Category: Salina News

Saline County Food Establishment and Lodging Inspections, February 10-16, 2018

Food Establishment and Lodging Inspections conducted in Saline County by the Kansas Department of Agriculture’s Division of Food Safety and Lodging from February 10 through February 16, 2018. Food safety and lodging inspections are unannounced, and inspection results represent only those conditions found in the establishment at the time of the inspection. Disclosure: Please remember […]

Eighth Arrest Made from February Most Wanted List

Another arrest has been made from the February edition of the Salina’s Most Wanted List. According to the Saline County Sheriff’s Office, Lakin Marcell Divilbiss-Goracke is now in custody. Divilbiss-Goracke, 26, was being sought by authorities on multiple felony probation violations for possession of methamphetamine and theft. She was arrested by Salina Police at about […]

Authorities Investigating Potential Threat at Lakewood Middle School

Salina Police and USD 305 officials are investigating a possible threat found at Lakewood Middle School Thursday. “On February 15, graffiti alleging a potential shooting was found at Lakewood Middle School. Administration immediately consulted with Salina Police to investigate the credibility of the threat,” said Jennifer Bradford-Vernon, USD 305 Public Information Director, in an email […]

KWU Students’ Stellar Academic Work to be Highlighted

SALINA – Kansas Wesleyan University will recognize exemplary student research and scholarship during its annual Best of KWU presentation at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 22, in Fitzpatrick Auditorium, Pioneer Hall. Award winners represent exceptional works of original student research. Any KWU student who completed original research or creative work during the Spring and Fall 2017 semesters […]

Kansas Governor Orders Flags to be Flown at Half-staff in Honor of Victims of Florida Shooting

TOPEKA – In accordance with Executive Order 10-12, Kansas Governor Jeff Colyer has ordered flags to be flown at half-staff from sun-up to sun-down beginning immediately and continuing through Monday, February 19 to honor the victims of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. “On behalf of Kansans everywhere, our […]

KHP Releases Results from January Special Enforcements

TOPEKA – Throughout the month of January, the Kansas Highway Patrol worked numerous special enforcements related to traffic safety issues, including speeding, seat belts, and DUI patrols. These enforcements were in addition to the work Patrol personnel conduct on a regular basis on Kansas’ roads. “Last year, I asked KHP commanders to add an additional […]

Salina Woman Found Guilty of Mistreatment of a Dependent Adult

MINNEAPOLIS – A Salina woman was found guilty Tuesday of mistreatment of a dependent adult, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said. Meg Ellen Gravette-Holmgren, 43, pleaded guilty today in Ottawa County District Court to one felony count of mistreatment of a dependent adult. The case stemmed from an investigation by the attorney general’s Fraud and […]