Socialist Press – Girard’s Appeal to Reason

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Girard in the early 1900s was primarily a quiet home for the well-off, the retired merchants and farmers, and other conservative types of midwestern United States. Quite opposite to the county seat, nearby mining towns were home to working class immigrants immersed in poverty and injustice. The inequality faced by… Read More

Raising Sport Stock at the Farlington Fish Hatchery

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Anglers visiting Crawford State Park are lucky to find a variety of sport fish in Crawford State Fishing Lake to spend an afternoon pursuing. To help ensure healthy numbers of each fish variety, the Farlington Fish Hatchery oversees the production and distribution of 11 fish breeds to Crawford State… Read More

Pittsburg to Host NJCAA Football Championship

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The Crawford County Convention & Visitors Bureau, in partnership with Pittsburg State University, is proud to announce that Pittsburg has been chosen to host the 2018, 2019 and 2020 NJCAA Football National Championship. Read More

A Complete Collection of Beer On Tap

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Downtown Pittsburg’s 5th Street Bar and Grill is home to an incredible selection of local and national beer brands. With 39 to choose from (plus a mystery beer located in the upstairs beer loft), it could take a while to sample every one. Lucky for you, we’ve pulled together a… Read More

Flying the Nest to Crawford County

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No more Friday evenings cheering from the sidelines at our son’s soccer games. No more Saturday afternoons watching our daughter’s dance recitals. Both of our kids left the nest. After a few weeks of missing the sound of their footsteps echoing through the halls and seeing their faces at the… Read More

Restoring a Treasure at the Colonial Fox Theatre

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  “You can tell the world that Pittsburg has one of the finest theatres in [the] Southwest.” That was the Pittsburg Daily Headlight’s introduction to the newly opened Colonial Theatre in March of 1920. By all accounts, the new theatre made a dramatic impact on the local entertainment… Read More

PCT Kicks Off Diverse Season with a Bonus Show

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For the first time in a nearly decade, Pittsburg Community Theatre is offering patrons more choices this year with a fourth show added to the season’s lineup. Not since 2008 has that happened, when PCT produced “Honk,” “Little Shop of Horrors,” “Love Rides the Rails,” and “Dinner With Friends.”… Read More

PCT opens season with show for anyone who has been, or is, a teen

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13: A show about teens, by teens, for teens. Geek. Poser. Jock. Beauty Queen. Wannabe. These are the labels that can last a lifetime. With an unforgettable rock score from Tony Award-winning composer, Jason Robert Brown, (Parade, The Last Five Years, Bridges of Madison County) Pittsburg Community Theatre’s first… Read More