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After a two-year hiatus, the Pittsburg State University School of Construction and the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) Chapter 382 hosted the 13th Block Kids Contest on Saturday at the Kansas Technology Center on the PSU campus. more
As an appreciation for her contribution to the music community, past students and church members of the PittNaz Church gathered to celebrate music instructor Donna Lyerla’s 90th birthday on Saturday, Jan. 21.   more
When Pittsburg native Katie Swezey was growing up, she was convinced she was going to be either an artist or a chef, she said in a recent interview. She joked that it was strange to her that she ended up selling insurance.  more
The Pittsburg Police Department recently joined other Kansas agencies in an effort to improve public safety with access to next-generation 911 services. This partnership allows improved location services that include more accurate longitude/latitude, What3Words and state-wide GIS map integration, as well as 911 texting.  more
Two people were taken to the hospital for treatment of minor injuries Friday evening following a rear-end collision at the intersection of 20th Street and Highway 69.  more
Ascension Via Christi Hospital in Pittsburg announced Friday that it will soon become a Dispensary of Hope site. Dispensary of Hope is a pharmaceutical program that delivers critical medicine, at little to no cost, to the people who need it the most but can’t afford it, Ascension said in a press release.  more
South 210th Street, between Atkinson Road in Pittsburg and McKay Street in Frontenac, was closed on Thursday afternoon for several hours. more
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) announced Friday that it has issued an emergency suspension order for a Fort Scott day care facility due to alleged health and safety violations.  more
When Monica LaForte, one of the Pittsburg Area Chamber of Commerce’s Women of Distinction for 2023, immigrated to Girard as an exchange student from Peru in 1985, she could read and write in English, but had difficulty speaking the language.   more
On Friday, parents and select community members were invited to become citizens in Lakeside Elementary’s 8th annual Just Imagine Kansas, a day when fourth grade students see what it takes to run a state for a day.   more
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