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Ex-Cadet Enters Plea Over Battery at St. John’s Military School

By associated-press On Mon, 24 Jun 2013 21:28:53

Ex-Cadet Enters Plea Over Battery at St. John’s Military School

A former cadet leader accused of assaulting a younger student at a Kansas military school has struck a deal with prosecutors for a 45-day jail sentence. 18-year-old David J. Burke, of McLean, Va., entered an Alford plea Monday to a reduced charge of aggravated battery. Such a plea means he does n...

 
 

Hospital Ribbon Cutting

By associated-press On Mon, 24 Jun 2013 21:18:27

Hospital Ribbon Cutting

The public is invited to attend the ribbon cutting celebration for Memorial Hospital, 511 NE 10th St in Abilene, this coming Saturday. The ceremony will be held under the hospital’s front canopy. Senator Jerry Moran will deliver remarks which will be followed by guided tours of the new building...

 
 

Rice County Woman Pleads Guilty In Cattle Fraud

By ksal-staff On Mon, 24 Jun 2013 19:44:51

Rice County Woman Pleads Guilty In Cattle Fraud

A Rice County woman admits to a cattle fraud scheme. According to U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom, 37-year-old Carrie L. Frederick of Sterling pleaded guilty to three counts of wire fraud. In her plea, Frederick admitted she embezzled money while she worked for Sellers Farms, Inc., a livestock fee...

 
 

Kansas Insurance Commissioner Doesn’t Fit In GOP

By associated-press On Mon, 24 Jun 2013 17:04:39

Kansas Insurance Commissioner Doesn’t Fit In GOP

Outgoing Kansas Insurance Commissioner Sandy Praeger admits she no longer fits into the state Republican party she has served for most of her life. Praeger, who is in her final term as insurance commissioner, favors abortion rights and gun control, and is a strong supporter of the new health insu...

 
 

Start Of Fort Riley Soldier’s Trial Delayed

By associated-press On Mon, 24 Jun 2013 17:02:24

Start Of Fort Riley Soldier’s Trial Delayed

The trial for a former Fort Riley soldier charged with killing a Kansas National Guard member on New Year's Day in 2012 has been delayed for at least one day. Jury selection for the first-degree murder trial of 26-year-old Daniel Parker was scheduled to begin Monday in Riley County District Court...

 
 

School Counselor Says Not Guilty In Sex Case

By associated-press On Mon, 24 Jun 2013 16:16:57

School Counselor Says Not Guilty In Sex Case

A former middle school counselor has pleaded not guilty to having sex with a boy younger than 14. Thirty-two-year-old Brooke Dinkel, a former counselor for Smoky Valley Middle School, was bound over for trial Monday. She faces 10 counts of rape and 10 counts of aggravated criminal sodomy. Her tri...

 
 

Marquette Sex Predator Faces Hearing On Restitution

By associated-press On Mon, 24 Jun 2013 15:53:28

Marquette Sex Predator Faces Hearing On Restitution

A convicted child sex predator will have to wait another month before learning how much he must pay the 9-year-old Kansas girl he used to produce pornography. Monday's restitution hearing for 50-year-old Philip Andra Grigsby, of Marquette, has been continued to July 15 to give attorneys more time...

 
 

More Economical And Effecient Road Repair

By ksal-staff On Mon, 24 Jun 2013 15:47:40

More Economical And Effecient Road Repair

Officials Monday morning celebrated a local company's contribution to improving Salina streets. Bergkamp Industries manufactured the first ever continuous micro surfacing paver, and still manufactures it. Company Operating Officer Bill Cooper tells KSAL News that the technology makes it possible ...

 
 

Radiator Robbery

By davidweiner On Mon, 24 Jun 2013 15:38:50

Radiator Robbery

Still not found is the second perpetrator to an $8,000 radiator robbery. On June 22, the Roudy Busch salvage yard loacted on 1849 W North was broken into and robbed for six truck radiators. Detained by police is Steven Smith; 45, one of the men connected to the robbery whom after acquiring the ra...

 
 

Post-tenure review requirement taking shape at KU

By associated-press On Mon, 24 Jun 2013 09:28:56

Post-tenure review requirement taking shape at KU

Tenured University of Kansas professors soon will begin facing periodic reviews. The Lawrence Journal World reports that the goal of the reviews is to make sure tenured professors are still on track. But some faculty are worried that research will suffer because professors will be spending so ...

 
 
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