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State Appeals School Funding Order

By associated-press On Thu, 19 Feb 2015 12:38:46

State Appeals School Funding Order

Kansas has filed a widely expected appeal of a ruling that found the state isn't spending enough money on its public schools to provide a suitable education. Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt announced Wednesday that the appeal had been filed after vowing last month to challenge the ruling. ...

 
 

Large Crowd At Salina “Storm Fury”

By toddpittenger On Thu, 19 Feb 2015 02:59:16

Large Crowd At Salina “Storm Fury”

Over 100 people gathered in Salina Wednesday evening to learn a little about severe weather. National Weather Service Meteorologist Chance Hayes presented the "Storm Fury On The Plains" spring severe weather safety and spotter class. Using a multi-media presentation, Hayes taught the basics of th...

 
 

Peck: Men Need To “Man Up”

By jeff-garretson On Wed, 18 Feb 2015 19:22:16

Peck: Men Need To “Man Up”

Teams are forming around Salina as the Bowl for Kids' Sake fundraiser approaches. Big Brothers Big Sisters CEO Michelle Peck joined in on the KSAL Morning News on Wednesday with a look at the event - and a message to men in the community to answer a call for help. "We need men to man up, and b...

 
 

Parents Push For Legal Hemp Oil

By associated-press On Wed, 18 Feb 2015 12:41:04

Parents Push For Legal Hemp Oil

Parents of children suffering from seizure disorders are asking Kansas lawmakers to legalize hemp oil. The House Health and Human Services Committee had a hearing Tuesday on a bill sponsored by Democratic Rep. John Wilson of Lawrence. Parent Ryan Reed testified that he and his wife feed their ...

 
 

Biggest Business Growth In 12 Years

By associated-press On Wed, 18 Feb 2015 12:38:17

Biggest Business Growth In 12 Years

Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach says more new businesses were formed in Kansas in 2014 than at any point since 2003. Kobach said at a news conference Tuesday that 15,780 new businesses were formed — 311 more than in 2013. Kobach says this indicates that a 2012 move to exempt 191,000 busin...

 
 

Hallmark Printing Work Moving To Kansas

By associated-press On Wed, 18 Feb 2015 12:36:00

Hallmark Printing Work Moving To Kansas

Hallmark Cards plans to end printing work at its Litho-Krome printing subsidiary in Georgia and transfer the work to Lawrence, Kansas. Hallmark officials said Tuesday the Litho-Krome subsidiary produces greeting cards and Crayola packaging. The work will end in Midland, Georgia, in the third q...

 
 

Manipulated By Friend?

By joan-jerkovich On Wed, 18 Feb 2015 03:21:22

Manipulated By Friend?

My mouth always gets me in trouble. I don’t always know when to shut up and just blurt things out when I shouldn’t. My good friend and I talk every day and I appreciate her support because I’ve had a rough year with a divorce and getting back to dating hasn’t gone so well. My problem is ...

 
 

Man Who Played Santa Accused Of Child Sex Crimes

By associated-press On Wed, 18 Feb 2015 01:20:59

Man Who Played Santa Accused Of Child Sex Crimes

A former sheriff's dispatcher who played Santa Claus for preschool children in central Kansas' Marion County is accused of sexually attacking an 8-year-old girl. KWCH-TV reports that prosecutors have charged 46-year-old Kenneth Newell of McPherson with 13 counts involving sexual misconduct. Ne...

 
 

Kansas Colleges Ignore Governor’s Order

By ksal-staff On Wed, 18 Feb 2015 00:55:38

Kansas Colleges Ignore Governor’s Order

Several colleges in Kansas are ignoring a recent order by Governor Sam Brownback repealing a policy that barred discrimination against gay, lesbian, and transgender state employees. Wichita State, Kansas State University, and the University of Kansas have all released statements saying that they ...

 
 

County Commission Sets Salaries

By ksal-staff On Wed, 18 Feb 2015 00:52:15

County Commission Sets Salaries

Saline County Commissioners established a new salary structure during their regularly scheduled formal meeting on Tuesday. Each member of the previous three person commission was paid an annual salary of about $28,000, and also had an insurance option that would make the total package, including ...

 
 
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