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Pistol Stolen from Good Samaritan

By jeff-garretson On Wed, 20 Aug 2014 15:49:55

Pistol Stolen from Good Samaritan

A gun is stolen after a Salina couple reaches out to help a hitchhiker. Police say a 62-year-old man and his wife picked up a Hispanic male who was hitchhiking north of Park City on I-135 Monday afternoon and drove back to Salina. The couple fed the man at Coyote Canyon then allowed him to cle...

 
 

Smoky Hills Sportsman Expo To Take Over Bi-Center

By ksal-staff On Wed, 20 Aug 2014 15:09:19

Smoky Hills Sportsman Expo To Take Over Bi-Center

Three days of booths, exhibits, and activities focusing on the outdoors, a concert, and a dinner featuring reality TV stars are all part of a first-of-its-kind event this weekend at the Salina Bicentennial Center. The three day Smoky Hills Sportsman Expo is this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Amer...

 
 

Salina Judge To Retire

By ksal-staff On Wed, 20 Aug 2014 13:51:23

Salina Judge To Retire

A judge familiar to Saline County District Court is stepping down. According to the Office of Judicial Administration, Chief Judge Jerome P. Hellmer announced Wednesday that he is retiring, effective January 12th. Judge Hellmer has served 18 years on the bench in the 28th judicial district. "It ...

 
 

Astronauts To Appear At Cosmosphere

By associated-press On Wed, 20 Aug 2014 12:03:43

Astronauts To Appear At Cosmosphere

Several astronauts will touch down this weekend in Hutchinson, as part of a fundraiser for the Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center. Apollo 16 moonwalker Charlie Duke and Apollo 13 astronauts Fred Haise and Jim Lovell will be among those attending the annual Fly Around, Dine Around event at the ce...

 
 

Man Guilty Of Spying From Under Bed

By associated-press On Wed, 20 Aug 2014 12:01:43

Man Guilty Of Spying From Under Bed

A northeast Kansas man who was discovered by a child to be hiding under a bed will be sentenced next month for criminal trespass and other charges. A jury took about an hour this week to convict 35-year-old Earl Brockington Jr. Authorities said Brockington entered the Leavenworth home of the m...

 
 

KDHE Announces State’s First Report of West Nile

By associated-press On Wed, 20 Aug 2014 01:31:19

KDHE Announces State’s First Report of West Nile

State health officials say a man from Republic County has the first reported case of West Nile virus in Kansas this year. The Kansas Department of Health and Environment did not release any more information about the man in a news release Tuesday. West Nile virus can be spread to people by inf...

 
 

Kansas Historic Landmark Needs Repairs

By associated-press On Wed, 20 Aug 2014 01:26:02

Kansas Historic Landmark Needs Repairs

A historic and picturesque landmark in central Kansas is in need of some renovation and repair. The Coronado Heights site near Lindsborg is considered one of the state's most scenic locations. The sandstone formation's natural platform has been used by generations as a scenic overlook and place t...

 
 

Wichita State to Close Golf Course in November

By associated-press On Wed, 20 Aug 2014 01:24:39

Wichita State to Close Golf Course in November

Wichita State University will close its golf course on Nov. 3 to prepare for an expansion. The university announced Tuesday that the university golf teams will be able to use part of its Braeburn golf course. The school plans to demolish apartments this fall and begin construction of an engine...

 
 

Sale of Custom Guitars to Help Fund Vets Memorial

By associated-press On Wed, 20 Aug 2014 01:22:29

Sale of Custom Guitars to Help Fund Vets Memorial

Event organizers hope the sale of five customized guitars at a fundraiser will raise $50,000 to support the construction of the Reno County Veterans' Memorial. The Hutchinson News reports the instruments will be covered in patriotic artwork and are to be auctioned off in November. Each of the fou...

 
 

Voters To Decide County Commission Expansion

By toddpittenger On Tue, 19 Aug 2014 17:11:53

Voters To Decide County Commission Expansion

Saline County Commissioners Tuesday unanimously agreed to let voters decide whether or not to expand the the commission from a three person board to a five person board. A successful petition campaign by a group called Saline County Citizens For Responsible Government prompted the action. Back on...

 
 
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