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June Will Be Salina Gay Pride Month

By ksal-staff On Thu, 29 May 2014 23:35:01

June Will Be Salina Gay Pride Month

At Monday's city commission meeting the month of June will be recognized as “LGBT Pride Month” in the city of Salina. Gary Martens from the North Central Equality Kansas Chapter will read a proclamation, which will then be signed by Mayor Aaron Householter. The organization is urging support...

 
 

Ross Store Coming To Salina

By ksal-staff On Thu, 29 May 2014 20:09:08

Ross Store Coming To Salina

A new off-price department store is coming to Salina. Ross Dress for Less is planning to open a location at the Central Mall. According to the mall, Ross Dress for Less will open a 25,000 square foot store located near JCPenney in 2015. Construction is set to begin in June 2014. Ross Dress for...

 
 

VA Turned Away Vet Killed By Police

By associated-press On Thu, 29 May 2014 16:44:59

VA Turned Away Vet Killed By Police

A Kansas City family whose son was fatally shot by police says the Iraqi War veteran would still be alive if he had received prompt attention from the local veterans' hospital. Issac Sims was fatally shot Sunday after a five-hour standoff with police sparked by an argument with his father. Offic...

 
 

Man Arrested In Stolen Check Case

By ksal-staff On Thu, 29 May 2014 16:06:23

Man Arrested In Stolen Check Case

A Salina man is arrested after allegedly trying to cash a couple of stolen checks. Police say that 30-year-old William Kelley tried unsuccessfully to cash a $762 check at a UMB Bank branch in Salina. Later that same day, he unsuccessfully tried to cash a $487 check at a Payday Loan location in Sa...

 
 

Racehorse Rescued From Kansas Slaughter Dies

By associated-press On Thu, 29 May 2014 15:46:45

Racehorse Rescued From Kansas Slaughter Dies

A racehorse that drew attention when it was rescued from a Kansas slaughterhouse has been euthanized at a thoroughbred retirement home in Kentucky. Clever Allemont, the 1985 Rebel Stakes winner, was euthanized on Monday after suffering from colic at the age of 32, according to a news release fro...

 
 

Vanier Gives $550,000 To K-State

By ksal-staff On Thu, 29 May 2014 13:46:00

Vanier Gives $550,000 To K-State

A gift of $550,000 from Kansas State University alumna Mary Vanier will benefit the K-State Proud Student Opportunity Awards fund. K-State Proud is a student-led, nationally recognized fundraising campaign for the university. Guided by the leadership of the Student Foundation, the campaign encour...

 
 

Family Vacation Tensions?

By joan-jerkovich On Thu, 29 May 2014 12:00:38

Family Vacation Tensions?

How do you deal with a family vacation where part of the family want to lie on the beach all day and the other part want to see the sights? … and your problem is?? Yes, this is a family vacation where your expectation may be that you spend time together, but do you feel that you have to spend e...

 
 

Highway Shooting Likely Not Random

By associated-press On Thu, 29 May 2014 11:56:34

Highway Shooting Likely Not Random

The Douglas County Sheriff says the shooting of a man on Highway 59 south of Lawrence apparently was not a random act of violence. Twenty-four-year-old Skylar Workman of Lawrence was shot Monday night as he drove on the highway. Investigators said in a news release Wednesday the shooting was like...

 
 

Body Of Salina Man Recovered From Lake

By associated-press On Thu, 29 May 2014 11:54:37

Body Of Salina Man Recovered From Lake

The body of a Salina man is recovered from Milford Lake. According to the Geary County Sheriff's Office, the body of 65-year-old Stephen Edwards was recovered Wednesday. Authorities had been searching for Edwards since Sunday. He went into the water to retrieve a fishing pole and didn't resur...

 
 

17 Stranded Boats Rescued

By associated-press On Thu, 29 May 2014 11:42:31

17 Stranded Boats Rescued

The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism said officers pulled 17 stranded boats off the reservoirs during the holiday weekend. Capt. Dan Melson said Wednesday the boats either ran out of gas or had mechanical failures. He says the holiday generally is the first time every year people ...

 
 
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