KHP Releases Results from March Special Enforcements

TOPEKA – The Kansas Highway Patrol has released the results from special enforcements conducted in the month of March. Throughout the month of March, the Kansas Highway Patrol worked numerous special enforcements related to traffic safety issues, including speeding, seat belts, and DUI. These enforcements were in addition to the work our personnel conduct on […]

Walk-in Clinic to Begin in Abilene

ABILENE – A walk-in health care clinic will soon be available in Abilene. According to Memorial Health System, beginning May 1 Heartland Health Care Clinic (HHCC) will begin an early morning walk-in clinic. “There is a need in the community for a walk-in clinic,” HHCC Director, Cindy Vermillion said. “We have been discussing this idea […]

Kansas State Polytechnic Partners with Republic Airline for Pilot Pipeline Program

SALINA – Professional pilot students on the Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus have a new opportunity to directly connect with their industry and secure employment before graduation through a recently signed agreement with Republic Airline. Kansas State Polytechnic is now a partner in Republic Airline’s Aviation Career Pipeline Interview Program, which is designed to give […]

Pavement Marking Project Begins Today

SALINA – Twin Traffic Marking Corporation of Kansas City will begin repainting the pavement markings at five of Salina’s busiest intersections today: Crawford and Ohio; Magnolia and Ohio; 9th and Magnolia; 9th and Belmont; and 9th and Schilling. The five intersections are all comprised of concrete pavement, which generally receives less frequent maintenance than asphalt […]