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Burglars Hit Businesses On Walnut

By ksal-staff On Thu, 03 Apr 2014 20:32:12

Burglars Hit Businesses On Walnut

Salina Police are investigating a series of business burglaries. Police say that sometime between 7:30 Wednesday night and 7:30 this morning, burglars hit three businesses in the 300 Block of East Walnut. The businesses include Prairieland Market at 305 E. Walnut, Uptown Salon at 307 E. Walnut...

 
 

OPINION: Smart Money On Obamacare Success

By toddpittenger On Thu, 03 Apr 2014 16:45:44

OPINION: Smart Money On Obamacare Success

Alan Jilka: The smart money appears to be on the future success of the Affordable Care Act. At least that’s the conclusion inferred in a recent issue of Bloomberg Business Week (Feb. 24-Mar.2 edition). Meanwhile Kansas politicians continue to fight the new law. In the Bloomberg article write...

 
 

Over 170 Ballots Invalid

By jeff-garretson On Thu, 03 Apr 2014 16:12:13

Over 170 Ballots Invalid

Saline County Clerk and Election Officer Don Merriman tells KSAL News that his office has sent out over 170 letters to voters who did not sign the back of their ballot envelope - asking them to come in and finish the voting process. "Unfortunately we cannot count their ballot without that signatu...

 
 

Interest Rates Bring Payment Down

By ksal-staff On Thu, 03 Apr 2014 13:56:17

Interest Rates Bring Payment Down

A change in interest rates means that the USD 305 school bond issue, if passed, would not cost tax payers as much. According to the district, based upon current interest rates, the projected mill levy for the repayment of the bonds is 1 mill lower. For taxpayers, this reduces the monthly increase...

 
 

NJCAA Tournament Leaving Salina

By mikehammett On Thu, 03 Apr 2014 13:42:03

NJCAA Tournament Leaving Salina

The National Junior College Athletic Association is moving its Division I Women's Basketball Championship out of Salina following the 2015 tournament at the Bicentennial Center. The NJCAA made the announcement it will move the tournament to Lubbock, Texas, from 2016 to 2018 on Thursday during its...

 
 

Breaking News? Division 1 Football Player Tells Dad He is Gay

By joan-jerkovich On Thu, 03 Apr 2014 13:26:08

Breaking News? Division 1 Football Player Tells Dad He is Gay

Is a football player coming out breaking news? Or is the real story, the story of a Father’s unconditional love? Bill is so proud of his son. In talking about him, he calls him the “male-est” dude you can find who, as a Junior in college plays football for his Division 1 College Team. But f...

 
 

Panic Attacks Drive Sufferers Into the Hell of Loneliness

By joan-jerkovich On Thu, 03 Apr 2014 12:00:21

Panic Attacks Drive Sufferers Into the Hell of Loneliness

Can you imagine living your life feeling fearful and scared to walk to your corner quick shop for a soda?  Or feeling an intense, sickening, fear around crowds to the point that you can’t drag yourself to the shopping mall to buy a new pair of shoes?  How would it feel to not be able to attend y...

 
 

Ell Saline Receives Agriculture Grant

By associated-press On Thu, 03 Apr 2014 11:18:28

Ell Saline Receives Agriculture Grant

Eight Kansas schools, including one in Saline County, have been selected to receive state grants to promote the use of local foods in schools and agriculture education in the classroom. The Kansas Department of Agriculture says Wednesday that it had awarded each of the schools $12,500 from the Fa...

 
 

DC Planners Object To Eisenhower Memorial Design

By associated-press On Thu, 03 Apr 2014 11:00:23

DC Planners Object To Eisenhower Memorial Design

The staff of a federal panel that oversees plans for monuments in the nation's capital is recommending changes in the design for a memorial honoring President Dwight D. Eisenhower. The National Capital Planning Commission is set to consider building plans Thursday for architect Frank Gehry's desi...

 
 

KU Seeks Dismissal Of Lawsuit

By associated-press On Thu, 03 Apr 2014 10:57:13

KU Seeks Dismissal Of Lawsuit

The University of Kansas is seeking dismissal of a lawsuit by a former professor who claims its School of Medicine retaliated for his assertion that the university misappropriated federal research grants. The university and the Kansas Board of Regents argued in court filings Wednesday that they a...

 
 
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