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Gone But Not Forgotten

By toddpittenger On Sat, 13 Jun 2015 12:01:20

Gone But Not Forgotten

Saturday marks the 40 year anniversary of one the most tragic days in Salina's history. On June 13, 1975, Salina Police Officer Jerry Ivey was shot and killed by a robbery suspect. According to an Officer Down Memorial to Ivey, he was shot and killed by a suspect armed with a Browning high-powere...

 
 

Accused Teen Stabber Back in Court

By ksal-staff On Sat, 13 Jun 2015 11:26:35

Accused Teen Stabber Back in Court

A Saline County teen accused of stabbing her sister to death appeared in court Friday afternoon. 15-year-old Sierra Niehaus appeared with her attorney as Judge Patrick Thompson listened to, and ruled on, a few pre-trial motions. Sierra is scheduled to stand trial in September in connection with t...

 
 

Legislature Passes Tax Plan

By associated-press On Sat, 13 Jun 2015 02:43:49

Legislature Passes Tax Plan

The Kansas Legislature has finished its business for the year except for a brief adjournment ceremony June 26. Lawmakers' annual session lasted 113 days. It was the longest in state history. The previous record was 107 days in 2002. Deep disagreements among majority Republicans about raising t...

 
 

Poignant Beginning To Big Band Dance

By ksal-staff On Sat, 13 Jun 2015 02:22:59

Poignant Beginning To Big Band Dance

It was a poignant moment that began one of the classiest events at the Smoky Hill River Festival Friday evening. As festival-goers gathered inside the Bicentennial Center for the popular Big Band Dance with Bobby Layne and his orchestra, a brief ceremony honored the man who had hosted the event f...

 
 

Teen Accused In Shooting Transferred To Adult Jail

By toddpittenger On Fri, 12 Jun 2015 20:02:04

Teen Accused In Shooting Transferred To Adult Jail

A 17-year-old boy who is one of 6 people accused in the shooting death of a Salina South High School student, was transferred this week to the Saline County Jail from a juvenile detention center in Junction City where he was being held. 17-year-old Andrew Woodring appeared in juvenile court in Sa...

 
 

Festival Fun Without Sun

By jeff-garretson On Fri, 12 Jun 2015 19:36:12

Festival Fun Without Sun

Oakdale Park was bustling with people early Friday morning, taking in the opening acts and artist of the 2015 Smoky Hill River Festival. Under the threat of rain Thursday, nearly 11,000 music fans crowded into the park for the Festival Jam - Friday cool temperatures and a slight drizzle did not d...

 
 

River Festival Food Vendors Arrested

By ksal-staff On Fri, 12 Jun 2015 16:28:47

River Festival Food Vendors Arrested

Two Nebraska men operating a food booth at the Smoky hill River Festival in Salina were arrested late Thursday night. Salina Police Captain Mike Sweeney says that the men, who are half brothers, got into an altercation with one another. During the altercation, 23-year-old Kevin Waites allegedly c...

 
 

Homeland Security Raids Salina Home

By toddpittenger On Fri, 12 Jun 2015 16:09:59

Homeland Security Raids Salina Home

The Salina Police Department assisted the Department of Homeland Security in executing a search warrant on Thursday, seized a large amount of methamphetamine, and made two arrests. Salina Police Captain Mike Sweeney said Friday morning that officers from the I 135 / I 70 Drug Task Force, along wi...

 
 

Abused By Parents, Now Abuser Himself?

By joan-jerkovich On Fri, 12 Jun 2015 15:03:09

Abused By Parents, Now Abuser Himself?

My boyfriend & baby’s daddy doesn’t see the emotional & mental abuse he was/is subject to from his parents, his dad mostly. He is now carrying that over into our child’s life. There was a lot of manipulation & control the 1st 3 years of our relationship, by his parents & hi...

 
 

New Tax Plan Passes House; Headed To Senate

By associated-press On Fri, 12 Jun 2015 13:50:57

New Tax Plan Passes House; Headed To Senate

The Kansas Senate will determine whether a plan for raising sales and cigarette taxes to erase a budget deficit will clear the Legislature. Senators are expected to vote Friday on a bill increasing the state's sales tax to 6.5 percent from 6.15 percent. The House approved the measure early Friday m...

 
 
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