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Stossel Talks Government And Gambling

By toddpittenger On Fri, 05 Feb 2016 03:18:54

Stossel Talks Government And Gambling

Emmy-Award winning journalist John Stossel brought his message of less government to Salina Thursday. The former co-anchor and correspondent for ABC's "20/20" and current Fox Business News host was the featured speaker in front of about 800 people at the Salina Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Meetin...

 
 

YW Legacy Fund Grants Available

By ksal-staff On Thu, 04 Feb 2016 20:55:36

YW Legacy Fund Grants Available

The Greater Salina Community Foundation is pleased to a call for grant applications from the YW Legacy Fund. This fund makes grants to initiatives that support the mission of the former YWCA in our community. Approximately $20,800 in grant funds will be available this year for multiple projects. ...

 
 

Super Job

By jeff-garretson On Thu, 04 Feb 2016 18:47:18

Super Job

Former KSAL Sports Director Chris Allison is in San Francisco this week for Super Bowl 50 covering the Carolina Panthers. Allison is now part of 730 ESPN in Charlotte and joined in on the KSAL Morning News with a look at the NFL's biggest show. "This is my first Super Bowl," he said. "The m...

 
 

Parking as a Personality Test

By staff On Thu, 04 Feb 2016 16:07:30

Parking as a Personality Test

For almost 18 years now I have been parking in the same lot behind the “Beautifully Appointed Townsite Building.” And while many variables define and refine the human personality, I’ve noticed where you park says a lot about who you are. During regular business hours, the lot fills up and most...

 
 

KSU Mason Finds 88-Year-Old Note at Stadium

By associated-press On Thu, 04 Feb 2016 15:47:39

KSU Mason Finds 88-Year-Old Note at Stadium

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) - A mason working at Kansas State University has found an 88-year-old handwritten note that gives a glimpse into the lives of laborers in 1928. The mason found the note in a tobacco can he encountered in December while restoring and replacing stones at Kansas State University...

 
 

The White House Through The Lens

By toddpittenger On Thu, 04 Feb 2016 12:33:15

The White House Through The Lens

A former White House photographer offered a behind the lens look at what goes on behind scenes in Washington DC politics during a presentation in Salina Wednesday night. Retired White House Press Corps member Mark Reinstein spoke at Kansas Wesleyan University. Reinstein began as a freelance photo...

 
 

Scarves To Warm The Body And Soul

By toddpittenger On Thu, 04 Feb 2016 00:02:38

Scarves To Warm The Body And Soul

A small portion of Downtown Salina looked a little like Christmas Wednesday evening. Bright colored winter scarves were wrapped around trees, poles, and meters in an alley between Santa Fe and 7th Street. The scarves were not decorations. They were gifts for those who might be trying to fight off t...

 
 

Federal Prison For Former Manhattan Banker

By associated-press On Wed, 03 Feb 2016 21:07:09

Federal Prison For Former Manhattan Banker

A former Manhattan banker will serve time in federal prison for embezzlement. According to U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom's Office, the former branch manager of Kansas State Bank was sentenced Wednesday to 27 months in federal prison for embezzlement. In addition, she was ordered to pay $277,000 in ...

 
 

Guilty Plea in Fort Riley Bomb Plot

By associated-press On Wed, 03 Feb 2016 20:53:18

Guilty Plea in Fort Riley Bomb Plot

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) -  A 21-year-old man has pleaded guilty in federal court to two counts in connection with a plot to plant a bomb outside an Army post in northeast Kansas. John T. Booker Jr., of Topeka, changed his pleas to guilty Wednesday in U.S. District Court to charges of attempting to use...

 
 

Bill Would Allow Prosecution of Kansas Teachers

By associated-press On Wed, 03 Feb 2016 20:49:21

Bill Would Allow Prosecution of Kansas Teachers

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - Kansas lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow teachers and school administrators to be prosecuted for presented material perceived as harmful to minors. The bill passed the Senate last year and was considered in a House committee Tuesday. It stems from a 2014 contro...

 
 
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