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Pittsburg State professor brings podcasting to the classroom, earns national credit as podcaster in his own right

A Pittsburg State University faculty member’s podcast success and his experience as an educator drove him to develop what may be Kansas’ first collegiate course in podcasting. But in addition to inspiring students to the point of earning recognition beyond Pittsburg, he’s done so himself. Trent Kling, who co-hosts and produces a weekly retail podcast with his brother Layton, has been invited to California to cover&nbsp…

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Paint the Town Red Event allows town, campus to make colorful impression

From one end of the town to another, crimson and gold and a lot of gorillas will begin popping up in coming days. It signifies businesses and organizations are gearing up for an annual tradition that’s garnered national attention: Paint the Town Red. Pittsburg State University’s Office of Alumni & Constituent Relations joined with the Pittsburg Area Chamber of Commerce in 2006 to initiate Paint the Town Red, and it’s grown…

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GRDA, Mayes County FDs continue Texas rescue efforts

A Mayes County contingent of rescue workers, including officers from the Grand River Dam Authority Police Department, along with firemen from Locust Grove, Pryor and Adair and personnel with Mayes County Emergency Management, were continuing their water rescue efforts in the Houston area on Thursday. According to reports from GRDA Police, they have made at least 30 rescues in the Memorial City area, including animals (a bird, a rabbit, 6 dogs and 4 cats), since they first began their…