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50 Year Water Plan To Be Discussed

By associated-press On Fri, 11 Apr 2014 11:14:21

50 Year Water Plan To Be Discussed

State and local officials are gathering in Manhattan to discuss water needs in Kansas and begin developing a 50-year plan for managing water resources. The daylong meeting Friday includes members of the State Board of Agriculture, the Kansas Water Authority and a council advising Gov. Sam Brownba...

 
 

New Kansas Revenue Projections on Horizon

By associated-press On Fri, 11 Apr 2014 00:09:37

New Kansas Revenue Projections on Horizon

A group of Kansas officials and economists will gather next week to study revenue projections for the coming year, determining if the state economy is growing and if tax receipts will keep government afloat. Legislative leaders on Thursday gave differing views of what the projections for the fisc...

 
 

Sebelius To Resign Secretary Position

By associated-press On Thu, 10 Apr 2014 22:57:47

Sebelius To Resign Secretary Position

A White House official says Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is resigning from the Obama administration. The move comes just a week after the close of the rocky enrollment period for President Barack Obama's health care law. Website failures marred the opening weeks of the si...

 
 

Minneapolis Company Accused Of Polluting

By associated-press On Thu, 10 Apr 2014 22:53:23

Minneapolis Company Accused Of Polluting

Federal prosecutors allege a Kansas metal finishing firm dumped untreated wastewater into a city sewer system. A 24-count indictment filed late Wednesday also accuses C & R Plating and its owner, Kevin L. Cline, with submitting fraudulent samples and reports of analysis to conceal the polluti...

 
 

New Statue to Grace Bethany’s Campus

By jeff-garretson On Thu, 10 Apr 2014 18:41:31

New Statue to Grace Bethany’s Campus

The nine-foot statue of a well armed Viking that will be unveiled on Bethany's campus this weekend, grew out of a sketch artist Dick Bergen drew over 20-years ago. Bergen said financial concerns put a hold on the project then, "And the sketch went into a file," he said. After Bergen was named ...

 
 

Shotguns and Cash Stolen

By ksal-staff On Thu, 10 Apr 2014 16:35:54

Shotguns and Cash Stolen

The Saline County Sheriff's Office is investigating a business burglary northeast of Salina. Deputies say a shop that is located on a rural property in the 7000 block of E. Benfield Road was broken into sometime between April 5th and April 7th. Owner, Patrick Martin told officers his employee dis...

 
 

Call for Help Not Heard by Neighbors

By jeff-garretson On Thu, 10 Apr 2014 16:06:00

Call for Help Not Heard by Neighbors

A Salina man fires a shotgun as a call for help. According to Captain Mike Sweeney, 67-year-old John N. Jednoralski became wedged between his bed and a wall at about 10:30pm on Wednesday night in his home in the 2000 block of Brookwood. Jednoralski told officers after unsuccessfully trying to ...

 
 

Salina Rallies To Feed The Hungry

By toddpittenger On Thu, 10 Apr 2014 15:43:07

Salina Rallies To Feed The Hungry

Salinans rally Thursday to begin an annual effort to collect food for the hungry. Volunteers gathered to learn about Project Salina, and details about the upcoming 2014 effort. Project Salina unites multiple businesses and organizations in an effort to collect food for five agencies that serve me...

 
 

Tweeting Troopers Have Big Following

By associated-press On Thu, 10 Apr 2014 14:04:40

Tweeting Troopers Have Big Following

Kansas Highway Patrol troopers say they are pleased how a new emphasis on using Twitter is helping communicate during storms or traffic problems. The patrol formed a group called the Tweeting Troopers earlier this year as a way to quickly spread information to a large audience. Trooper Gary ...

 
 

Cold Winter Didn’t Kill Spring Pests

By ksal-staff On Thu, 10 Apr 2014 13:42:16

Cold Winter Didn’t Kill Spring Pests

We are finally catching a break from the long, cold winter, but if you're hoping that the extreme cold has killed off spring pests, you're out of luck, according to Jeff Whitworth, associate professor of entomology at Kansas State University. "Whether they're going to survive is not the question,...

 
 
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