Topeka High School Junior Marine ROTC members will again travel to Pittsburg to participate in Memorial Day activities, scheduled at 2:30 p.m. May 27 at the Veterans Memorial Amphitheater, Pittsburg State University.
Carrington Place held a special picnic and reception Friday to honor residents and a staff member who all served their country in the military.
Bonnie Grossnickle, Erie, has been doing some research, gathering statistics for the speech she will make Saturday as honorary chairman for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s.
However, she knows the disease from a much more personal standpoint.
Kansans have always worked, and Virgil W. Dean, Lawrence, will explore that theme in a free public talk titled “The Way We Worked in Kansas” at 7 p.m. Friday at the Arma City Library.
The program is being presented in conjunction with the Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibit “The Way We Worked,” on view through June 23 at the Miners Hall Museum, Franklin.
It took a lot of work by a lot of people to prepare for “The Way We Worked” exhibit at the Miners Hall Museum, Franklin. It’s also taking a lot of volunteers to help during the exhibit.
Susan Laushman may put in five days a week, plus quite a few evenings, in her work as Pittsburg High School vocal music instructor, but that’s far from the whole story.
Art and history go hand in hand, especially for artists Holly Boyd-Martinez and her husband, Antonio Martinez, Phoenix, Ariz.
When the couple returned to visit her family in Afton, Okla., her brother, Jordan Boyd, Miners Hall Museum intern, couldn’t resist driving them to Franklin to show off the museum.
Austin Egbert, Girard High School senior, has brought honor on himself and his school.
He is the first GHS student to achieve an ACT top composite score of 36, the highest possible score.
Every life, and every day of life, is a cause of celebration for Sister Ann Meyer, CSJ.
She recently celebrated her 55th anniversary as a nun with the Sisters of St. Joseph of Wichita, and is the last member of the order currently working in Pittsburg.
Members of the Pittsburg Community Middle School and Pittsburg High School Technology Student Association chapters participated in the 2013 Kansas TSA State Conference, held March 28-30 in Salina.