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More than 40 Structures Burned in Kansas, Oklahoma Wildfire

By associated-press On Wed, 30 Mar 2016 17:21:57

More than 40 Structures Burned in Kansas, Oklahoma Wildfire

Officials say a wildfire that burned hundreds of square miles of rural land in Oklahoma and Kansas this week destroyed at least 41 structures in both states. Oklahoma Forestry Services spokeswoman Hannah Anderson says authorities in both states determined 16 residential structures and 25 minor st...

 
 

Sheriff Says Evidence Indicates Sex Assault on Swim Team Bus

By associated-press On Wed, 30 Mar 2016 17:18:19

Sheriff Says Evidence Indicates Sex Assault on Swim Team Bus

The Barton County sheriff says its initial investigation found evidence of a sexual assault during a bus ride last month involving members of the swim team at Great Bend High School. Sheriff Brian Bellendir said in a phone interview Wednesday that their investigation supports evidence of criminal...

 
 

Farm Expo Focus: Cattle Handling

By jeff-garretson On Wed, 30 Mar 2016 16:51:23

Farm Expo Focus: Cattle Handling

Day two of the Mid America Farm Expo is teed-up for ranchers, with a pair of seminars aimed at handling cattle. "Years ago when I grew up it was who could yell the loudest and who could carry the hottest hot shot," said Carl Gartner, with the Kansas State Extension. Gartner joined in on the KS...

 
 

Salina Police Log 3-30-2016

By ksal-staff On Wed, 30 Mar 2016 16:15:33

Salina Police Log 3-30-2016

Several burglaries, a stolen truck, and a stolen  turbo actuator from a truck engine highlight Wednesday's Salina Police Log. Saline County Sheriff Deputies recovered a stolen truck Tuesday. An orange truck that was stolen back on March 8th from a rural area on Lightville Road was recovered Tue...

 
 

Tenant Trashes Rental Property

By ksal-staff On Wed, 30 Mar 2016 15:56:16

Tenant Trashes Rental Property

A tenant being evicted from a Salina rental property is alleged to have left a parting gift, in the form of thousands of dollars of damage. Police say that the landlord of a property at 315 N. 10th Street found extensive damage Tuesday afternoon when he went to serve an eviction notice. Damage in...

 
 

Threat With Knife Prompts Arrest

By ksal-staff On Wed, 30 Mar 2016 15:49:06

Threat With Knife Prompts Arrest

A Salina man was arrested after allegedly pinning a woman into a corner, and threatening her with a knife. Police Captain Mike Sweeney says that 38-year-old Michael Walle was arrested following an incident at around noon on Tuesday. Walle is alleged to have threatened a female acquaintance wit...

 
 

Drugs Found on School Playground

By ksal-staff On Wed, 30 Mar 2016 15:40:32

Drugs Found on School Playground

A man is facing multiple felony charges in connection with an early morning incident in which he was found hiding under a car by a police dog following a chase, and drugs were found on a school playground. Police Captain Mike Sweeney says that it started at 5:05 in the morning on Tuesday, when an...

 
 

University of Kansas Expands Annual Spring Powwow

By associated-press On Wed, 30 Mar 2016 15:19:19

University of Kansas Expands Annual Spring Powwow

An annual spring powwow at the University of Kansas is expanding into a daylong educational festival. The Lawrence Journal-World reports that the 2016 KU Powwow and Indigenous Dance and Culture Festival will be Saturday at the Lied Center. The festival will feature workshops, food, a matinee and ...

 
 

Are You A Collector Or Hoarder? 8 Items People Usually Hoard

By joan-jerkovich On Tue, 29 Mar 2016 22:31:38

Are You A Collector Or Hoarder? 8 Items People Usually Hoard

A collector: • Takes pride in their possessions • Experiences joy in displaying their collections • Enjoys talking about their collectables • Keeps their collected items well organized and displayed • Feels satisfied when adding to their collection • Effectively budgets their tim...

 
 

County Considers Newspaper Alternative

By karen-shade On Tue, 29 Mar 2016 20:22:50

County Considers Newspaper Alternative

Saline County Commissioners heard John Lewis, President of the Lewis Publications, offer an alternative to routinely printing public notices in The Salina Journal.  Lewis said he could reduce the cost of what the County pays for printing public notices by half.  Lewis proposed starting a new paper...

 
 
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