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Topeka Cemetery Provides Special Bird Houses for Songbirds

By associated-press On Mon, 07 Mar 2016 15:31:06

Topeka Cemetery Provides Special Bird Houses for Songbirds

A Topeka cemetery is preparing for an annual influx of purple martin songbirds. The Topeka Capital-Journal reports that the Newcomer Funeral Service Group initiated the project five years ago. President Ren Newcomer happened to see several purple martin houses while out on a bike ride and aske...

 
 

$5K camping package new to 2016 Symphony in the Flint Hills

By associated-press On Mon, 07 Mar 2016 02:48:00

$5K camping package new to 2016 Symphony in the Flint Hills

Well-heeled patrons can sign up for a luxury, weekend-long encampment when the Kansas City Symphony makes its annual journey to the Flint Hills to perform. The Kansas City Star (http://bit.ly/21G6O4J) reports that the "Out of Africa" experience will run $5,000 per couple. Up to 20 15-foot, air-co...

 
 

Warrant for rental property inspection considered in Kansas

By associated-press On Mon, 07 Mar 2016 02:45:23

Warrant for rental property inspection considered in Kansas

The Kansas Legislature is considering a bill that would require cities and counties to obtain a warrant to inspect rental properties. The House Commerce, Labor and Economic Development Committee conducted a hearing on the bill Wednesday. The Lawrence Journal-World (http://bit.ly/1SpvgVE) repor...

 
 

Central, Southeast, Sacred Heart State Games Set

By toddpittenger On Sun, 06 Mar 2016 16:48:42

Central, Southeast, Sacred Heart State Games Set

Five Salina area teams are preparing to play in the Kansas State High School Athletic Association Basketball Tournament. Both the Salina Central boys and girls teams will play in class 5A tournament Topeka. The Southeast of Saline boys and girls teams will both play in class 3A tournament in Hutc...

 
 

“Storm Fury” In Salina Monday

By toddpittenger On Sun, 06 Mar 2016 16:09:15

“Storm Fury” In Salina Monday

A "Storm Fury On The Plains" started rolling across Kansas in February. National Weather Service meteorologists are spreading out across the state and presenting their annual spring severe weather safety and spotter classes. The annual "Storm Fury on The Plains" presentations from the Wichita off...

 
 

Scientists: Discovery of Young, Wild Black Carp Troubling

By staff On Sun, 06 Mar 2016 12:07:38

Scientists: Discovery of Young, Wild Black Carp Troubling

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Scientists say the discovery of two young black carp in a ditch connected to the Mississippi River is a troubling sign for native species in the river. Adult black carp have been caught in the Mississippi River before. But the Missouri Department of Conservation says th...

 
 

Inmate Whose Arrest Ended Sheriff’s Career in Jail Again

By staff On Sun, 06 Mar 2016 12:04:23

Inmate Whose Arrest Ended Sheriff’s Career in Jail Again

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - A Kansas City man whose forced removal from a hospital in the 1980s led to a sheriff's downfall is back in jail. The Missouri State Highway Patrol says a trooper arrested 49-year-old Damone Cribbs this week after stopping him for speeding. Federal court documents say suspe...

 
 

Liberty Taken By Force

By ksal-staff On Sun, 06 Mar 2016 04:13:56

Liberty Taken By Force

The Salina Liberty got off to the best start possible in the franchise's first ever regular season game Saturday night at the Bicentennial Center. Liberty returner Jarrel Kelley took the opening kickoff from his own endzone and zig zagged his way down the field to ring the bell for the franchise's f...

 
 

Trump, Clinton Lose Big Locally

By toddpittenger On Sat, 05 Mar 2016 23:19:21

Trump, Clinton Lose Big Locally

The two front runners from each respective party, Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton, each both lost big in Saline County in Saturday's Kansas Presidential Caucuses. Bernie Sanders and Ted Cruz both cruised to big wins. Republicans gathered at Salina Central High School to caucu...

 
 

KBI declines to investigate alleged Great Bend assault case

By associated-press On Sat, 05 Mar 2016 19:31:14

KBI declines to investigate alleged Great Bend assault case

The Kansas Bureau of Investigation will not take over the investigation of an alleged assault on a bus transporting the Great Bend boys swim team. Barton County Sheriff Brian Bellendir had asked the KBI to lead the investigation because of jurisdictional questions. The Hutchinson News reports ...

 
 
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