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Party In Marion Lands Wyoming Basketball Player In Trouble

By associated-press On Wed, 31 Jul 2013 17:17:09

Party In Marion Lands Wyoming Basketball Player In Trouble

Wyoming sophomore forward Whitney Gordon faces charges stemming from a house party in her hometown of Marion, Kansas. Prosecuting attorney Brian Bina says the charges against Gordon mainly involve minors and alcohol but include one count of interference with law enforcement. Gordon has an in...

 
 

Kan. Dems Want to Re-examine Voting Laws

By associated-press On Wed, 31 Jul 2013 16:40:57

Kan. Dems Want to Re-examine Voting Laws

Some Wichita Democrats want Kansas legislators to use the special session in September to fix a problem they say exists in the state's new voting laws. Currently, more than 12,000 voter registration applications are in suspense because individuals lacked proof of citizenship when they registered ...

 
 

Salina Bulk Solids Innovation Center Plans Unveiled

By toddpittenger On Wed, 31 Jul 2013 15:43:28

Salina Bulk Solids Innovation Center Plans Unveiled

A nearly $3.5 million project is expected to be a shot in the arm for Salina and for Kansas State University. Officials Wednesday morning announced plans for the Salina Bulk Solids Innovation Center. The primary partners in the project are K-Tron of Salina and the K-State campuses both in Salina ...

 
 

Theft On Kirwin

By davidweiner On Wed, 31 Jul 2013 15:23:39

Theft On Kirwin

A theft occurred last Sunday, totalling $800 in losses. Taking place in the 100 block of E Kirwin, Danny Paulson, 47, woke up in his home to find that he was missing a laptop, flash drive, mp3 player, hammer drill, smartphone, headphones, a backpack and a Samurai sword. The night of the theft,...

 
 

Several Vandalism Reports at University of Kansas

By associated-press On Wed, 31 Jul 2013 14:37:45

Several Vandalism Reports at University of Kansas

University of Kansas police are investigating several acts of vandalism at campus buildings this month. The vandalism began July 12 when someone caused $5,000 damage in a bathroom at Wescoe Hall and benches on the building's ground floor. Damage was later reported at Blake Hall, Fraser Hall, M...

 
 

Enrollment Day At Salina Schools

By ksal-staff On Wed, 31 Jul 2013 14:20:01

Enrollment Day At Salina Schools

For those who have not already did so online, enrollment is this week at Salina USD 305 Schools. Here is the enrollment schedule for those not using the new online process: Enrollment at school buildings July 31 * Elementary Schools – Enrollment 8AM – 7PM * Middle Schools – Enrollment...

 
 

Capuchin Priests End Era Moving Out Of Hays

By toddpittenger On Wed, 31 Jul 2013 13:44:13

Capuchin Priests End Era Moving Out Of Hays

An era that began in 1878 is ending in Hays this week. Three Capuchin priests are moving from the St. Joseph friary in Hays to a friary in Victoria. The Capuchin order started the St. Joseph parish in 1878 but the order announced last spring that it would leave the parish this year. Fathers...

 
 

Driver Hitting Cows Hurt

By ksal-staff On Wed, 31 Jul 2013 12:25:08

Driver Hitting Cows Hurt

A truck driver is hurt when he hits multiple cows late Tuesday night, According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, 31-year-old Matthew Salter from Missouri Valley, Iowa, was driving a Peterbilt semi on K15 Highway. He struck four cows, and ended up in the east ditch. Salter was hurt, and was trans...

 
 

Texting Program Delivers Tips To New Parents

By associated-press On Wed, 31 Jul 2013 09:21:48

Texting Program Delivers Tips To New Parents

A new program aims to deliver tips to new parents over their cell phones. The Kansas Early Childhood Advisory Council and Kansas Project LAUNCH have awarded $40,000 in mini grants to communities across the state. The money will help promote a texting campaign designed to provide parents with easy...

 
 

KU Autism Researchers Get $1.2M Grant

By associated-press On Wed, 31 Jul 2013 09:11:49

KU Autism Researchers Get $1.2M Grant

University of Kansas researchers have received a $1.2 million grant to test whether an iPad voice output application can help children with autism. The researchers will train pre-schoolers with autism and their classmates to use the app. The researchers want to determine whether the technology ca...

 
 
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