Wednesday, August 27, 2014
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Workers have begun to scrape the downtown Coca-Cola mural and prepare it for restoration. + continue reading
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
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By Susan Taft Special to The Gazette    Camp County deputies spent the early morning hours of Aug. 17 investigating burglaries. They responded to a theft call later that day. “The first call came in at 1:35 that morning, at a residence on County Road 2320,”... + continue reading
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By Cory Smith cory@campcountynow.com   The construction projects that are ongoing across the district continue to make satisfactory progress, according to Charlie Price, President of Compass Builders. “We are moving along, we’ve got down to the ground on several... + continue reading
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By Debb ie Knox dknox@campcountynow.com   In a special meeting Tuesday morning, commissioners unanimously set the proposed tax rate at .4910. Commissioners are expected to approve the proposed rate of .4910 on Monday, Sept. 8, 8:30 in the county courtroom. A public hearing... + continue reading
Tuesday, August 19, 2014
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By Marlene J. Bohr mbohr@steelcountrybee.com   The board of trustees for Northeast Texas Community College approved an election for Nov. 4 asking for a 3.6 cent tax increase. The motion passed with a 6 to 1 vote; the election is planned for Nov. 4.  Board member... + continue reading

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The Camp County 4-H Club is getting ready to begin another year, the club’s first meeting will be Sept. 8 at 6:30 p.m. in the Aubrey E. Pilgrim Ag Building, located beside the Pittsburg ISD Central Office on Broach Street. Anyone interested in joining 4-H is invited to attend the meeting.... + continue reading
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By Cory Smith cory@campcountynow.com   City officials held a public meeting last Wednesday to discuss plans to apply for a state grant for city sidewalk improvements to help with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance. The city wanted to get feedback from citizens and... + continue reading

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PISD Superintendent Judy Pollan poses with Boy Scout Grady Townsend at the Pirate tailgate party last Thursday night. + continue reading
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Several Pirates try to tackle Elijah Boyd during two-a-day drills last week. To view more pictures from Two-A-Day   purchase the August 14th  edition of The Pittsburg Gazette or go to our online e-edition at: http://www.etypeservices.com/Pittsburg%20GazetteID315/default.aspx + continue reading
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By Cory Smith cory@campcountynow.com   The Camp County Sheriff’s Office received a report on July 22 that thefts had been occurring at a business on Farm-to-Market Road 1519 west in Leesburg.“The complainant discovered that unknown actors had gained access to the... + continue reading
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By : Mike Graham Special to the Gazette   Pittsburg isn’t a team getting a lot of love at the state level, but we believe the still somewhat young Pirates are a real threat... + continue reading

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This weeks question on Mainstreet was: What is the greatest accomplishment of your life? To find out who answered the question and what their response was you can purchase the September 4th... + continue reading

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Mr. and Mrs. Donald Weth of San Antonio are pleased to announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Kelli, to Mark MacBeath, son of Dr. and Mrs. Blair MacBeath. The... + continue reading