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Highest Water Release at Kanopolis Since 1995

Todd PittengerJune 10, 2019

As water levels at an area lake remain high the water release will be increased. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers tells KSAL News tells KSAL News Kanopolis remains over 30 feet above multipurpose pool. They plan to increase the water release to 3,500 cubic feet per second on Monday. This will be the highest release since 1995. Officials say they do not anticipate any downstream flooding or o...

Missing Cattle Sought

Todd PittengerJune 10, 2019

A Cloud County man is asking for the public's help in finding 36 head of cattle that are missing and presumed stolen. Heath Burt says 36 of his cows disappeared sometime between June 1st and June 6th. The missing cattle include: 14 black 6 - 8 year old cows 4 red cows A double bar B brand was on the cattle, along with a red ear tag. The cows went missing from a pasture  southwest...

Riders Biking Across Kansas

Todd PittengerJune 10, 2019

Hundreds of bicycle riders are pedaling across Kansas this week. The 45th annual "Biking Across Kansas" event began on Saturday. Biking Across Kansas is an annual, eight-day, bicycle tour across the state of Kansas. It promotes health and wellness through bicycling, the history and beauty of the Kansas landscape, and the warm hospitality of the Kansas towns and people. Biking Across Kansas, or ...

“Victory Week” at Fort Riley

KSAL StaffJune 10, 2019

To honor the men and women of the “Big Red One” and its proud century long legacy, the 1st Infantry Division will host its annual Victory Week celebration this week  June 10-14 at Fort Riley. According to Fort Riley, soldiers participate in events of camaraderie and remembrance throughout the week. Members of the public are encouraged to attend Victory Week ceremonies and unit sporting ...

AAA: Kansas Gas Prices Likely to Drop this Summer

Shawn StewardJune 9, 2019

When it comes to filling-up at the pump, Americans are changing their perception of what they consider “too expensive.” AAA’s 2019 Gas Price survey found that 50 percent of consumers think paying $3/gallon is too high – an increase of 30-cents from last year when half of consumers reported $2.70 as too expensive. 2019’s price point is also 50 cents more than in 2016, when half of consume...

“Like None Other”: Much New at 2019 River Festival

Todd PittengerJune 9, 2019

The 2019 Smoky Hill River Festival is nearly here. Organizers say this year's festival offers a “Summertime Feast” of things to see and experience. Among the notable things to watch for at Festival 2019 are: Salina artists Katy England and Neil Ward designed the 2019 Festival Print and the Festival T-shirt, respectively. Check out England’s limited-edition Print and Ward’s T-shirt ...

Advance Button Sales End Tuesday

KSAL StaffJune 9, 2019

As crews this week begin to turn Oakdale Park into an artistic village for the 43rd Anniversary of the Smoky Hill River Festival, patrons will need to rush to area outlets to pick up their $10 festival button. Admission is by Festival button only-$10 in advance or $15 at the gate; good for all 3 1/2 days. Children 11 and under are free. Advance button sales will cease at the close of busines...

Dickinson County FSA Hosting Meeting

Michelle SnowballJune 8, 2019

U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Farm Service Agency (FSA) Executive Director Braden Stueve in Dickinson County reminds farmers and landowners that FSA is hosting an informational meeting regarding the 2019 County Committee Election process on June 12, 2019, at 9:00 a.m. at the Dickinson County FSA Office located at 328 NE 14th ST in Abilene. Producers, including minority, women and new farme...

Credit Union of America Opening New Salina Branch

KSAL StaffJune 8, 2019

Credit Union of America has opened a new branch at 582 S. Ohio St. in Salina, Kansas. The previous office at 1919 S. Ohio has closed. CUA first came to the Salina market in 2016. “Salina has welcomed us by demonstrating they want and need our services. It was time to bring CUA’s full-service offering to our members and the Salina community with a new branch.” Said CUA’s CEO, Frank Shof...

Community Baby Shower

Amanda RandolphJune 8, 2019

Expecting moms in Saline County have something to put on their calendars. The Saline County Community Baby Shower for Safe Sleep is set for Tuesday, June 11 at the Saline County 4-H building, 900 Greeley, Salina, at 6 p.m. This program will teach new and expecting moms and their support persons the safe sleep techniques, breast feeding resources and smoking cessation. There will be refreshme...




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