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Cypress Bank celebrates 40th anniversary Oct. 25

Dreams became a reality for the founding directors of Cypress Bank when they held an open house at the new location Friday, Jan. 6, 1978. It was then called Cypress Savings and Loan then and located at 336 Greer Blvd. where it stands today. The bank will celebrate its 40th anniversary on Wednesday, Oct. 25 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Pittsburg location.

Bullard Johns was at the helm of the organization being the chairman of the board and Craig Chesley was the president.

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Habitat for Humanity Gala

Attendees enjoying the music, the atmosphere, and the company at the Habitat for Humanity  Gala, held Saturday night, Oct. 14.

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PHS Theater presents “The Mousetrap” on Oct. 24, 26, and 28

Pittsburg High School Theater will be beginning their 2017 - 2018 season with three performances of “The Mousetrap” by Agatha Christie under the direction of Jeffrey Stirl.

Performances will be held on Oct. 24, 26 and 28 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $3 in advance and $5 at the door. The play will be at the Pittsburg High School auditorium.

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NTCC invites community to Campus Dedication event

The community is invited to join Northeast Texas Community College for a Campus Dedication event as it celebrates the completion of a major renovation project. The event will be held Thursday, Oct. 26 on the main campus plaza from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., with remarks at 12:15 p.m. Lunch will be provided and guests are encouraged to explore the campus and check out the many changes implemented over the past two years.

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NTCC Culinary Arts to host public dinner Oct. 26

The Northeast Texas Community College Culinary Arts Program will host a special Thursday Night Dinner on Oct. 26. The dinner will be held at the NTCC Culinary School in historic downtown Pittsburg and is open to the public.

The menu for the evening will include bacon-wrapped stuffed meatloaf with rosemary roasted potatoes and country green beans with yeast rolls and a dessert to be determined.

 

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Luminant, Monticello power plant, to close January 4

Luminant, a subsidiary of Vistra Energy, announced last Friday plans to retire its Monticello Power Plant in Titus County. In total, approximately 1,800 megawatts of power will be taken offline in January 2018.

Vistra Energy president and chief executive officer Curt Morgan said, “For more than 40 years, Monticello employees have generated reliable power for Texans, and we honor and recognize their service. But the market’s unprecedented low power price environment has profoundly impacted its operating revenues and no longer supports continued investment.”

 

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Camp Habitat’s second annual Ruby Slipper Gala is Saturday night

Habitat for Humanity of Camp County volunteers are busy creating an enchanting setting for its fundraiser, the Second Annual Ruby Slipper Gala: ”There’s No Place Like Home!” taking place this Saturday, Oct. 14 from 7 p.m. to midnight at the Douglass Community Center, 408 Terry Street, Pittsburg.

A fan favorite, the local band DoctorDoctor will perform. Several local wineries will be present offering wine tasting and bottle sales. Light canapes, coffee, tea, and soda will be available. Dress is “party casual.”

 

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National Honor Society inducts new members

A mall induction ceremony, Thursday, Sept. 28, in the Pittsburg High School library was held for the newest members of National Honor Society (NHS) that weren’t able to be a part of the original ceremony last spring for various reasons. The inductees are from left to right: Aylinn Ruizz, Max Folden, NHS Sponsor Elizabeth Lawton, Ali Lankford, and Berenice Perez.

 

 

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Members of the robotics

Members of the robotics team stand in a mock-up of the challenge arena for this year’s competition. This year’s Pittsburg Robotics Club officers are left to right, Club President senior, Seth Contreras, Secretary junior Dorian Thompson, Treasurer senior Antonio Torres and their Career and Technology Department instructor April Guzman. Not pictured is the Vice-President of the club, junior Gabriel Gutierrez.

 

 

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Lemarr recognized for 15 years of service

Mayor Shawn Kennington presents Pollice Lt. Matthew Lemarr with a 15 year plaque of service for the Pittsburg Police Department. Lt. Lemarr was hired under police chief Martin Pessink May 15, 2002 as a patrolman. Lt. Lemarr was promoted to lieutenant in September 2008.

 

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