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Cold Weather Rule Ending

By associated-press On Fri, 28 Mar 2014 11:18:45

Cold Weather Rule Ending

State officials are reminding Kansans who fall behind on electric and natural gas bills that they will lose some protection against shutoffs next week. The utility-regulating Kansas Corporation Commission notes that Monday is the last effective day of the annual Cold Weather Rule. The rule is ...

 
 

Veteran’s Drivers Licenses Available

By associated-press On Fri, 28 Mar 2014 11:16:10

Veteran’s Drivers Licenses Available

Kansas residents who served in the military may now get the word "veteran" printed on their state-issued driver's licenses and photo ID cards. The Department of Revenue announced this week that the service is available to veterans with an honorable or general discharge or a general discharge unde...

 
 

Voters Returning Mail Ballots

By toddpittenger On Fri, 28 Mar 2014 02:51:41

Voters Returning Mail Ballots

Registered voters who live in the USD 305 School District began receiving ballots this week for the first-ever mail in election in Salina. About 28,000 ballots were delivered to the Salina Post Office last Friday. They began to go out in the mail on Monday, and started arriving in mailboxes on Tu...

 
 

“Jennison Collection” Unveiled

By toddpittenger On Fri, 28 Mar 2014 02:16:18

“Jennison Collection” Unveiled

A one-of-a-kind art collection was unveiled in Salina Thursday evening. Family, friends, and art lovers joined Salinans Ken and June Jennision to celebrate the debut of the "Jennison Collection". The Jennison's have been collecting the Smoky Hill River Festival signature "Festival Print" since...

 
 

Jurors Hear Details Of Violent Murder

By toddpittenger On Thu, 27 Mar 2014 22:45:06

Jurors Hear Details Of Violent Murder

A hushed courtroom heard a co-defendant testify how he beat, strangled, held her face in mud, and finally held a Salina woman's face under water to kill her. A murder trial for Dane DeWeese, one of three people accused in the Spring 2013 disappearance and murder of 27-year-old Kristin Tyler conti...

 
 

Clock Ticking On Mail-In Bond Issue

By jeff-garretson On Thu, 27 Mar 2014 17:31:16

Clock Ticking On Mail-In Bond Issue

USD 305 Superintendent Bill Hall is hoping the public will mark their ballot and mail it in before the April 8th deadline. Hall, stopped into the KSAL Morning News Thursday with a look at some of the issues and numbers associated with the upcoming bond issue, "If it gets close to the deadline lik...

 
 

Ex KBI Official Pleads to Exploitation

By associated-press On Thu, 27 Mar 2014 15:12:08

Ex KBI Official Pleads to Exploitation

A former Kansas Bureau of Investigation deputy director has pleaded guilty to sexual exploitation of a child. Fifty-seven-year-old Kyle Smith appeared Thursday before Shawnee County District Judge Cheryl Kingfisher to enter the guilty plea. Prosecutors dropped a charge accusing him of trying to d...

 
 

Reproductive Risks of Aging Sperm

By joan-jerkovich On Thu, 27 Mar 2014 12:00:59

Reproductive Risks of Aging Sperm

The reproductive clock is ticking, and the ticking clock isn’t only relevant to women. Men too have to consider the fact that the longer they put off starting a family there are risks. Those risks run the gamut of infertility, to genetic abnormalities such as Downs Syndrome, to a higher risk of th...

 
 

Injured State Trooper Improving

By associated-press On Thu, 27 Mar 2014 11:25:20

Injured State Trooper Improving

A Kansas Highway Patrol trooper who was injured in an accident on the Kansas Turnpike is improving at a Wichita hospital. Wesley Medical Center officials say Trooper Da'von Brame was upgraded to fair condition Wednesday. Brame was injured Tuesday evening while sitting in his vehicle after he p...

 
 

K-State Veterinary Dean To Step Down

By associated-press On Thu, 27 Mar 2014 11:09:27

K-State Veterinary Dean To Step Down

The dean of Kansas State University's College of Veterinary Medicine has announced plans to step down by the middle of next year. The university said in a news release that Ralph C. Richardson will become a faculty member after leaving the job he has held since 1998. Richardson received his de...

 
 
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