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Salina Man Gets Federal Prison Time In Gun Case

By ksal-staff On Mon, 28 Apr 2014 22:26:59

Salina Man Gets Federal Prison Time In Gun Case

A Salina man gets a three-year federal prison sentence in a firearms case. According to U.S. Barry Grissom's office, 22-year-old Kalun James Purucker was sentenced Monday to 37 months in federal prison on a federal firearms charge. Purucker pleaded guilty to one count of unlawful possession o...

 
 

Bill Burke Park Emergency Exit Approved

By ksal-staff On Mon, 28 Apr 2014 22:16:08

Bill Burke Park Emergency Exit Approved

Salina City Commissioners approve a project creating an emergency exit at the Bill Burke Park sports complex. Currently the complex, which has multiple baseball and soccer fields, has only one access point to enter and exit. The only way vehicles can go in and out of the park is via an access roa...

 
 

Golfing With a Mission

By jeff-garretson On Mon, 28 Apr 2014 18:57:23

Golfing With a Mission

An organization that promotes second chances - wants area golfers to line up for a 'Mulligan' to help those in need. The 15th Annual Mulligan Stew Golf Tournament is teeing off Friday, May 23rd and will benefit the Salina Rescue Mission and Emergency Aid Food Bank. Steve Kmetz, Salina Rescue M...

 
 

Beloit Trio Arrested in Salina Conflict

By ksal-staff On Mon, 28 Apr 2014 16:57:27

Beloit Trio Arrested in Salina Conflict

Three Beloit residents are arrested in Salina after a confrontation. Alexander Hiserote-Eich, 20, Dylan Crannell, 21 and Lacey Palmer, 20 were booked into Saline County jail on aggravated assault charges. On April 25th at approximately 6:37pm Jason Seibel, 21 and Chelsea Mallory, 22 both of Sa...

 
 

Police Log

By ksal-staff On Mon, 28 Apr 2014 16:49:45

Police Log

Miscellaneous items are stolen from a northeast Salina residence. Officers were called to a property located in the 1200 block of Elmhurst on April 25th. The suspect allegedly forced his way through a garage door. Reported missing was a Schwinn Bicycle, Craftsman socket set, handcrafted saddle...

 
 

Arrests Made in Stolen ATV Event

By ksal-staff On Mon, 28 Apr 2014 16:09:31

Arrests Made in Stolen ATV Event

After two ATVs and a trailer are stolen on Tuesday, Salina Police have made an arrest in connection to the case. A 7-foot by 12-foot trailer that had two Yamaha Grizzly ATVs on board was stolen from the west parking lot of the LaQuinta Inn at the 200 block of East Diamond Drive on April 22nd betw...

 
 

Storms Kick Up Heavy Dust In Central Kansas

By associated-press On Mon, 28 Apr 2014 12:12:37

Storms Kick Up Heavy Dust In Central Kansas

Storms that roared through the Midwest kicked up dust in drought-stricken western Kansas, causing a multi-car accident in Oklahoma just across the Kansas border and severely reducing visibility farther east. Tyrone, Okla., fire chief Anthony Adams says the blowing dust caused accidents involving ...

 
 

Couples Commit to Children But Not Marriage?

By joan-jerkovich On Mon, 28 Apr 2014 12:00:24

Couples Commit to Children But Not Marriage?

I find it puzzling that couples today think it’s less of a commitment to have a child together, than to get married. They don’t hesitate to commit to having a child together. They hesitate to get married. That doesn’t make sense to me. Maybe this is more of a comment than a question. Thanks fo...

 
 

Veteran Gives $628,000 To K-State

By associated-press On Mon, 28 Apr 2014 11:57:37

Veteran Gives $628,000 To K-State

A $629,000 gift has been given by the estate of a former Army officer to the Kansas State University military science program to provide more opportunities for future officers. The university said Friday that the estate of Lt. Col. Albert E. Hylton III had provided the donation to establish a fun...

 
 

Washburn’s New Communication Policy Draws Fire

By associated-press On Mon, 28 Apr 2014 11:52:47

Washburn’s New Communication Policy Draws Fire

A newspaper report suggests that faculty members at Washburn University must now alert the school's administration before they talk to public officials or members of the media. Academic affairs vice president Randy Pembrook said the policy developed earlier this month was intended only for the un...

 
 
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