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Runners Ready For Eisenhower Marathon

Todd PittengerApril 5, 2019

Hundreds of runners will hit the streets in and around Abilene on Saturday for the 17th running of the Eisenhower Marathon. The event is one of the largest of its kind in Kansas. The Eisenhower Marathon is a qualifying event for the Boston Marathon. It attracts runners from all over the country, and in some years, from all over the world. Runners at the Eisenhower Marathon, Half Marathon, 10K,...

McPherson County Head-On Crash

Jeremy BohnApril 4, 2019

A two car, head-on crash in eastern McPherson County sent a Texas man to the hospital. The Kansas Highway Patrol tells KSAL News that the crash happened on US 56 Highway just east of the community of Galva on Thursday morning. A 2003 Dodge pickup being driven by 68-year-old Michael Ray Kotria of Weimar, Tex. was traveling eastbound on US 56 when his vehicle went left of center and crashed he...

Man Killed in Manhattan Crash

Todd PittengerApril 4, 2019

One person was killed in a single vehicle crash in north Manhattan. According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, 40-year-old Andrew Drysdale was driving a 2008 Toyota Yaris headed north bound on K 113 Highway, or Sethchild Road. He failed to stop at the intersection of U.S. 24 Highway, or Tuttle Creek Boulevard. The car crashed through a guardrail, went down an embankment, and hit a tree. It came...

5 Aggravated Assault Charges For Salina Man

KSAL StaffApril 4, 2019

Loud music resulted in knife threats on Santa Fe. The Salina Police Department told media; On April 3rd at 2:40 pm police were called to the 200 block of N. Santa Fe. 5 subjects were sitting in a parked car in front of The Voo. Mark Edson (48) pulled up next to them in a silver GMC pickup truck with the music blasting. The front passenger of the other vehicle made a comment to him about his ...

Texas Woman Scammed Salina Man

KSAL StaffApril 4, 2019

Salina Police were contacted after a Salina man was scammed out of over $2,000. Charles Kirby (56) of Salina was selling a $1,000 1992 Chevy Silverado for his friend online. He was contacted by a female claiming to be from Texas about the vehicle. The woman gave Kirby a cashier's check for $2,980, he cashed the check at his bank and paid the truck owner $1,000 and kept a small amount. For a tot...

Vehicle Burglary At Jerry Ivey Park

Sarah ReppApril 4, 2019

An unknown suspect broke into a Salina woman's car at Jerry Ivey Park. Salina Police told media; Around 5:00 PM on April 3rd, Brenda Shultz parked her 2018 Kia Sorento on the west side of Jerry Ivey Park. Around 40 minutes later she returned to her car and discovered the back passenger window was shattered. Her purse was stolen from the passenger side floorboard. The purse contained her wall...

Public Invited to KSU Poly Open House

Julee CobbApril 4, 2019

Experience the power of polytechnic and attend K-State Polytechnic’s annual Open House this Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Open House is a day full of fun activities for all ages. Start the morning with delicious flapjacks and fixings at the Flight Team pancake breakfast from 8 a.m. to noon. Tour through the hands-on academic showcase to experience degree options available on campus and the p...

Area Students Perform Well in Competition

Fort Hays State UniversityApril 4, 2019

A student from Clay Center was on the winning team, while a student from Assaria also fared well in a competition at  Fort Hays State University. A team of four Fort Hays State University students won the $6,000, first-place Faulkner Challenge business plan prize at the university last weekend. The competition is hosted by the university’s Center for Entrepreneurship in the W.R. and Yvonn...

Downtown Ready For Another “First Friday”

KSAL StaffApril 4, 2019

A combination of art and music will come alive for another "First Friday" event in downtown Salina. According to Salina Arts & Humanities, "First Friday" programming kicks off at 4 p.m. on Friday, April 5 with events including a visual-arts reception for “Art Factory 19,” a showcase of nineteen Salina Central High School AP Studio Arts seniors at the Salina Public Library, 301 W. Elm St...

Carrington Comedy Show Postponed; Rescheduled

Todd PittengerApril 3, 2019

A funny-man  is still making his fifth trip to Salina, but it will be several months later than originally scheduled. The Stiefel Theatre says the Rodney Carrington show scheduled for May 10th has been postponed, and rescheduled. The new date is Friday, September 27th. Tickets for the rescheduled show go on sale Friday. Tickets for the postponed May show are good for the new date. If you ha...




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