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Fort Riley Hosting Army Education Fair

By associated-press On Mon, 11 Nov 2013 12:34:49

Fort Riley Hosting Army Education Fair

Representatives from various colleges and universities are converging on Fort Riley to host an Army education fair for current and prospective students. The event Thursday will allow soldiers and their families to meet with admissions counselors to learn more about programs at schools in Kansas a...

 
 

Kansas gets $394K for renewable energy

By ksal-staff On Mon, 11 Nov 2013 05:28:37

Kansas gets $394K for renewable energy

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is providing incentives for rural Kansas to improve energy efficiency. The Topeka Capital-Journal reports the USDA's Rural Energy for America Program is providing about $394,000 in grants for 38 renewable energy and energy-efficiency projects in Kansas. Projects...

 
 

Federal Reserve commissions KU artwork

By associated-press On Mon, 11 Nov 2013 05:27:00

Federal Reserve commissions KU artwork

Students at the University of Kansas are creating a commissioned artwork for the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. Matthew Burke, a KU associate professor of sculpture, is leading a class called, "Special Topics in Art: The Federal Reserve Commission," which will be offered each semester throu...

 
 

Hearing set for McConnell, refueling tankers

By associated-press On Mon, 11 Nov 2013 05:26:01

Hearing set for McConnell, refueling tankers

The U.S. Air Force is holding a hearing in Wichita to gauge public support for McConnell Air Force Base as it considers sites for a new fleet of refueling tankers. The Wichita Eagle reports  the Air Force in May named McConnell as the preferred site for 36 KC-46A tankers to be sited beginning in...

 
 

Kansas opening day for birds lackluster

By associated-press On Mon, 11 Nov 2013 05:22:04

Kansas opening day for birds lackluster

Hunters were mostly disappointed with opening day of the season for upland game birds in central Kansas. The Salina Journal reports farmers, landowners and experts with the state Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism were all predicting a bleak opener Saturday largely because of drought. Greg...

 
 

KC’s Union Station showing civics documentary

By ksal-staff On Sun, 10 Nov 2013 17:58:10

KC’s Union Station showing civics documentary

A movie playing at Union Station in Kansas City for the next three weeks is part of an effort to reverse a decline in basic civics knowledge in the U.S. The 40-minute, giant-screen historical drama called "We the People" premiered Thursday. Filmmakers Aimee Larrabee and John Altman say they want ...

 
 

Tribes in Kansas oppose move by Delaware

By ksal-staff On Sun, 10 Nov 2013 17:34:12

Tribes in Kansas oppose move by Delaware

The leader of the Oklahoma-based Delaware Tribe says the tribe could pursue a casino in Kansas, but the tribe also has a broader vision of providing services to Native Americans. In an "open letter to the people of Kansas," Chief Paula Pechonick said Saturday she wanted to address speculation abo...

 
 

Veterans Day Events Planned In Salina

By ksal-staff On Sun, 10 Nov 2013 15:17:03

Veterans Day Events Planned In Salina

Several events are planned in Salina Monday to honor veterans on Veterans Day. Lt. Col. Richard Fisher, executive officer of the Great Plains Joint Training Center and garrison commander of the Kansas Army National Guard Training Center, will be the guest speaker at a Veterans Day Ceremony at the...

 
 

Fort Riley Launching Operation Santa Claus

By ksal-staff On Sun, 10 Nov 2013 14:30:43

Fort Riley Launching Operation Santa Claus

Fort Riley is ready for Operation Santa Claus. According to the Army, the 1st Infantry Division and Fort Riley are once again beginning their annual Operation Santa fundraising event with a ceremony at 10 a.m. this Wednesday at Operation Santa headquarters, located at 261 Stuart Ave. on Fort Rile...

 
 

Wichita woman gets probation in fatal DUI

By ksal-staff On Sun, 10 Nov 2013 12:17:51

Wichita woman gets probation in fatal DUI

A Sedgwick County judge has granted probation for a 31-year-old Wichita woman whose 6-year-old son died in crash while she was driving drunk. Crystal Ross pleaded guilty in September to involuntary manslaughter while driving under the influence, which usually carries a sentence of about three yea...

 
 
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