunteers and community members, past and present, at its annual banquet, held in … more
Come one, come all
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GIRARD, Kan. — Friday morning, Crawford County Commissioners passed a moratorium on further wind and solar development in the county in front of a full house. While supporters of the moratorium … more
Girard City Council holds special meeting
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GIRARD, Kan. — The Girard City Council approved a resolution at its special meeting Monday to review Resolution 2024-01 regarding a transportation alternative program application for its … more
Kiddieland to open Friday
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — The city of Pittsburg’s Parks and Recreation Department will open the Kiddieland season once again on Friday, May 17.    From the ever-popular roller … more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — Area Chamber of Commerce President Blake Benson and Pittsburg State Chief Strategy Officer Shawn Naccarato briefed the commissioners on the economic impact of local … more
KDOT asks for public input
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — A day after meeting with business, education, and civic leaders, the Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) hosted a public input session at Memorial Auditorium Thursday … more
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
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