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KOAM MORNING NEWS TO KNOW 7-11

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RISE DEVELOPMENT

  • The Pittsburg City Commission voted last night to allow "Rise Redevelopment" to continue with a proposed condo project.  Those condos would be where another building was demolished at 113 West Fifth Street.  Fifth Street Bar & Grill had proposed an outdoor event center in the same space.  Commissioners will next vote on a development agreement with Rise Development.

MIAMI SHOE STORE FIRE

  • One of the oldest businesses in Miami, Oklahoma has been destroyed in a fire after it was burglarized twice this weekend, and recently vandalized.  Authorities are calling the fire at Ander's Shoe Store suspicious because the back door was unlocked.  They believe the arsonist might have used a stolen key to get inside.

IMMIGRANT RE-UNITING DEADLINE

  • The Justice Department missed last night's deadline for returning immigrant children to their parents.  Around half of the detainees under the age of five were reunited with their families Tuesday.  A federal judge in California refused the government's request for more time, instead urging officials to move more quickly.

NEW TARIFFS

  • The trump administration is getting ready to impose new tariffs on Chinese-made goods.  Last night, the white house trade office released a list of over 6,000 products that it wants to slap a 10% surcharge onto.  Beijing has vowed that it will retaliate to any new tariffs.
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  • Labette County Gets a New Public Health Administrator

    Labette County Gets a New Public Health Administrator

    Tuesday, July 17 2018 10:33 PM EDT2018-07-18 02:33:15 GMT

    "According to the county health rankings, Labette County is ranked 101 out of 103 counties in Kansas for health," said Lisa Hoppock. The newest administrator of Public Health of Labette County would rather be number 1 as opposed to 101, but admits it won't be easy. 

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    "According to the county health rankings, Labette County is ranked 101 out of 103 counties in Kansas for health," said Lisa Hoppock. The newest administrator of Public Health of Labette County would rather be number 1 as opposed to 101, but admits it won't be easy. 

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  • Smoke Test of Joplin Sewer Pipes Detects Inflow of Rainwater Causes

    Smoke Test of Joplin Sewer Pipes Detects Inflow of Rainwater Causes

    Tuesday, July 17 2018 7:02 PM EDT2018-07-17 23:02:47 GMT

      A smoke test  was conducted on a three miles section of the  city’s sanitary sewer system will indicate defects allowing rainwater into treatment plant. 

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      A smoke test  was conducted on a three miles section of the  city’s sanitary sewer system will indicate defects allowing rainwater into treatment plant. 

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  • Anderson Announces Three Signees for PSU Men's Basketball

    Anderson Announces Three Signees for PSU Men's Basketball

    Tuesday, July 17 2018 6:56 PM EDT2018-07-17 22:56:58 GMT

    The 2018-2019 Pit State signing class is now up to seven players, including three high school players and four transfers. 

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    The 2018-2019 Pit State signing class is now up to seven players, including three high school players and four transfers. 

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