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Pittsburg man goes out of his way to help homeless

What started as a simple act of kindness Thursday, Sept. 13, ended with a presentation of gifts and thanks for Brandon Stephenson. Stephenson, Pittsburg resident and Taco Bell employee, worked a normal front-counter shift Thursday when a local homeless man walked into the restaurant, changing both their lives from there …

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Local firefighters honor fallen

Five firefighters from Pittsburg traveled to Wichita, Saturday, September 8, to take part in the 2018 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb.   Local firefighters Terry Powell, Matt Stringer, Jacob Silvers, Brian Main, and fire marshal Tom Vacca took part in the climb to honor 343 first responders who lost their lives during …

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How to make your eyeshadows pop 

When it comes to eyeshadows, getting the shadows to have a vivid pop like how they look in a palette does not always happen. When this happens, the shadow can often come off looking ashy or dull. This issue is often something those of darker complexions and undertones face when …

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Pittsburg Makers Market showcases makers’ material 

Local artists got a chance to show off their wares at the Pittsburg Makers Market Saturday, Sept. 8.  The market took place at the Pritchett Pavillion in Immigrant Park on the corner of Broadway and Second. Patrons of the Makers Market visited more than 20 different booths, operated by both …

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Corporate politics are like Kansas weather

Nike has sparked much controversy and media attention with a recent ad campaign reading, “Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything,” superimposed over the face of Colin Kaepernick.  The former 49ers quarterback turned free agent became notorious in 2016 for refusing to stand for the national anthem. The …

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Kickin’ it with autumn boots

As fall slowly emerges to chill the summer air, likewise boots and booties emerge again as well. This fall, as with most falls, boots and booties will dominate the fashion game, though this year expect something new.  This fall season will bring back the often overlooked pointed-toe style. While round …

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How to successfully create a new style

When it comes to fashion, one of the main things is taking chances. This means wearing that outfit you love but feel others may look at you strangely for. Or pairing together two (or three!) patterns you’ve never worn together before. Fashion is constantly growing and changing with it, which …

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Mysterious Pittsburg castle releases ghosts

The Paranormal Science Lab in Carthage hosted two tours for the Graham’s Mystery Castle in Pittsburg Saturday, Sept. 1, at 7 and 10 p.m. Approximately 600 people from Pittsburg and the surrounding areas attended the castle tour and heard real life stories from owners Eric and Carry DeGruson. The castle …

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How to know when to clip your natural curls

When it comes to clipping your ends, depending on your hair type, it may be harder to tell when it’s time to give those ends a good chop. Over my seven-year journey of staying natural, I have come up with an easy three-step process to clipping ends.  The first step …

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Pizza pizazz

Munchy Mary food fighter   It’s time for the food battle you have all waited for. The battle to end all battles. Though, this won’t really be the last battle, that is just something people say for dramatic effect. The battle of the week is Dominos “Dueling Dice” Pizza versus Pizza …

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