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Hoffman Bike Stolen

By jeff-garretson On Tue, 09 Jul 2013 16:42:07

Hoffman Bike Stolen

A bike is stolen from a front yard. Salina Police are looking for someone who removed a black, Hoffman bicycle with baby blue rims from a yard in the 400 block of Montrose. The owner told officers it was not locked up and was taken sometime Monday evening between 7:15pm and 9pm. The bike is valued a...

 
 

Kansas State School Board Reviewing Budget Issues

By toddpittenger On Tue, 09 Jul 2013 15:53:29

Kansas State School Board Reviewing Budget Issues

Kansas State Board of Education members are pondering how much additional funding for public schools they'll seek next year. The agenda for the board's meeting Tuesday includes a discussion of boosting general state aid and money for professional development and school lunch programs during the f...

 
 

Wichitan’s Nephew Facing Execution In Iraq

By associated-press On Tue, 09 Jul 2013 15:19:41

Wichitan’s Nephew Facing Execution In Iraq

A Wichita man says he's doing all he can to save his nephew from execution in Iraq. Musadik Mahdi, a Wichita aerospace engineer, says he fears his efforts will be in vain because his nephew is being held at a prison where executions happen on a whim. His nephew, Osama Jamal 'Abdallah Mahdi, w...

 
 

Notable Kansas Books Named For 2013

By associated-press On Tue, 09 Jul 2013 12:56:27

Notable Kansas Books Named For 2013

A biography of President Dwight Eisenhower, a history of the Kansas Bureau of Investigation and novels set in the state and elsewhere are among this year’s 15 notable Kansas books. State Librarian Jo Budler announced the list Monday. It honors books published last year by a Kansas author or on ...

 
 

K-State Student Gets 30 Years For Arson Death

By associated-press On Tue, 09 Jul 2013 12:45:34

K-State Student Gets 30 Years For Arson Death

A Kansas State University student who set a fire that killed a university researcher has been sentenced to 30 years in federal prison. U.S. District Judge Julie Robinson sentenced 20-year-old Manhattan, Kan., resident Patrick Martin Scahill on Monday for starting the Feb. 6 fire at Lee Crest Apar...

 
 

Several Kansas Sites Added To Historic Register

By associated-press On Tue, 09 Jul 2013 12:39:41

Several Kansas Sites Added To Historic Register

A Wamego home and a former high school in Belleville are among the newest Kansas sites added to the National Register of Historic Places. The Kansas Historical Society said in a release that the listings were entered into the National Register on June 25, bringing the total number of Kansas listi...

 
 

Two Killed In Barton County Oilfield Accident

By associated-press On Tue, 09 Jul 2013 12:25:19

Two Killed In Barton County Oilfield Accident

Barton County officials say a man and his son-in-law died in an oilfield-related accident. Sheriff Brian Bellendir says the men died Monday about one mile northeast of Claflin. The victims, 50-year-old Curtis Hoffman and 30-year-old Kebby Myers, apparently died after being overcome by hydrogen su...

 
 

Changes To KSAL Website

By ksal-staff On Mon, 08 Jul 2013 22:14:27

Changes To KSAL Website

Changes are coming to the KSAL website. While the content remains the same, it might look a little different. Users will still get 24 hour news updates from the KSAL News Team, and information updates on other pages including the jail bookings page, most wanted page, and FYI page. The biggest ...

 
 

Kansas Gains Emergency Management Accreditation

By associated-press On Mon, 08 Jul 2013 21:47:50

Kansas Gains Emergency Management Accreditation

Kansas has obtained national accreditation for the agency that oversees the state’s preparations for emergencies and its responses to disasters. Gov. Sam Brownback had a news conference Monday to celebrate the Division of Emergency Management’s five-year accreditation by the Emergency Managem...

 
 

Harvest Nearly 90 Percent Complete

By associated-press On Mon, 08 Jul 2013 21:19:14

Harvest Nearly 90 Percent Complete

The National Agricultural Statistics Service is reporting that Kansas farmers have harvested 87 percent of their winter wheat crop. The agency reported Monday that by this date last year the entire crop had been cut, but harvest activity is nearing the seasonal average of 89 percent. It also n...

 
 
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