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Stolen Truck Recovered, 1 Still Missing

By jeff-garretson On Wed, 07 Aug 2013 16:58:15

Stolen Truck Recovered, 1 Still Missing

Two trucks are stolen from a car dealer's detail shop. According to Lt. Scott Siemsen, one of the trucks has been recovered after thieves drove off with two Ford trucks from the Long McArthur Ford detail building at 2820 Foxborough, sometime between Friday night and Saturday morning. Police sa...

 
 

Tri Rivers Fair Bone Marrow Mission

By associated-press On Wed, 07 Aug 2013 16:37:18

Tri Rivers Fair Bone Marrow Mission

A Missouri couple is turning to the Tri Rivers Fair's talent contest in search of someone who might have what it takes to help save their four sons' lives. Tim and Maggie Murry are looking for bone marrow matches to help their sons fight a rare form of blood cancer called Diamond-Blackfan anemi...

 
 

Star Wars Action Figures Stolen

By jeff-garretson On Wed, 07 Aug 2013 16:28:03

Star Wars Action Figures Stolen

Three storage units are broken into on Copper Court. Police report that sometime between Sunday at 4pm and Monday at 8am, someone removed the locks on three storage units at Access Storage, 1640 Copper Court. Thieves did not remove any possessions from two of the units, but stole numerous item...

 
 

City Schedules Special Wednesday Meeting

By toddpittenger On Wed, 07 Aug 2013 15:58:49

City Schedules Special Wednesday Meeting

A day after the county rejected an offer of a joint city-county health department Salina City Commissioners call a special meeting. Saline County Commissioners reaffirmed late Tuesday afternoon that they do not want to enter into a new interlocal agreement with the City of Salina in regard to the...

 
 

Cleanup Continues At Storm Damaged Marina

By associated-press On Wed, 07 Aug 2013 15:47:27

Cleanup Continues At Storm Damaged Marina

Cleanup continues at the El Dorado Reservoir where winds earlier this week caused a fuel spill and damaged several boats and docks at the Shady Creek Marina. El Dorado State Park manager Seth Turner said Tuesday that the fuel spill is contained and crews were pumping water from a houseboat that ...

 
 

Kansas Leaves Many Of Its Poorest Uninsured

By ksal-staff On Wed, 07 Aug 2013 12:48:44

Kansas Leaves Many Of Its Poorest Uninsured

Kansas is leaving some of its poorest citizens uninsured. Kansas Insurance Commissioner Sandy Praeger says the Affordable Care Act will make it possible—for the first time—for all Americans to have access to health care. But in reality, thousands of Kansans will be left out. That’s becau...

 
 

Two Employees Capture Burglar

By associated-press On Wed, 07 Aug 2013 12:24:36

Two Employees Capture Burglar

Police say two alert employees caught and held a man who allegedly was trying to burglarize a Cargill plant in Topeka. Topeka police Sgt. Steve Roth says the employees saw the man break into a fenced-in area that holds heavy equipment on Tuesday night. When the employees ran into the area, the ma...

 
 

Kansas Among Fastest Growing Wind Markets

By associated-press On Wed, 07 Aug 2013 12:20:42

Kansas Among Fastest Growing Wind Markets

A new government report shows Kansas is among the largest and fastest growing wind energy markets in the country. The Energy Department reported Tuesday that Kansas ranks third among all U.S. states in the percentage of in-state electricity generation from wind power. The state installed 1,441 me...

 
 

Search Under Way For Missing Tortoise In NE Kansas

By associated-press On Wed, 07 Aug 2013 12:16:07

Search Under Way For Missing Tortoise In NE Kansas

A family pet has disappeared from outside a home in northeast Kansas, but chances are it didn't get very far unless someone gave it a lift. WIBW-TV reports (http://bit.ly/157gtRE ) the animal is a 50-pound tortoise that Geary County Sheriff Tony Wolf describes as about the size of a truck tire. ...

 
 

Tri-Rivers Parade

By davidweiner On Wed, 07 Aug 2013 02:28:27

Tri-Rivers Parade

Parents and children gathered on the street to watch the floats, firetrucks, dancers and horses go by. Yellow caution tape marked off Santa Fe in downtown Salina for the Tri-Rivers Fair parade Tuesday night. "We come out every year to the parade," Jessica Urbanek said, surrounded by her childr...

 
 
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