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Note leads to police increase at 2 Salina schools
Security has been beefed up at two Salina high schools after a staff member at one of the schools found a note indicating there would be violence there.
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Fri Apr 11, 2014
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Tue Apr 08, 2014
Salina voters back $111 million bond issue
An election conducted by mail has ended with voters in the Salina school district approving a $111 million bond issue.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
The Garden City Telegram
Water rates aimed at keeping precious commodity
City water customers who are unsure if Salina is serious about conservation need only to become profligate with the garden hose this summer to clear up any doubts.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
Business Watch: New furniture store to open in May
Dan Brungardt, owner of Home at Last, said he operated the store in Portland, Ore., and brought the idea with him when he moved back to his home state of Kansas.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Troubled water utility Howison Heights likely won't get full requested rate hike
A small Salina water company beset by financial and quality problems may get a smaller rate increase than it hoped for.
Foster's Daily Democrat
Students performing a Thoroughly Modern Milliea
This weekend, when a group of Dover Middle School students, males and females, sing “Forget About the Boy,” there will probably many parents in the audience that are pleased for more reasons than just the music, as dating is still considered a little edgy at a certain age.
Thu Mar 27, 2014
Kansas Senate GOP unveils schools plan
Kansas school districts could impose additional property taxes with local voters' approval to supplement their state funding under a plan outlined Wednesday by Republican leaders in the state Senate.
Wed Mar 26, 2014
The Wichita Eagle
Details released in military school settlements
Eleven former cadets from California, Florida, Tennessee, Colorado, Texas and Illinois filed a lawsuit in 2012 alleging that higher-ranking students, called "Disciplinarians," abused younger students at St. John's Military School in Salina, even in the presence of faculty members.
Settlements vary for 4 juveniles in Kansas suit
Federal court records show settlements ranged from about $1.8 million to $55,000 for four juveniles who claimed a Kansas military school encouraged abuse by giving higher-ranking cadets authority to discipline younger cadets.
Testimony begins in first-degree murder trial
Prosecutors will recommend to the judge that Heil's sentence for an unrelated robbery be served at the same time as his murder sentence, Trocheck said.
Mon Mar 24, 2014
Inmate Accused Of Smuggling Drugs In Prosthesis
A Kansas man being held on a probation violation is now accused of smuggling drugs into jail inside his artificial leg.
Dragun Corp. To Begin Site Work At Schilling Air Force Base
In August 2013, the City of Salina, on behalf of the Salina Airport Authority, Salina Unified School District 305, and K-State Salina, formally retained Dragun Corporation to take the initial steps of cleanup of soil and groundwater contamination at and around the former Schilling Air Force Base.
Sat Mar 22, 2014
Legislators debate wisdom of longevity bonuses
A legislator's proposal to give state employees an across-the-board salary increase in exchange for scuttling longevity bonuses has lawmakers discussing the wisdom of rewarding employees based on years of service.
Great Bend Tribune
Kansas oncologist serving on nationwide health-care ...
When Mark Fesen, M.D., was invited to serve on a nationwide health-care advisory committee, he jumped at the chance.
'Police of police' says goodbye
A man who has been integral to deciding which applicants to the Salina Police Department ended up wearing a badge retired Friday after serving for the past 18 years as commander of internal affairs.
Thu Mar 20, 2014
Great Bend Tribune
Pipe organ tour coming to Great Bend
On Sunday, March 30, Kansas Chapters of the American Guild of Organists will sponsor a tour of three pipe organs in Great Bend, with a program geared to interest people of all ages, and particularly suited to families.
Unmanned Aircraft Systems Could Aid in Search for Missing Malaysian Plane
SALINA, Kan. - As the hunt continues for missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370, a Kansas State University Salina aviation professor says using unmanned aircraft systems could make the search more efficient.