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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church has announced it will host an event next month, “Pro-Life Pittsburg Day of Action,” featuring two of the stars of the … more
The dedication of a recreated and renovated 132-year-old memorial in the McCune Cemetery will be held next Monday, May 30.   more
CIS to host golf tournament fundraiser 
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Communities In Schools of Mid-America is hosting its annual Golf Tournament for the eighth year in Pittsburg, Kansas. On Friday, June 24, teams of four players will have a … more
A rural Baxter Springs man is facing felony meth distribution related charges following a traffic stop Sunday night.   more
Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church has announced it will host an event next month, “Pro-Life Pittsburg Day of Action,” featuring two of the stars of the television show Duck Dynasty.  more
'Forever the Free State'
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Despite some light rain showers, individuals of all ages and genders gathered together at the Prichett Pavillon on Saturday for the Vote No on August 2 Rally. more
The annual tradition of a weeklong series of free concerts continues this summer with the Pittsburg Festival of the Arts, planned for Monday June 13 through Saturday, June 18 in unique venues throughout Pittsburg that lend themselves to the groups and styles of music being played.    more
Coffeyville man arrested for murder
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A man has been arrested for murder following an investigation by the KBI, the Coffeyville Police Department, and the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office.   more
GOP candidates for AG debate in Pittsburg
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State Sen. Kellie Warren (11th District), former federal prosecutor Tony Mattivi, and former Kansas Secretary of State Chris Kobach met at Pittsburg’s Memorial Auditorium to present their cases to voters in the upcoming elections. more
New organization SEKWIN announced
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A new group, Southeast Kansas Women’s Intersectional Network (SEKWIN), which describes itself as “a local, grassroots organization focused on empowering marginalized people to gain full participation in mainstream society,” has announced its official launch as of last week.   more
Gene Bicknell, the former Pizza Hut magnate with ties to Pittsburg who has been involved in a long-running legal dispute with the State of Kansas over a multi-million-dollar tax bill, has won his appeal following a Kansas Supreme Court decision announced Friday.  more
Chamber hosts annual banquet
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The Pittsburg Area Chamber of Commerce held its 2022 Annual Banquet on Thursday evening at PSU’s Overman Student Center, presenting a variety of awards to community members and highlighting local economic growth over the past year.  more
Ballet Spring Showcase [Photo gallery]
Photos from Pittsburg Ballet’s Spring Showcase at Memorial Auditorium on Thursday, May 19. more
Retired officers of the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) met for lunch at Napoli’s Italian Restaurant to discuss the issues in the Ukraine and Baltic states while listening to a presentation from Lt. Col. Maella Blalock, USA (retired).  more
Rone reporting for duty
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Following the retirement of the Pittsburg Police Department K-9, Dexter, in December, Lt. Josh Whitely and Officer Zack Dainty set out to obtain a new officer. more
YMCA dancers ‘Work!’
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To showcase a year of hard work, the dancers of the Y Academy of Dance will display their talents at this year’s recital at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday, May 28 at Memorial Auditorium.  more
In the days following last week’s fatal shooting in Pittsburg, law enforcement officers have been following up on leads and have executed several search warrants related to the shooting incident, leading to five arrests not directly related to the shooting.  more
The Jefferson Highway was one of the earliest automobile highways developed across the country and Pittsburg’s heritage with the route will be celebrated during special community events on Saturday, June 4.  more
Kansans in need of food assistance now have an easier way to find help thanks to a new project supported by the nonprofit Sunflower Foundation.   more
US Senators Jerry Moran (R-Kansas) and Roger Marshall (R-Kansas) recently announced the US Department of Transportation has awarded 23 grants for airport upgrades and repairs throughout the state of Kansas. Two of these grants, totaling $3.5 million, are for southeast Kansas airfields.   more
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