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Report: Winter Wheat Forecast Revised Downward

By associated-press On Wed, 11 Jun 2014 17:25:27

Report: Winter Wheat Forecast Revised Downward

The latest government snapshot shows the Agriculture Department has revised downward its forecast for the nation's drought-stricken winter wheat crop. The National Agricultural Statistics Service estimated on Wednesday that farmers will bring in 2.38 billion bushels of winter wheat. Their forecas...

 
 

Salina Sleuths on KSAL

By jeff-garretson On Wed, 11 Jun 2014 17:02:49

Salina Sleuths on KSAL

Billy Taylor loves a good mystery, but is still a bit mystified by the media attention his family has received this week after finding the 2014 Smoky Hill River Festival Medallion. "They told me after we won some of the media might contact me and I thought who's going to call me - but this has be...

 
 

$900 Phone Stolen

By ksal-staff On Wed, 11 Jun 2014 16:05:14

$900 Phone Stolen

A woman from Beloit reports that her phone was stolen at a Salina store. Police are investigating after Donna Ruckert left her phone in the ladies restroom at the Wal-Mart located at 2900 S. Broadway on Tuesday evening around 6pm. She told officers when she returned about 30-minutes later, the...

 
 

U.S. Forces To Base In Salina For Training

By ksal-staff On Wed, 11 Jun 2014 16:03:23

U.S. Forces To Base In Salina For Training

Salina residents are accustomed to the sight and sounds of Canadian F-18 Hornets training in the area, but this June they may notice a more familiar flag as the U.S. military takes advantage of Salina's location to train members of our own armed forces. The deployment will include close air supp...

 
 

Deputies Plan DUI Checkpoint

By ksal-staff On Wed, 11 Jun 2014 14:43:18

Deputies Plan DUI Checkpoint

The Saline County Sheriff's office is planning to crack down on drunk drivers this weekend. According to the agency, as part of the Kansas Department of Transportation's Impaired Driving Deterrence Program, deputies will be conducting a checkpoint. This checkpoint is designed to identify intox...

 
 

Judges Reviewing Kansas School Funding Law

By associated-press On Wed, 11 Jun 2014 12:17:57

Judges Reviewing Kansas School Funding Law

A panel of three state-court judges is reviewing a new Kansas education funding law to determine if it meets a state Supreme Court mandate to boost aid to poor school districts. The hearing Tuesday afternoon in Shawnee County District Court comes in a lawsuit filed in 2010 by parents and school d...

 
 

Kansas Leads Country In Grain Crop Productin

By associated-press On Wed, 11 Jun 2014 12:15:03

Kansas Leads Country In Grain Crop Productin

A new government report shows Kansas leads the nation in the production of wheat and sorghum grain. The National Agricultural Statistics Service reported Tuesday that 15 percent of last year's total U.S. wheat crop was grown in Kansas. About 42 percent of the U.S. sorghum grown for grain also cam...

 
 

Biking Across Kansas Rolls Into Salina

By toddpittenger On Wed, 11 Jun 2014 02:12:03

Biking Across Kansas Rolls Into Salina

Hundreds of bicycle riders rolled into Salina on Tuesday. The bicyclists, riding in the Biking Across Kansas tour, began the day in Ellinwood. After a 72 mile ride they stopped in Salina to refresh, and spend the night. The official tour stop was located at Salina Central High School. Hundreds...

 
 

New Principal At Salina South

By ksal-staff On Wed, 11 Jun 2014 01:21:23

New Principal At Salina South

A new principal is set to take over at Salina South High School. According to USD 305, Curtis Stevens will be the new South High School Principal effective July 1, 2014. Stevens has been a public educator for over 12 years, most recently serving as assistant principal at South High School sin...

 
 

Kansas to Limit Voting to Federal Races For Some

By associated-press On Wed, 11 Jun 2014 00:40:00

Kansas to Limit Voting to Federal Races For Some

The top election official in Kansas says voters who registered using a federal form without providing proof of citizenship will be given provisional ballots when they vote in the Aug. 5 primary elections. Secretary of State Kris Kobach told The Associated Press on Tuesday that while the provision...

 
 
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