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Project Salina Helps Critical Need

By ksal-staff On Thu, 27 Jun 2013 20:06:04

Project Salina Helps Critical Need

Salina opens its heart and helps to feed its hungry. Organizers deem the 2013 Project Salina effort a success. Project Salina, an annual effort to collect food to feed the hungry, is held each year in the Month of May. The project unites multiple businesses and organizations in an effort to colle...

 
 

Show Your Patriotism Through Service

By opinion-press On Thu, 27 Jun 2013 19:48:39

Show Your Patriotism Through Service

The Fourth of July is an all-American holiday – a day when communities across the country come together to wave the Red, White and Blue, and commemorate our nation’s independence with parades, fireworks and good barbecue. Every Kansas family celebrates in their own special way, but we are all un...

 
 

Tents Full of Explosives

By davidweiner On Thu, 27 Jun 2013 19:23:42

Tents Full of Explosives

The big white firework tents have been set up, stocked with explosives and are open to the public today through July 5. Wholesale Fireworks, a franchise fireworks company has opened up it's tents to Salinan's for the past five years due to the initiatives put fourth by Kenny Bird, his family and ...

 
 

3 Charged in Armed Robbery

By ksal-staff On Thu, 27 Jun 2013 19:13:52

3 Charged in Armed Robbery

Police add a charge of aggravated robbery to a Salina man, already in jail for a suspected murder. According to Lt. Scott Siemsen, investigators arrested a man and a woman for a robbery made at gunpoint in April - and allege that 25-year-old Joel Heil took part in the stick up on April 18th. H...

 
 

Salina Police Chief to Retire in October

By ksal-staff On Thu, 27 Jun 2013 17:00:33

Salina Police Chief to Retire in October

Salina Police Chief Jim Hill announced his retirement today during a media conference. Hill became Police Chief in January of 1991. He tells KSAL News that after 44-years of wearing a uniform there's a lot of mixed emotions. "It's kind of bittersweet because I have a lot of affection for the d...

 
 

Home Where Kansas Woman was Murdered Demolished

By associated-press On Thu, 27 Jun 2013 16:19:15

Home Where Kansas Woman was Murdered Demolished

The house in Kingman that burned after a woman was killed has been demolished. The two-story home of Vashti Forrest-Seacat was demolished Thursday, to the relief of neighbors. It had sat damaged and unusable since Seacat was killed in April 2011. Her husband, Brett Seacat, was found guilty ear...

 
 

KSAL’s Harvest Fest at Cargill Today

By ksal-staff On Thu, 27 Jun 2013 16:11:45

KSAL’s Harvest Fest at Cargill Today

Combines are rolling in central Kansas and KSAL Radio's "Harvest Fest" is in full swing. KSAL's Rich Alexander was in Abilene yesterday at the Gavilon Grain Elevator, celebrating an on-air tradition that continues to reach out to Kansas producers and families as the wheat harvest comes in. Fie...

 
 

Feds Seek To Revoke Celebrity Hunter’s Probation

By associated-press On Thu, 27 Jun 2013 15:13:47

Feds Seek To Revoke Celebrity Hunter’s Probation

Federal prosecutors want a celebrity hunter from Tennessee to spend three months in jail for violating probation in a Kansas case. William "Spook" Spann is scheduled to appear at a hearing in federal court Thursday afternoon. Prosecutors are seeking to have his probation revoked in a 2007 case in...

 
 

What’s In A Number?

By opinion-press On Thu, 27 Jun 2013 13:46:48

What’s In A Number?

The Salina Regional Airport's FAA contract tower recorded 92,499 total operations over the past 12 months. An impressive number, but it is even more impressive to realize the various types of aviation activity and flights that add up to 92,499 takeoffs and landings. * Military aviation * Sched...

 
 

50 Dogs Removed From Great Bend Home

By associated-press On Thu, 27 Jun 2013 13:43:39

50 Dogs Removed From Great Bend Home

A Great Bend animal shelter is over capacity after 50 dogs were removed from a woman's home. The Golden Belt Humane Society coordinated the roundup of the animals from a trailer home Tuesday on the southeast side of Great Bend. A concerned citizen notified People for the Ethical Treatment of Anim...

 
 
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