Wednesday, May 24, 2017
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By Susan Taft | Special for The Gazette   W. David Abernathy was honored May 13 for his 50 years of service to the Pittsburg Fire Department. He officially responded to his first fire 50 years ago; however, that was far from his first time at a fire scene.  “My father, who was mayor... + continue reading
Wednesday, May 24, 2017
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Camp County native Barbara Smith Conrad, an American operatic mezzo-soprano of international acclaim, died during the morning hours of Monday, May 22, in Manhattan, according to a Facebook post by David Kelso’s Voice Studio. “Barbara was an incredible teacher and friend. She passed on her... + continue reading
Friday, May 19, 2017
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From Staff Reports The Pittsburg Primary School participated in the American Jump Rope for Heart event.  The students jumped rope during their regular physical education time at school.   They raised $2,612.   “I am so proud of the students, we talked about the importance of... + continue reading
Thursday, May 18, 2017
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Twirlers from Pittsburg Junior and High School brought home several trophies as they competed in the fourth annual Bullard High School Twirling Competition recently. The ensemble group of Skyler Brown, Julianna Sewell, Jennifer Rodriquez and Hailey McNatt placed first in the multi-baton twirl... + continue reading
Thursday, May 18, 2017
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By Dannie Oliveaux | publisher@campcountynow.com Kaymon Farmer has created his own personal brand -- K9ology Life Dawg – and asking others, “How do people see me?” The answers he received were event planner, entrepreneur, speaker, writer, and videographer. With K9ology Life Dawg, Farmer is... + continue reading

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Thursday, 05/18/17
AUSTIN -- Pittsburg senior Bradlee Warrick finished eighth place in the Class 4A boys’ shot put with a throw of 49-3 on May 12 at the UIL State Track and Field Championships at the University of Texas. He fouled three of his six attempts. Graham’s Hunter Dooley placed first with a mark of 54-2.25... + continue reading
Wednesday, 05/17/17
From Staff Reports No action was taken by the Pittsburg City Council on the second public hearing held May 8 on the proposed annexation plan of property located at 423 and 431 County Road 2208.  According to City Secretary Victoria Janway, there were no comments from the public at the... + continue reading

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By Dannie Oliveaux | publisher@campcountynow.com LONGVIEW – After mustering 13 hits in a 12-11 loss on May 12, the Pittsburg Lady Pirates could only come up with one hit the next day as the Carthage Lady Bulldogs advanced to the Class 4A Region 2 semifinals with a 9-0 shutout at Pine Tree Field... + continue reading
Wednesday, 10/05/17 - 0 comment(s)
LONGVIEW – The Pittsburg Lady Pirates coming off an opening game loss, bounced back to win two game as they advanced to the Class 4A Region 2 quarterfinals. Pittsburg fell in a close one, 4-3, to Bullard on May 5 at Pine Tree Field, but came back on Saturday for two consecutive wins, 4-2 and 7-0... + continue reading
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By Dannie Oliveaux | publisher@campcountynow.com ATLANTA – Eight boys and four girls from the Pittsburg High track and field team advanced to the Class 4A Region 2 meet after their performances at the 4A area meet at Atlanta High School. The top four finishers advance to the regional meet which... + continue reading

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Thursday, 18/05/17 - 0 comment(s)
AUSTIN -- Pittsburg senior Bradlee Warrick finished eighth place in the Class 4A boys’ shot put with a throw of 49-3 on May 12 at the UIL State Track and Field Championships at the University of... + continue reading

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Friday, 19/05/17 - 0 comment(s)
By Ed Sterling With a mere two weeks remaining until the end of the 85th regular session of the Texas Legislature, lawmakers have not yet finalized a state budget for fiscal years 2018 and 2019.... + continue reading

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Wednesday, 26/04/17 - 0 comment(s)
MOUNT PLEASANT -- Theatre Northeast, the student theatre group of Northeast Texas Community College, will present variety of monologues, scenes, songs, dramatic readings and a short play on-stage in... + continue reading