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Westar Explores Offering Prepaid Electric Service

By associated-press On Mon, 19 May 2014 12:26:26

Westar Explores Offering Prepaid Electric Service

A Kansas utility is starting a pilot project that will let customers who have advanced digital meters pay for their electricity in advance. Westar Energy is awaiting permission later this month from the Kansas Corporation Commission to offer as many as 1,000 customers prepaid service. Approval is...

 
 

Army College To Graduate Officers

By associated-press On Mon, 19 May 2014 12:21:50

Army College To Graduate Officers

Military officers from the U.S. and eight other countries will receive their degrees in advanced military studies this week from an Army college at Fort Leavenworth. The 132 graduates include 12 international officers. They'll complete their education with a ceremony Thursday at the U.S. Army Sch...

 
 

90-Year-Old Driver Goes Airborne

By ksal-staff On Mon, 19 May 2014 12:17:05

90-Year-Old Driver Goes Airborne

Two people are hurt when a car goes airborne and crashes. According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, 90-year-old Earl Hanna was driving a Toyota Prius, headed east on K 61 Highway. As he approached the intersection with Interstate 135, he drove off the road. The car went airborne, struck the groun...

 
 

Purchased Filthy Family Home?

By joan-jerkovich On Mon, 19 May 2014 12:00:05

Purchased Filthy Family Home?

My husband and I recently purchased my father-in-law's home from him (I call him the anti-housekeeper) because he was moving out of town and we like the house, love the location, and have a great vision for remodeling the house that we are really excited about. The only thing about this whole sit...

 
 

Photo Gallery: Seniors Say Goodbye

By ksal-staff On Mon, 19 May 2014 11:47:06

Photo Gallery: Seniors Say Goodbye

There were plenty of smiles, hugs, and tears in Salina on Sunday as family, friends, and well-wishers said goodbye to graduating seniors. Seniors from Central were the first to walk across the stage and graduate in front of a packed house at the Bicentennial Center. A couple of hours later senior...

 
 

Kansas town changes shelter protocol

By associated-press On Mon, 19 May 2014 02:26:20

Kansas town changes shelter protocol

A southeast Kansas school district is changing its protocol for storm shelters after a school hadn't been unlocked when a recent tornado hit. Two elementary schools were unlocked before the tornado struck Baxter Springs April 27. But a shelter at Baxter Springs Middle School wasn't unlocked in ti...

 
 

Scouts head to Kansas Speedway

By associated-press On Mon, 19 May 2014 02:18:53

Scouts head to Kansas Speedway

More than 12,000 Boy Scouts from the Kansas City region attended a weekend event called Scouting 500 at the Kansas Speedway. The Kansas City Star reports the event at the Speedway in Kansas City, Kansas, included a zip line, go-karts, scuba lessons, remote-control helicopters and lessons on weldi...

 
 

Kansas celebrates 142nd commencement

By associated-press On Mon, 19 May 2014 02:10:34

Kansas celebrates 142nd commencement

The University of Kansas has held its 142nd annual commencement ceremony. More than 4,000 students were candidates for graduation this spring, and 12,000 were invited to the commencement ceremony on Sunday. The Lawrence Journal-World reports that Kansas University Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Li...

 
 

Kansas ROTC graduating woman combat officer

By associated-press On Sun, 18 May 2014 16:41:53

Kansas ROTC graduating woman combat officer

The ROTC program at the University of Kansas is graduating its first female combat arms officer since the Pentagon lifted the ban on women in combat. The Lawrence Journal-World reports Madeline Wilcox enrolled in the Army ROTC program at the University of Kansas four years ago when women weren't ...

 
 

Oklahoma gambling addicts have few places to turn

By associated-press On Sun, 18 May 2014 15:38:17

Oklahoma gambling addicts have few places to turn

Addiction treatment specialists say as dozens of tribal casinos popped up throughout the state in the past decade, resources for problem gamblers haven't kept pace. Only 45 certified counselors are available at 12 treatment facilities, but specialists say there should be at least double the couns...

 
 
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