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School Conceals Location Of Painting

By associated-press On Mon, 26 Jan 2015 14:43:32

School Conceals Location Of Painting

Some members of a class that donated a Thomas Hart Benton painting to a Shawnee Mission school in the 1950s are wondering where the gift is being kept. The district says it has the painting, called "Utah Highlands," but it isn't saying where. The district's spokeswoman says the location is being ...

 
 

Record Warm Temperatures Possible

By ksal-staff On Mon, 26 Jan 2015 12:45:56

Record Warm Temperatures Possible

As the east coast prepares for a blizzard that is expected to drop record snowfall amounts in some areas, record warmth is possible in the midwest. According to the National Weather Service, record setting high temperatures will overspread the area Monday and Tuesday. Highs in the 70s will be po...

 
 

Dalton Gang Attraction Added To Historic List

By associated-press On Mon, 26 Jan 2015 12:21:34

Dalton Gang Attraction Added To Historic List

A southwest Kansas roadside museum about a gang of bank and train robbers is among the newest properties added to the National Register of Historic Places. The Kansas Historical Society said in a news release that the Dalton Gang Hideout & Museum in Meade County is one of six new Kansas listi...

 
 

Pedestrian Hit By Semi

By associated-press On Mon, 26 Jan 2015 12:14:42

Pedestrian Hit By Semi

The Kansas Highway Patrol says a pedestrian is dead after being hit by a semi-trailer in Cowley County. Troopers say the deceased is 23-year-old Vance Lee Oliver of Winfield. The accident happened Sunday morning near the intersection of Kansas Highway 360 and U.S. 77. The state highway patrol ...

 
 

Legislators Beginning Budget Discussions

By associated-press On Mon, 26 Jan 2015 12:13:02

Legislators Beginning Budget Discussions

Kansas legislative committees are preparing to consider proposals for closing a projected $279 million shortfall in the state's current budget. House Appropriations Committee Chairman Ron Ryckman Jr. says the panel will begin hearings Wednesday on budget-balancing legislation. The Senate Ways ...

 
 

Chisholm Trail Could Become National Historic Trail

By ksal-staff On Sun, 25 Jan 2015 22:16:30

Chisholm Trail Could Become National Historic Trail

A National Park Service feasibility study/environmental assessment for the Chisholm and Great Western National Historic Trail is complete and is available for public comment. This has been a four year project. In 2010 the National Park Service conducted 12 public meetings along the trails to receive...

 
 

Republican White House maybes court evangelicals toward 2016

By associated-press On Sun, 25 Jan 2015 17:34:22

Republican White House maybes court evangelicals toward 2016

Jeb Bush and Mitt Romney are courting the Republican Party's elite donors in the early maneuvering for the 2016 presidential race. But several other potential Republican candidates are concentrating their efforts on Christian conservatives. Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal hosted a prayer rally in ...

 
 

KSU Salina Hosting Diversity Event

By ksal-staff On Sun, 25 Jan 2015 17:23:32

KSU Salina Hosting Diversity Event

In an effort to offer more cultural experiences to the campus and community, Kansas State University Salina’s Multicultural Student Union will be hosting a Diversity High Tea that will feature a question and answer forum with the cast of “Clybourne Park” from Salina Community Theatre. The pres...

 
 

Governor Proposes Reversing School Funding Increase

By associated-press On Sun, 25 Jan 2015 17:14:46

Governor Proposes Reversing School Funding Increase

Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback is proposing to backpedal on a much-ballyhooed increase in state spending on public schools after seeking to slow down aggressive tax-cutting to close budget shortfalls. Brownback won a name in conservative circles by successfully pushing lawmakers to slash personal inco...

 
 

Drones Could Impact Food Supply

By associated-press On Sun, 25 Jan 2015 12:41:34

Drones Could Impact Food Supply

Herding cattle. Counting fish. Taking an animal's temperature. Applying pesticides. The president of the National Farmers Union says that when it comes to drones, "your imagination can go pretty wild in terms of what would be possible." This month, the Federal Aviation Administration issued th...

 
 
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