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Winter Wheat Acreages Down in US, Kansas

By associated-press On Tue, 13 Jan 2015 01:08:16

Winter Wheat Acreages Down in US, Kansas

Growers in Kansas and across the nation have seeded far fewer acres of winter wheat for harvest this year. A report released Monday by the National Agricultural Statistics Service shows a 5 percent drop in U.S. winter wheat acres compared to a year ago, with 40.5 million acres seeded. Most of ...

 
 

Big Crowd At Bridal & Prom Expo

By ksal-staff On Mon, 12 Jan 2015 20:33:00

Big Crowd At Bridal & Prom Expo

Over 600 people gathered Sunday for the  first ever Salina Bridal & Prom Expo. Future brides and grooms had a chance to meet with over 50 vendors throughout the day to get inspiration on how to plan their perfect wedding. Attendees got to sample wine, meet with caterers, florists, fitness ex...

 
 

Brownback Says Solutions to State’s Woes are Cultural, Moral

By associated-press On Mon, 12 Jan 2015 18:39:49

Brownback Says Solutions to State’s Woes are Cultural, Moral

Gov. Sam Brownback says challenges facing Kansas can be resolved only by strengthening families and changing the culture from one that focuses too much on personal satisfaction rather than obligation and sacrifice. Brownback's inaugural speech on Monday came hours before the Legislature was sched...

 
 

Saline County Department Heads Reinstated

By toddpittenger On Mon, 12 Jan 2015 17:46:28

Saline County Department Heads Reinstated

A new 5-person Saline County Commission was sworn in Monday morning, and though no official meeting was scheduled, immediately met and overturned a recent controversial decision that  eliminated four department head positions. Monte Shadwick, Luci Larson, and David Smith were sworn in, joining J...

 
 

Trout fishing in Kansas? Yes, in The Winter

By associated-press On Mon, 12 Jan 2015 16:58:40

Trout fishing in Kansas? Yes, in The Winter

Think of trout fishing and you aren't likely to consider Kansas as a destination. But the state offers trout fishing during the winter at several of its waterways. From Nov. 1 through April 15, the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism stocks rainbow trout, which are cold-water fish th...

 
 

Another Counterfeit Bill

By ksal-staff On Mon, 12 Jan 2015 16:45:17

Another Counterfeit Bill

Police are investigating more fake cash in Salina. Staff at Big Lots, 2450 S. 9th contacted police after a $1 bill was found in the cash drawer Saturday morning after someone used the bogus bill to make a purchase on January 9th. Police are investigating numerous counterfeit bills passed at Sa...

 
 

Woman Who Killed Baby Up For Parole

By associated-press On Mon, 12 Jan 2015 12:40:06

Woman Who Killed Baby Up For Parole

A parole hearing is planned for next month for a Kansas inmate who fatally injured her 5-month-old nephew nearly 17 years ago. Crystal J. Jasper, now 36, was convicted of first-degree murder in the March 1998 abuse death of Lance Jasper. She was caring for Lance and a niece when the boy was hurt ...

 
 

Bald Eagles In Kansas

By associated-press On Mon, 12 Jan 2015 12:33:38

Bald Eagles In Kansas

Bus tours and educational programs are among the activities that are planned in Kansas to celebrate National Bald Eagle Month. Two events are planned for Jan. 24. At Kaw Valley Eagles Day at Free State High School in Lawrence, participants can dissect owl pellets and go on eagle-viewing field tri...

 
 

Bicyclist Volunteer Rolls Through Kansas

By associated-press On Mon, 12 Jan 2015 12:27:53

Bicyclist Volunteer Rolls Through Kansas

A New York man traveling across the nation on a bicycle has stopped in Lawrence, Kansas, to volunteer his time and services. Courtney Bibb started the trip that's expected to last six months in October, and has planned to stop at 20 cities to volunteer at different charities and organizations. He...

 
 

Legislature To Face Big Budget Gap

By associated-press On Mon, 12 Jan 2015 12:17:29

Legislature To Face Big Budget Gap

Kansas legislators convene next week facing a massive budget deficit and a court mandate to sharply increase funding for public schools. A projected budget shortfall of more than $710 million for the current budget and the fiscal year that begins in July arose after aggressive personal income tax...

 
 
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