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Pittsburg-Main | 3011 N. Michigan
Pittsburg-Dental | 924 N. Broadway
Iola | 1408 East St.
Baxter Springs | 2990 Military Ave.
Coffeyville | 801 W. 8th St.
Parsons | 2100 Commerce Dr.
The Pittsburg area is comprised of Arma, Cherokee, Franklin, Frontenac, and Pittsburg, located in the southeast corner of Kansas. Often considered the “Gateway to the Ozarks," thanks to our landscape of rolling prairie and filled with beautiful trees that change color with each season, the Pittsburg area enjoys a mild, four-season climate. Perhaps one of the greatest attributes of the Pittsburg area is its close proximity to several of the country’s booming trade areas, including Kansas City, Tulsa, Wichita and Springfield, Missouri. These and many other cultural and shopping destinations are easily within a 1-hour 45-minute drive from the Pittsburg area. This location makes the Pittsburg area a perfect place to locate your family or business.
Located in Allen County, Kansas at the US 54 Hwy. and US 169 Hwy. junction, Iola provides a number of opportunities for its citizens. The city is known for the rich community life and deep traditions created by its friendly residents. Iola has one of the largest town squares west of the Mississippi. Population approximately 5704 in the year 2010.
Along with a beautiful town square, Iola boasts of modern, affordable housing, a nearby county airport, a community college, five public parks, including a brand new zero-entry swimming pool facility at it's largest park, Riverside Park. The Recreation Department sponsors various year-round activities to fulfill the needs of citizens of all ages.
On historic US 66 highway, Baxter Springs is a hot spot of activity. Fishing and camping on Spring River, upland hunting, a motor cross track, and nine-hole golf course are a few of the vibrant activities available in Baxter Springs. Other nearby area attractions include the 2nd largest electric mining shovel called Big Brutus, the Carona Train Depot, and the Mined Wildlife Area. Visitors and residents give the Little League Museum, showcasing memorabilia of local sports heroes, and the Heritage Museum, detailing the city's vast history, glowing reviews. Parents rave about the superior education students receive at the Baxter Springs school district. Many respectable community colleges and up-standing four-year universities are within driving distance of Baxter Springs. Accentuated with an authentic history, entertaining activities, hospitable residents, and endless opportunities, the greatest journey you'll ever make begins and ends in Baxter Springs, Kansas!
Coffeyville is a city in southeastern Montgomery County, Kansas, United States, located along the Verdigris River. Coffeyville has a long history as a center of industry and manufacturing. It is also home to John Deere Corporation's Coffeyville Works, which is a major manufacturer of off-road equipment automatic transmissions for the construction, agriculture and mining industries. Acme Foundry is a foundry that has been in operation since 1905 and employs more than 300 people. Taylor Crane & Rigging is a regional hauling operation, full-service industrial mover and craning services company. Other nearby in-county employers include Cessna Aircraft Division of Textron and Spears Manufacturing, a large producer of extruded PVC pipe products. Coffeyville is also home to an Amazon.com fulfillment center.
On June 5, 2006, the National Trust for Historic Preservation named Parsons a 2006 Great American Main Street Award winner for its successful efforts in revitalizing its downtown area through historic preservation. The award was presented during the 2006 National Main Streets Conference in New Orleans. Parsons was one of only five cities receiving the 2006 award.
Parsons is the home of Dwayne's Photo, which became the last processor of K-14 Kodachrome film in the world and was the location of the final frame taken on the final roll of Kodachrome film produced.
The motion picture ZombieGeddon was filmed in Parsons in July 2002.