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Toy Drive in Memory of Former Realtor

By ksal-staff On Wed, 09 Dec 2015 20:51:17

Toy Drive in Memory of Former Realtor

A toy drive this weekend will honor the memory of a long-time, well known Salina Realtor who founded it, and who passed away earlier this week. 66-year-old David Antrim was diagnosed back in October with a rare brain disease. He passed away Monday at his home in Kansas City, Missouri. Antrim w...

 
 

Murder Trial Won’t Be Moved

By toddpittenger On Wed, 09 Dec 2015 20:10:02

Murder Trial Won’t Be Moved

A trial for a man accused of firing the shot that killed a Salina teen back in May will not be moved to a different location. Wednesday afternoon in Saline County District Court Judge Renee Young denied a change of venue motion for 22-year-old Macio Palacio. Palacio is one of five people accus...

 
 

Donations Needed to Fill Gaps

By jeff-garretson On Wed, 09 Dec 2015 18:12:09

Donations Needed to Fill Gaps

Preparations are underway for a Salina tradition to continue, volunteers are getting ready for the 33rd Annual Bill Fekas Family Christmas Dinner. Chef Bill Fekas joined in on the KSAL Morning News Wednesday with a look behind the food and funding that has helped put a free Christmas dinner on th...

 
 

Salina Syphilis Outbreak Update

By ksal-staff On Wed, 09 Dec 2015 17:28:06

Salina Syphilis Outbreak Update

Saline County Health Department Director Jason Tiller told the county’s Health Advisory Council Tuesday that 16 cases of syphilis among Saline County residents have been “lab confirmed”. Although data continues to emerge, it appears that the demographic involved so far in the county’s syphil...

 
 

Volunteers Ready to Wrap Angel Tree Gifts

By ksal-staff On Wed, 09 Dec 2015 17:12:43

Volunteers Ready to Wrap Angel Tree Gifts

All of the angels on this year's Salina Salvation Army's Angel Tree, 661 of them, have been adopted. Now, volunteers are awaiting their return. Each angel represents an area child 12-years-old or younger who without a little help, might not otherwise have much of a Christmas. The angel has on it ...

 
 

Residential Burglar Comes Away with Hefty Heist

By ksal-staff On Wed, 09 Dec 2015 16:16:15

Residential Burglar Comes Away with Hefty Heist

A home on the 800 block of East Jewell was burglarized yesterday morning, and owners are missing nearly $5,000 in possessions and cash. The burglar forced entry through a door, and stole 2 TV's that were owned by Rent-A-Center, jewelry, an iPod, a Canon digital camera and cash for a total loss of...

 
 

Stolen Truck Meets Ugly End

By ksal-staff On Wed, 09 Dec 2015 16:12:30

Stolen Truck Meets Ugly End

A truck was stolen last night from the 1800 block of Valley View, and was found crashed into a light pole on the 2900 block of Jack Circle. The red 2001 Ford F350 belonged to Commercial Tire of 2144 West Crawford, who was unaware the vehicle had been stolen until it was found. The vehicle was fou...

 
 

KU Profs Oppose Concealed Guns on Campus

By associated-press On Wed, 09 Dec 2015 12:20:38

KU Profs Oppose Concealed Guns on Campus

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — The University of Kansas' chancellor and 70 of the school's distinguished professors have formally spoken out against the concealed carry of guns on campus. Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little addressed the issue in her chancellor's message to faculty and staff on Monday. Th...

 
 

Proposal for Improved Civic Education

By associated-press On Wed, 09 Dec 2015 12:15:50

Proposal for Improved Civic Education

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Attorney General Derek Schmidt is proposing an initiative to improve Kansas middle school students' civic knowledge. Schmidt has asked the State Board of Education to integrate the U.S. naturalization test as an educational tool in the state's classrooms. The idea would ...

 
 

Farm Economy Takes Hit in State

By associated-press On Wed, 09 Dec 2015 03:59:04

Farm Economy Takes Hit in State

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - A farm economist with the Kansas Farm Management Association says gross income for farms is down by at least 20 percent in the state. The Hutchinson News reports that last year southwest Kansas farmers averaged about $56,000 in accrual net farm income, a $50,000 drop from 2013...

 
 
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