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Friends Say Goodbye To Longtime Educator

By ksal-staff On Thu, 21 May 2015 19:15:58

Friends Say Goodbye To Longtime Educator

Family and friends said goodbye to a longtime Salina area educator, volunteer, and friend. Jerry Dyck was laid to rest Thursday morning. Mr. Dyck was well known to many people who grew up in Salina in the late 1960s through the early 1990s. He was the principal of Sunset Elementary for 27 years, ...

 
 

House Approves Bill Upping Secretary of State’s Power

By associated-press On Thu, 21 May 2015 16:28:36

House Approves Bill Upping Secretary of State’s Power

The House has approved a bill that would give Kansas' secretary of state the power to prosecute election fraud. The chamber's 67-55 vote Thursday sends the measure to Republican Gov. Sam Brownback. Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach has sought prosecutorial authority on election fraud cases...

 
 

Police Arrest Shoplifter at Mall

By ksal-staff On Thu, 21 May 2015 16:03:42

Police Arrest Shoplifter at Mall

A McPherson woman is jailed on a shoplifting charge in Salina. According to Police Captain Chris Trocheck, 30-year-old Challas Wysocki was confronted by staff at Dillard's Clothing Store in the Central Mall, on Wednesday evening at about 6:30pm. Officers later searched her purse and found merc...

 
 

Report: Lobbyist Still Influences Governor

By associated-press On Thu, 21 May 2015 15:39:59

Report: Lobbyist Still Influences Governor

A newspaper is reporting that email records show David Kensinger, Gov. Sam Brownback's former chief of staff, continues to have influence on the administration even after he became a lobbyist. The Brownback administration disagrees with that contention. The governor said in October he rarely spea...

 
 

“Red Nose Day” In Salina

By ksal-staff On Wed, 20 May 2015 22:38:15

“Red Nose Day” In Salina

The Salina Area United Way is participating in the first nationwide "Red Nose Day" event. On May 21st Red Nose Day will be celebrated across the U.S. for the first time. This campaign is dedicated to raising money for children and young people living in poverty across the world by making people l...

 
 

Bill To Boost Secretary of State’s Power Advances

By associated-press On Wed, 20 May 2015 21:27:15

Bill To Boost Secretary of State’s Power Advances

The House has advanced a bill that would give Kansas' secretary of state the power to prosecute election fraud. The chamber gave the measure first-round approval Wednesday. Several lawmakers questioned the necessity of the bill, given the relatively few recorded instances of election fraud. Ot...

 
 

Governor Not Drawing Clear Lines On Taxes

By associated-press On Wed, 20 May 2015 21:24:41

Governor Not Drawing Clear Lines On Taxes

Republican Gov. Sam Brownback says he's not drawing clear lines on what he'll accept as the GOP-dominated Kansas Legislature considers backtracking on one of his major economic initiatives. Brownback said Wednesday that such an approach is more helpful as lawmakers work on a plan for raising taxe...

 
 

Mortar Shell Found At Salina Scrap Business

By toddpittenger On Wed, 20 May 2015 19:55:59

Mortar Shell Found At Salina Scrap Business

The discovery of a mortar shell at a Salina scrap business prompted an area of Salina Downtown to be blocked off Wednesday afternoon. Division Chief David Turner from the Salina Fire Department told KSAL News at the scene that employees of Salina Iron & Metal at 312 N. 5th Street made the dis...

 
 

4 of 5 Hutchinson Teenagers Plead Not Guilty in Alleged Plot

By associated-press On Wed, 20 May 2015 15:45:56

4 of 5 Hutchinson Teenagers Plead Not Guilty in Alleged Plot

Four of five teenagers accused of conspiring to carry out a shooting at Hutchison High School have pleaded not guilty in juvenile court. The Hutchinson News reports three of the suspects denied the charges in court Tuesday, while a fourth suspect previously denied the charges in writing. The fift...

 
 

Metal Shed Stolen

By ksal-staff On Wed, 20 May 2015 15:40:37

Metal Shed Stolen

Salina Police are investigating the theft of a small storage shed. The owner told officers a tan, 4-foot by 6-foot, metal shed was removed from a property he had recently purchased in the 600 block of N. Broadway. Police say someone also stole a tool box from the lot sometime between Monday at...

 
 
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