Wednesday, February 3, 2016
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By ELLIS KNOX reporter@campcountynow.com Chief Richard Penn and the Pittsburg Police Department (PPD) hosted members of the Longview Police Special Weapons and Assault Team (SWAT) Instructors for a training seminar for local law enforcement, besides officers from the police department, deputies... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
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By SUSAN TAFT Contributor to The Pittsburg Gazette Markishe Lashun Smith, 38, of Pittsburg, was arrested on Jan. 23 after shots were fired at a woman in a vehicle. The woman was not hurt; however, her vehicle had been struck with bullets several times. “Prior to Deputy Clay Hefner’s... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
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By DEBBIE KNOX Publisher/Editor dnox@campcountynow.com Several local citizens were honored with achievement awards before a full house at the annual Pittsburg-Camp County Chamber awards banquet held last Thursday night at Emmanuel Baptist Church. Coming away with top awards were Gary Bicknell for... + continue reading
Thursday, January 28, 2016
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By DEBBIE KNOX Publisher/Editor dnox@campcountynow.com Before a packed house Saturday night at the Pittsburg High School Auditorium, Ana Salinas walked away as Miss PHS for 2016. She is the daughter of Alejandro and Claudia Salinas. Miss Salinas was also selected Miss Congeniality by the other 11... + continue reading
Thursday, January 28, 2016
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By DAVID WALL Contributor to The Pittsburg Gazette Judah Byars, a Mount Pleasant Troop 101 scout, is currently working on his service project, which is to provide six raised bed gardens that are wheelchair accessible. All of the gardens will be presented to the Pittsburg Nursing Center in... + continue reading

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City of Pittsburg Community Development Coordinator Amanda McCellon recently completed her Texas Main Street New Manager Basic Training in Georgetown. Mrs. McCellon spent two days with the staff of the Texas Main Street Program, and new managers from all over the state, learning about the history... + continue reading
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Feb. 4 The Carpe Diem String Quartet Tickets are available for tonight’s 7:30 performance of The Carpe Diem String Quartet at the Northeast Texas Community College Whatley Performing Arts Center. This string quartet is a boundary-breaking ensemble that includes programming reflecting its... + continue reading

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By SUSAN TAFT Contributor to The Pittsburg Gazette Sixty thousand dollars’ worth of jewelry has been returned to its owner, and Jose Miguel Garcia-Martinez, 19, of Mount Pleasant has been charged with the . “ e jewelrywas reported stolen on Jan. 5. e owners had been out of town for the... + continue reading
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By DEBBIE KNOX Publisher/Editor dnox@campcountynow.com In a time when schools are having di cult times with budget cuts and other dynamics that play in the performance of academics, one of Pittsburg’s schools has been nominated for 2016 National Blue Ribbon honors. Pittsburg Intermediate,... + continue reading
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Cub Scout pack 210 Pittsburg Cub Scout Pack 210 held their annual Pinewood Derby on Saturday, Jan. 16 at the First United Methodist Church. Pinewood Derby cars are made by the cub scouts and their parents from a block of wood and must meet weight requirements to race. e cars are painted and tuned... + continue reading
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The Pirates basketball team won their district game against the Atlanta Rabbits 63 to 39. EJ Hill scored 16 points, Brian Baca and Dejour Hill scored 12 each. This win brings their 15-4A district... + continue reading

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The Civil war had ended and the returning soldiers and leaders of Texas began looking around for a way to jumpstart the Texas economy. Many began looking at all those longhorns that had been breeding... + continue reading

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Adrienne Johns, daughter of Mike and Vicki Johns of Leesburg, graduated from Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches with a bachelor of science degree in nursing with a minor in health... + continue reading