It’s the weekend and let’s resume life as we knew it pre-March 2020. COVID-19 has pushed our world upside down. We know are much more cautious and try to sort through the mountains of
American resolve prevails and the Manhattan’s Light display marking 9/11 back on. Last week it was announced that the National September 11 Memorial & Museum canceled the Tribute in Light due to concerns that
The Storehouse in Pittsburg is hosting a “gently used” shoe giveaway tomorrow, August 22 from 9a – 12pm. If you’d like to browse through the store please make an appointment. The Storehouse is located
Every year, August 21 is National Senior Citizens Day. On this great day, we honor senior citizens and raises awareness about the issues seniors face. You can celebrate this holiday by spending time with
With school districts starting at different times, and with the possible modification of school schedules due to COVID-19 precautions, drivers are urged to be extra vigilant as students begin returning to class. Motorists are
We want to help keep your child safe at school we found some suggestions that will help ensure they are safe on their way to and from school and while at school.
Keep your pets safe. Remember the 7-second rule. If placing your palm on concrete or asphalt is too hot for you after 7 seconds, it’s way too hot for your pup to walk on.
Elvis was only 42 years old when he passed away on August 16, 1977. Elvis’s influence on country music was recognized in 1998 when he entered the Country Music Hall of Fame. We found
President Donald Trump, younger brother Robert Trump, died Saturday night in a New York hospital, the White House said in a statement. He was 71. “It is with heavy heart I share that my
Simply stated at the time Kansas Department of Revenue levied hefty taxes against Gene Bicknell it seems there was a misunderstanding as to Bicknell’s residence. There has to be a simple solution to this