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Manning Arrives At Fort Leavenworth Prison

By associated-press On Thu, 22 Aug 2013 21:26:23

Manning Arrives At Fort Leavenworth Prison

Officials at Fort Leavenworth say Bradley Manning has arrived at the U.S. Disciplinary Barracks to begin serving a 35-year prison term. A brief statement from the northeast Kansas post Thursday afternoon gave no other details about Manning's arrival or status. He previously spent nearly two yea...

 
 

Bethany College Swedes Sweep Lindsborg

By ksal-staff On Thu, 22 Aug 2013 19:52:22

Bethany College Swedes Sweep Lindsborg

More than 200 Bethany College students, staff, and faculty volunteered for the inaugural “Swede Sweep,” a day devoted to group service projects around Lindsborg. Projects took place across the community as well as along Burma Road and Bethany Drive with McPherson County road crews. More than ...

 
 

Firefighters Relief Fund Distributed

By associated-press On Thu, 22 Aug 2013 15:58:57

Firefighters Relief Fund Distributed

Saline County firefighting relief organizations are receiving over $300,000 in state insurance funds. According to Kansas Insurance Commissioner Sandy Praeger's office, they are currently making the annual funds distribution to state and local firefighter relief organizations. More than $11.6 ...

 
 

Burglary, Theft And Damage Property

By davidweiner On Thu, 22 Aug 2013 15:35:22

Burglary, Theft And Damage Property

A home on N 10th St. was broken into on Tuesday. There were signs of forced entry through a window of the home of Cheryl Palmer, 64. Palmer was away from her home when the burglary occurred and noticed that she was missing property soon after returning. From her home was stolen two rings, one ...

 
 

USD 305 Ready for Public Q&A

By jeff-garretson On Thu, 22 Aug 2013 15:27:23

USD 305 Ready for Public Q&A

USD 305 Superintendent Bill Hall is inviting the public to a community meeting tonight at Salina South High School. Hall, now in his third year at the helm of Salina schools, stopped into the KSAL Morning News Thursday with a look at some of the challenges that lie ahead for the district. "We ...

 
 

Agency Seeks Smaller Westar Rate Increase

By associated-press On Thu, 22 Aug 2013 14:47:45

Agency Seeks Smaller Westar Rate Increase

A Kansas consumer advocate agency says Westar Energy Inc. can get by with a smaller rate increase and still be able to make necessary environmental improvements at its power plants. David Springe, an attorney for the Citizens Utility Ratepayers Board, filed testimony Wednesday with the Kansas Co...

 
 

Construction To Begin At Busy Intersection

By ksal-staff On Thu, 22 Aug 2013 14:42:56

Construction To Begin At Busy Intersection

A construction project will alter traffic at a busy South Salina intersection. According to the City of Salina, on Monday Pavers Inc. will begin removal and replacement of the pavement at the Magnolia Road and Belmont Boulevard intersection. The first phase of work will be to replace the nort...

 
 

Weird Facebook Pics?~Joan Jerkovich “Your” Life Coach

By joan-jerkovich On Thu, 22 Aug 2013 13:00:23

Weird Facebook Pics?~Joan Jerkovich “Your” Life Coach

I like taking profile pictures of myself for Facebook that I think are sexy and show my masculine side but I get comments asking if I’m OK? or am I trying to show my dark side? Is this a case of my Facebook friends just don’t get me? Probably not dude!  Seriously, if your Facebook friends ar...

 
 

Nickerson, Sterling Co-Ops Considering Merger

By associated-press On Thu, 22 Aug 2013 12:37:32

Nickerson, Sterling Co-Ops Considering Merger

Members of co-ops in Nickerson and Sterling will vote next month on whether to merge. The merger of the Nickerson's Farmers Co-op and Farmers Co-op Union of Sterling requires a two-thirds vote of approval by both cooperatives. If approved, the new cooperative would be called Central Prairie Co-op...

 
 

Smell Keeps Visitors Away From City Lake

By associated-press On Thu, 22 Aug 2013 11:53:09

Smell Keeps Visitors Away From City Lake

There's good news and bad news for the Anthony City Lake. The good news — after two years of drought, recent rains have filled the lake again. The bad news — the lake smells. And weeds that grew while the lake was dry are raising concerns about safety for swimmers and boat propellers. The ...

 
 
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