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UNEMPLOYMENT RATE

John AndersonMay 20, 2022

The jobless rate in Dickinson County saw a fall from 3.1 in March to 2.2 percent in April. Saline County fell from 2.7 percent in March to 2 percent in April. ...

MAN INVOLVED IN STABBING

John AndersonMay 19, 2022

UPDATE: The Riley Co. Police Dept. has found a man they believe stabbed a woman in the neck early Thursday morning.   The Riley Co. Police Dept. is asking for the public’s help locating a man after a woman was stabbed in the neck early Thursday morning. RCPD issued an ‘attempt to locate’ for 44-year-old Jarman Morgan of Manhattan Thursday afternoon. The agency says the victim w...

FEDERAL COURT RULES

John AndersonMay 13, 2022

A federal court has ruled that a Kansas teacher is able to communicate honestly with parents of her transgender students using their preferred name, when different than their given name, in line with her Christian beliefs.  Fort Riley, Kansas middle school teacher Pamela Ricard last year was reprimanded and suspended from school for "declining to use a name for a student that was inconsistent wit...

SALINA HOMICIDE UPDATE

John AndersonMay 11, 2022

UPDATE: A man wanted in connection to a fatal shooting over the weekend has been arrested. The Salina Police Department released Wednesday morning that Dalton Levi Palmer, the person of interest in the shooting investigation, is in custody regarding unrelated warrants. Palmer turned himself in for the unrelated warrants....

HOMICIDE SALINA

John AndersonMay 7, 2022

UPDATE: Salina Police have identified the victim in a fatal shooting, and a person of interest they are seeking. Police say the victim from Saturday’s fatal shooting has been identified as 25-year-old Dylan Eugene Garman of Salina. Through their investigation, detectives developed a person of interest; 28-year-old Dalton Levi Palmer. Due to Palmer’s past criminal behavior, he should be cons...

Free limb disposal

John AndersonMay 2, 2022

Free limb dumping through Saturday due to storm damage   The Dickinson County Transfer Station will allow free disposal of tree limbs through Saturday, May 7 to assist with cleanup following the severe weather this past weekend, according to information from Derek Norrick, Department of Environmental Services director. Dickinson County residents may dispose of tree limbs from 9 a.m. to 4...

SPORTS GAMBLING APPROVED

John AndersonApril 29, 2022

Kansas legislators gave final approval early Friday to a bill that authorizes betting on sporting events, with most of the state’s revenues from it going to efforts to lure the Missouri-based Kansas City Chiefs to the Kansas side of the metropolitan area. The Republican-controlled Senate voted 21-13, with six GOP senators abstaining, to approve the sports betting bill. The Republican-controlled ...

Water Cooler Tampering

John AndersonApril 26, 2022

A police report has been filed with the Lindsborg Police Department regarding an incident involving allegations of water cooler tampering during a baseball game at Bethany College. On Monday, Kansas Wesleyan Athletic Director Steve Wilson told the Associated Press a foreign substance was discovered in the cooler his team was using during a doubleheader against Bethany on Sunday. Bethany College of...

HOMISIDE SALINA

John AndersonApril 20, 2022

UPDATE: An arrest has been made in connection with a Wednesday morning murder in Salina. According to Salina Police, Wednesday morning an arrest warrant was issued for Anthony Quentin Lopez-Garcia by Saline County District Court, for the charges of First Degree Murder and Criminal Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon. Wednesday afternoon  a Kansas City, Missouri resident recognized Lop...

$650 Million Investment

John AndersonApril 18, 2022

Governor Laura Kelly announced the largest economic development investment in her administration’s history on Monday in Manhattan. Governor Kelly announced the new investment, Scorpion Biological Services, a subsidiary of Heat Biologics, Inc., is commencing on planned development of a new 500,000 square foot biomanufacturing facility. Gov. Kelly says the $650 million business investment project ...

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