UPDATE: A Salina teenager missing since Tuesday has been located. Kansas Missing and Unsolved tells The Salina Scoop that Dakota Cottrell, 13, was found safe Thursday morning. No further details were provided. —- SALINA – Friends and family are searching for a Salina teenager missing since Tuesday. According to Kansas Missing and Unsolved, Dakota Cottrell, 13, was last seen in Salina at approximately 4 p.m. Tuesday afternoon. Cottrell is 5’1” tall and weighs 137 pounds with blonde hair and blue eyes. Anyone with information regarding Cottrell’s whereabouts is asked to call the Salina Police Department at 785-826-7210.
SALINA – The next phase of Kansas Wesleyan University’s first new, on-campus instructional facility in 50 years began Tuesday, as the school announced Harbin Construction would be the general contractor for the school’s Nursing Education Center. Harbin Construction, a Salina-based contracting company, will also be utilizing exclusively local subcontractors for the duration of the project. “We’re pleased to announce the selection of Harbin Construction as our contractor for this project,” said Dr. Matt Thompson, President and CEO of KWU. “We believe that the Nursing Education Center will be an important addition not only to our campus, but to Salina as … Read More
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MARION COUNTY – A Newton man was injured in a single vehicle crash in Marion County Wednesday afternoon. According to a Kansas Highway Patrol accident report, Jerrold L. Unruh, 63, was traveling westbound on U.S. Highway 50, just west of Yarrow Road, in a 1997 International truck, when for unknown reasons, he left the roadway, and overturned into the north ditch. Unruh was taken by a personal vehicle to an unknown hospital with suspected minor injuries. The KHP reports that Unruh was wearing a seat belt at the time of the crash, which occurred at about 3:35 p.m.
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SALINE COUNTY – The Saline County Board of County Commissioners met on Tuesday, February 18. Here are the highlights from that meeting: – Commissioners approved a facility use agreement with Hermes Healthcare for their continued use of the Senior Center in providing foot care services. – Commissioners signed a resolution adopting the Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan. This plan covers twelve counties in the North Central Region and outlines the most probably natural and manmade disasters that could occur in the area. By adoption of this plan, Saline County will be eligible to apply for grants that specifically cover mitigation projects. … Read More
Rain is expected to develop in central Kansas during the afternoon, then change quickly to snow. The snow will spread south across the remainder of the area Wednesday night. Accumulations will generally be an inch or less roughly east of Interstate 35, with one to two inches to the west of Interstate 35. A narrow band of two to three inch snow is possible within the area roughly south of a line from Great Bend to McPherson and north of a line from Harper to Winfield. Flurries may linger near the Oklahoma border Thursday morning in southeast Kansas. This Afternoon … Read More
SALINA – A new logo for Salina Downtown will soon be unveiled. Join Salina Downtown Merchants on Friday, February 28 at 5:30 p.m. to hear the announcement of the new Salina Downtown logo! The announcement will take place at Peaceful Body Welness Retreat, 148 S. Santa Fe. Snacks and libations will be provided.
SALINA – Salina Arts & Humanities announced Wednesday the addition of several acts new to Festival stages for Smoky Hill River Festival 2020, scheduled for Thursday to Sunday, June 11-14 in Oakdale Park. Highlights of Festival entertainment will be shared in coming weeks, with complete details shared at the SHRF Press Briefing on Tuesday, April 14 at 10 a.m. at the Salina Arts & Humanities offices. Among the music acts set to debut at River Festival 2020 are: *SunDub, an inventively collaborative mix of New York City musicians, offers a classic reggae repertoire peppered with soul and funk selections. SundubMusic.com … Read More
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