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Race car beaten with a sledgehammer at Hays track

By associated-press On Thu, 17 Oct 2013 23:24:36

Race car beaten with a sledgehammer at Hays track

Authorities in northwest Kansas are looking for whoever took a sledgehammer to a race car at the RPM Speedway in Hays. The Hays Daily News reports that the damage apparently happened Saturday as driver Chadd Brown was watching the final three races with relatives. Brown had left his modified dirt...

 
 

Kansas Federal Sites Resume Operations

By associated-press On Thu, 17 Oct 2013 19:34:35

Kansas Federal Sites Resume Operations

The end of the partial federal shutdown means Kansas National Historic Sites will reopen, the military is resuming normal training schedules and checks are being issued to participants in a special nutrition program. Across Kansas Thursday, federal employees were returning to their posts, includ...

 
 

Kansas Military Units Resuming Functions

By associated-press On Thu, 17 Oct 2013 19:32:58

Kansas Military Units Resuming Functions

Soldiers at Fort Riley will be able to resume normal training and education functions as the flow of federal money resumes to the nation's military. Activities had been curtailed for more than two weeks during the partial federal government shutdown. Maj. Martin O'Donnell, spokesman for the ...

 
 

Study Begins On K-4 In Saline County

By ksal-staff On Thu, 17 Oct 2013 19:28:14

Study Begins On K-4 In Saline County

The Kansas Department of Transportation is initiating a study of the K-4 Corridor in Saline County from I-135, east to the east side of Gypsum. According to KDOT, the goal of the study is to identify areas where improvements could be made to improve safety and ease of travel along this corridor. ...

 
 

Kansas Begins Reissuing WIC Checks

By associated-press On Thu, 17 Oct 2013 16:23:08

Kansas Begins Reissuing WIC Checks

With the partial government shutdown over, Kansas officials have begun issuing assistance checks again to women participating in a nutrition program. The Kansas Department of Health and Environment says Thursday that local clinics could start issuing assistance checks for use in November and Dec...

 
 

Douglas County Tinkers with Agritourism Plan

By associated-press On Thu, 17 Oct 2013 15:56:55

Douglas County Tinkers with Agritourism Plan

Douglas County officials are considering changes to a new policy that was designed to promote tourism in agricultural areas. County commissioners voted Wednesday to ask the Lawrence-Douglas County Commission to draft changes to the "agritourism" zoning codes. The commission also imposed a morator...

 
 

Kansas Lakes Opening Back Up

By ksal-staff On Thu, 17 Oct 2013 15:55:48

Kansas Lakes Opening Back Up

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is reopening operations following the shutdown of the federal government. This includes visitor centers, boat ramps and similar facilities that are typically open this time of year at all 18 of the district’s lake projects. The following camping areas will be reope...

 
 

VIDEO: Bi-Center Capital Improvement Plan Phase 1 Complete

By ksal-staff On Thu, 17 Oct 2013 15:37:47

VIDEO: Bi-Center Capital Improvement Plan Phase 1 Complete

Ceiling tile demolition, sound and light removal and installation of new sound and light systems make up the completed first phase of the Capital Improvement Plan approved by the Salina City Commission for the Global Spectrum-managed Salina Bicentennial Center in December of 2012. The original so...

 
 

Girl Left At School While Parents Buy Drugs

By associated-press On Thu, 17 Oct 2013 15:12:51

Girl Left At School While Parents Buy Drugs

Wichita police say a 7-year-old girl was left at school while her parents allegedly were trying to buy drugs. The girl was left at a south Wichita elementary school Tuesday while waiting to be picked up. When the parents didn't show up, the child's grandmother asked police to go to the girl'...

 
 

Woman Killed When Power Line Touches Her

By associated-press On Thu, 17 Oct 2013 15:07:19

Woman Killed When Power Line Touches Her

Leavenworth police say a 26-year-old woman died when power lines fell on her after her car ran into a power pole. Police Chief Pat Kitchens says after the Leavenworth woman's car hit a power pole Wednesday, she got out and was apparently trying to get two children out of the car when the power l...

 
 
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