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Tom Wilbur, President of BANK VI, presents Marysa Bradshaw with her Hero of the Week award!

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The BANK VI Hero of the Week is Marysa Bradshaw. Bradshaw was chosen for her part in The Saline County …Read More

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Brownback, legislators give 5 school districts more funding

Salina

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Gov. Sam Brownback and legislative leaders have agreed to give five school districts roughly half a …Read More

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Kansas legislators start work on plan for raising your taxes

Salina

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas homeowners would pay higher property taxes to help close a projected state budget shortfall under …Read More

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Photographer to exhibit work at library

Salina

May 5, 2015 – The exhibit “The Open Shutter,” photography by Fritz Mendell, will be on display May 7 through …Read More

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Upgrade to Government Phone Program for Low Income Kansans

Salina

Low income Kansans who qualify for the free government cellphone program known as “Lifeline” are getting an upgrade. New phones …Read More

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Cash taken in aggravated burglary

Salina

A man reports cash taken from his wallet while he slept early Tuesday. Keith Elder who lives in the 500 …Read More

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Update: Police investigate Monday night shooting

Salina

UPDATE: Police have released the name of the shooting victim. He is 31-year-old Ryan Matthew Brown of Valley Center. The …Read More

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Teen charged with sexually molesting two girls

Salina

A teen is in juvenile detention after being arrested Monday for allegedly sexually molesting two preteen girls at a central …Read More

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Saline County Jail Booking-Tuesday

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<!— SalinaBooking —> Recent Booking Activity for Saline County Jail. All persons included in this post are innocent of crimes …Read More

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Big rain for Salina and the region

Salina

SALINA –Monday evening brought significant rainfall and no severe weather in many areas of the state. Several areas of Saline …Read More

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US gives farmers approval to spray crops from drones

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FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — A drone large enough to carry tanks of fertilizers and pesticides has won rare approval from …Read More

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Kansas lawmakers approve changes for civil service system

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TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas legislators have given final approval to a bill backed by Republicans to make it easier …Read More

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Report: IRS issues $5.6 billion in bogus education credits

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STEPHEN OHLEMACHER, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — A government watchdog says the IRS issued $5.6 billion in potentially bogus education …Read More

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Kansas Senate advances bill on state response to EPA rule

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TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A bill approved by the Kansas Senate would require legislators to sign off on the state’s …Read More

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Court: warrantless cellphone tracking not an illegal search

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CURT ANDERSON, AP Legal Affairs Writer MIAMI (AP) — A federal appeals court has ruled that investigators do not need …Read More

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Topeka man charged with conspiracy in Fort Riley bomb plot

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WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — An unsealed document charges a Topeka man with conspiracy in a plot to bomb the Fort …Read More

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Former Junior High coach enters plea on child sex charges

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HUTCHINSON — A former junior high basketball coach at Trinity Catholic School in Hutchinson was in Reno County Court on …Read More

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Kansas lawmakers override veto of rules for firms like Uber UPDATE

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TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Ride-hailing company Uber says it is pulling out of Kansas after the state Legislature overrode Gov. …Read More

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Driver hospitalized after vehicle hits a sign on I-70

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QUINTER – One person was injured in an accident just before 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday in Gove County. The Kansas …Read More

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Rural firefighter hospitalized after falling ill on scene

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By JONATHAN ZWEYGARDT Hays Post Hays -An Ellis County Rural firefighter was hospitalized Monday evening after experiencing health problems while …Read More

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Home for Sale 1452 Wheatridge Rd, Lindsborg KS

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Want to live in the country but still be close to town? Need a little room to spread out? Main …Read More

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Royals to debut “Los Reales” jerseys in July

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The Kansas City Royals announced in a media released today the Club’s newest specialized jersey featuring the Spanish name “Los …Read More

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Photo by Andy Marso Andrea Duarte-Rambo told a legislative committee last week that her son, who has a traumatic brain injury, has made great strides since his KanCare managed care company arranged for him to go to a residential treatment center in Parsons. While anecdotes about quality of care under the MCOs abound, advocates seek more comprehensive data. -

KanCare anecdotes abound, but clear data harder to find

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By Andy Marso Andrea Duarte-Rambo, a short, dark-haired woman from Johnson County, walked to the podium and commanded the attention …Read More

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American Royal to move annual World Series of Barbecue® Championship

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Kansas City, MO (May 5, 2015) In a momentous change for Kansas City’s signature barbecue event, the American Royal’s World …Read More

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Obituary 05 May, 2015

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Rose Ann (Cammarn) Little, 87, went home to be with her Lord and Savior on Sunday, May 3rd, 2015. Rose …Read More

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KSU’s Weiberg Named Deputy Athletics Director at Texas Tech

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MANHATTAN, Kan. – Chad Weiberg, Senior Associate Athletics Director for Development who has played an instrumental role in the growth …Read More

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Suspect released, charges dropped in death of McPherson man

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MCPHERSON– The McPherson County Attorneys office has dismissed all charges against a McPherson man in connection with the death of …Read More

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Are You Ready to Unfriend Tobacco?

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Quitting smoking can be difficult. But the rewards are well worth the effort and there are lots of FREE resources …Read More

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HIRING IMMEDIATELY- OFFICE MANAGER

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CHILD ADVOCACY AND PARENTING SERVICES- CAPS IS HIRING IMMEDIATELY AN OFFICE MANAGER Essential skills include: • strong written, oral and …Read More

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Dr. Roy Jensen, director of the University of Kansas Cancer Center, says a proposed increase in the state's tobacco tax would prevent 15,000 premature deaths.
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Advocates Make Last Push For Kansas Tobacco Tax

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By ANDY MARSO Advocates of raising Kansas’ tobacco tax made one last push Monday during a rally at the Statehouse, …Read More

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