A floating boat dock was installed at Bob Sandlin Thursday Nov. 19. The dock was installed at Highway 21 Bridge South in Camp County and is now available for the public to use.
By Holly Mcgonagill
Thanksgiving is the biggest cooking day of the year, and because of this, it is also a day when accidents are frequent; in fact, according to the National Fire Protection Association, Thanksgiving
By Di Duncan
AUSTIN - Governor Greg Abbott today announced a $420 million reimbursement program to cover costs incurred by Texas public schools that purchased Wi-Fi hotspots and/or eLearning devices (such as la
The coronavirus pandemic has laid much of the American economy on its back — but a bright spot made the disaster less crippling than it might have been.
By Brett Wesner
Kaitlon Ruth Barns was arrested by PPD on 11/14 for theft for property over $2,500.
Devon Johnson Girmaldo was arrested by PPD on 11/17 for theft for property over $2,500.
November 13, 2020
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With 14 outs, 15 home runs and a tie for first, Landon Graham put himself a top with a home run off the wall at Globe Life Field.
The Pittsburg Pirates football season has ended after falling to Liberty-Eylau Nov. 6.
By Toni Walker
Riding high following a blowout win over North Lamar the week before, the Pittsburg Pirates welcomed the Spring Hill Panthers to town Oct. 30.
By Toni Walker
The Pittsburg Pirates opened up District 8-4A play against perennial powerhouse Pleasant Grove Oct. 9.
By Toni Walker Special To The Gazette
On Sept. 27, Pittsburg Junior High Cross Country teams traveled to DeKalb for a meet. The boys’ team finished first and the girls finished 2nd.
The Pittsburg Pirates traveled to Addison to take on the Trinity Christian Trojans Sept. 25. The trip did not end in the Pirates favor, as they fell to the Trojans, 18-4.
By Toni Walker
Rural Texans have a lot to say about the lack of broadband service in their communities.
By Capital Highlights By Chris Cobler,
Every year, gardeners choose what vegetable varieties they want to grow. They may just know, research, or just grab whatever’s available.
By On Gardening By David Wall
I’m not exactly sure what we’ll be doing for Thanksgiving this year. Stay home, heat up a small turkey for a few, boil a couple of sweet potatoes, maybe fix just one bowl of cranberry sauce?
By The View From A Farr By Tracy Farr
It is that time of year, time for family, food, football, and fun.
By From My Perspective By Toni Walker
Food and family is the main component of any Thanksgiving gathering, no matter the size.
By Toni Walker
I keep hearing my humans talk about the “Howl-idays.” There is apparently one coming up that involves a big bird of some sort and all other kinds of food.
By Millie The Office Cat
Dr. Dia Hardeman, owner of Dodson Family Chiropractic, donated her services again this year in order to make a generous donation to the First Grade at Pittsburg Primary.
Brookshire Grocery Co.
The Northeast Texas Community College Foundation recently received a $10,500 gift from International Sulphur, Inc.
With the new changes implemented at school for the health of the students and staff, this week’s Looking Back Column will showcase a simpler time.
The Pittsburg Library will be closed Thursday, November 26th-Saturday, November 28th for Thanksgiving. Please return all items through the book drop. You can renew online or call (903)856- 3302.
By Lily Jesmore
Funeral services for Vernon Leon “Sonny” Gunn, 91, of Pittsburg, TX will be at 2:00 p.m., Monday, November 23, 2020 at Erman Smith Funeral Home Chapel with Bro. Clint Davis officiating.
William A. Moss, 91, of Winnsboro, Texas passed away on November 19, 2020 at his home. Mr. Moss was born on November 4, 1929 in Pittsburg to the late John Allen Moss and Myrtle Cheshire Moss.
Billy Junior Jones passed away November 16, 2020 in Pittsburg, Texas at the age of 42. A memorial service is scheduled for a later date.
Mickey Taylor, 68, was born on April 16, 1952 in Pittsburg, Texas to Bruce and Ima Gean Stewart and passed away at his home on November 15, 2020.
December 6, 1924- November 6, 2020
Surrounded by her children, Julia Anne Miller Truitt, 93, left this world Saturday, Nov. 14, 2020. Married on Sept. 1, 1950, she was the wife of the late Charles (Charlie) C. Truitt, Jr.
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Pittsburg, TX 75686