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Kansas Tornadoes: More But Weaker

By associated-press On Mon, 14 Dec 2015 13:58:16

Kansas Tornadoes: More But Weaker

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) - Meteorologists say Kansas saw more tornadoes than normal this year, but all but a few were weak and short-lived. There were 108 tornadoes in Kansas by the end of August, 18 more than normal for that period. Nationwide there were 971 tornadoes through October compared with the...

 
 

Mail Em’ If Ya Got Em’

By ksal-staff On Mon, 14 Dec 2015 11:30:54

Mail Em’ If Ya Got Em’

"Neither snow, nor rain, nor heat, nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds." It's the biggest delivery day of the year. You can expect long lines today at post offices across the country. The U.S. Postal Service says this will be its busiest day...

 
 

Kansas Sampler Festival to End

By associated-press On Mon, 14 Dec 2015 11:23:22

Kansas Sampler Festival to End

INMAN, Kan. (AP)  - The popular Kansas Sampler Festival will end nearly three decades of operation after the 2017 event in Winfield. Kansas Sampler Foundation Director Marci Penner said this week that the event is ending because it is time to do something different. The ending is not because ...

 
 

Kansas clinic uncertain it will take USDA loan

By associated-press On Mon, 14 Dec 2015 03:25:47

Kansas clinic uncertain it will take USDA loan

An eastern Kansas mental health facility director is uncertain if the facility will accept a $1.1 million federal loan because of concerns about state funding. The U.S. Department of Agriculture says it's awarded the $1.1 million loan to The Guidance Center to expand its Oskaloosa clinic. Keit...

 
 

Jugglers, Dancers, Twirlers, and Santa

By ksal-staff On Sun, 13 Dec 2015 22:59:52

Jugglers, Dancers, Twirlers, and Santa

The 2015 Salina Mayor's Christmas Party had it all Sunday afternoon, fun and entertainment for the entire family. For the 36th year in a row the City of Salina hosted the free holiday event. The party this year included dancers, jugglers, twirlers, prizes, and of course an appearance by Santa. ...

 
 

Review of Wichita State athletics considers football

By associated-press On Sun, 13 Dec 2015 21:25:17

Review of Wichita State athletics considers football

Wichita State University President John Bardo says the school's athletic department is being thoroughly reviewed, including discussing whether to resume football. The Wichita Eagle reports (http://bit.ly/1NMH0uh) Bardo and deputy athletic director Darron Boatright are in the early stages of the d...

 
 

Kansas governor wants no tax debate, expects no budget drama

By associated-press On Sun, 13 Dec 2015 21:21:18

Kansas governor wants no tax debate, expects no budget drama

Republican Gov. Sam Brownback argues that Kansas legislators shouldn't tinker further with tax laws next year. He says the state budget is in good shape despite a projected shortfall because his economic policies are working. The governor spent much of a recent Associated Press interview throwin...

 
 

Winter Storm to Impact Parts of Kansas

By ksal-staff On Sun, 13 Dec 2015 13:23:47

Winter Storm to Impact Parts of Kansas

It might look a lot like Christmas when the work week begins in portions of Kansas. Forecasters are warning of the potential of heavy snow in the western part of the state. According to the National Weather Service in Dodge City, several inches of snow may accumulate across far southwest Kansas S...

 
 

Money Making Fishing Access Program

By ksal-staff On Sun, 13 Dec 2015 12:30:15

Money Making Fishing Access Program

Landowners in Kansas can earn extra money, in some cases up to $2,000, by allowing fishing access to private ponds and streams. But the deadline to sign up for 2016 is just a couple of days away. The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism’s (KDWPT) Fishing Impoundments and Stream Habi...

 
 

Borrower Returns Springfield Library Book 37 Years Late

By staff On Sun, 13 Dec 2015 11:54:54

Borrower Returns Springfield Library Book 37 Years Late

A book checked out from a southwest Missouri library 37 years ago is back after the borrower deposited it into an outdoor book drop with an apology note and $6 to cover late fees. The Springfield News-Leader reports the book, which ponders whether the Bermuda Triangle exists, was due back Novembe...

 
 
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