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Salina was established in 1860 as prospectors traveling to Pikes Peak in hopes of gold began to settle in the area. It also began as a trading post between the local native tribes and Fort Leavenworth, a US Army post. After the Civil War, the Union Pacific Railroad built tracks through Salina in 1867. The city began transporting meat in refrigerated railroad cars. In the 1870s wheat became a leading crop and a steam powered flour mill was constructed.

Population: 46036
Local Newspapers: Salina Journal Wichita Eagle
Local Sports Teams: Wichita Thunder (CHL) Wichita Wranglers
Local Colleges: Kansas State University Kansas Wesleyan University Brown Mackie College

Zip Codes associated with salina, kansas: 67401
Towns/Cities near salina, kansas : Minneapolis New Cambria Gypsum Assaria Brookville Culver Solomon Abilene

Salina News
Author explores the future of food on our planet

"The Wizard and the Prophet: Two Remarkable Scientists and Their Dueling Visions to Shape Tomorrow's World" by Charles C. Mann; Alfred A. Knopf "The Wizard and the Prophet: Two Remarkable Scientists and Their Dueling Visions to Shape Tomorrow's World" by Charles C. Mann; Alfred A. Knopf In his new book, "The Wizard and the Prophet: Two Remarkable Scientists and Their Dueling Visions to Shape Tomorrow's World," Charles C. Mann, author of "1491" and "1493," wrestles with one of the central questions facing humans today: How do we feed ourselves on a planet where the population is projected to reach 10 billion by 2050? In an attempt to highlight potential models of how to answer this question, Mann turns to two men of the past century: Norman Borlaug and William Vogt.

Colyer chooses Salina businessman Tracey Mann for Kansas Lt. Governor

The new Republican governor announced his appointment of the 41-year-old Mann during a Kansas Livestock Association dinner in Topeka. A swearing-in ceremony is scheduled for Wednesday afternoon at the Statehouse.

12 things to do this weekend Posted at

Come see "Lady Bird," rated R. 2. DOG SEES GOD: CONFESSIONS OF A TEENAGE BLOCKHEAD: 7:30 to 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday at Stage 9, 9 South Main, Hutchinson.

Education matters

Has American education been dumbed down during the last century? The 1983 report by the Department of Education's blue-ribbon panel, "A Nation at Risk," warned of a "rising tide of mediocrity" in American schools.

Police report for Feb. 6, 2018

Confined on $3,500 bond. a Kyle Joseph McNamara, 23, 708 Dondee Drive No. 7, for two counts of probation violation.

a Fab Fivea siblingsa adoption story went viral. Now theya re close to a happy ending

In March 2017, five Kansas siblings hoped to be adopted together. Kansas' viral 'Fab Five' are still waiting for their adoptions to finalized.

Dorothy E. Minson 1924...

Dorothy E. Minson, 93, died Jan. 26, 2018, at Cherry Village, Great Bend. She was born April 17, 1924, in Hoisington, the daughter of Christian and Marie Elizabeth Kramer.

JCAC considers lease extensions, sewer expansion

Rick Poppitz Special to The Gardner News At the Johnson County Airport Commission meeting on Jan. 24, the commission considered numerous items and was introduced to newly appointed airport commissioner, Dennis Kissinger, attending his first meeting. Kissinger has been a city manager for over 30 years, including 17 years as city manager for the city of Salina, Kan.

Colyer visits Hutchinson in Saturday trip

Recently sworn-in Gov. Jeff Colyer's five-city tour Saturday will include stops in Hutchinson, McPherson and Garden City.

Great Plains Adds New Sales Agronomist to Staff

SALINA, Kan. Great Plains Mfg. is pleased to welcome Blake Bergkamp as the Sales Agronomist for the Ag Division.

Ita s going to cost you more to fly to Denver from central Kansas

If you're thinking about driving to Salina to catch a cheap flight to Denver, know that you'll soon pay more for an airline ticket. It will mean a higher airfare - plus a stop in Hays - than people traveling from Salina to Denver paid on Great Lakes Airlines' 30-seat turboprops.

Dorothy E. Minson 1924...

Dorothy E. Minson, 93, died Jan. 26, 2018, at Cherry Village, Great Bend. She was born April 17, 1924, in Hoisington, the daughter of Christian and Marie Elizabeth Kramer.

Silver Alert issued for man who suffers from Alzheimer's, dementia

A statewide Silver Alert has been issued for an 89-year-old man who suffers from Alzheimer's and dementia. Gene Oliver Wolfe was last seen around 3 p.m. Saturday in Salina, the Kansas Bureau of Investigation said.

A love story on and off the stage: Jarrod and Liz Tiede in "The Importance of Being Earnest"

Their story begins in Wichita, Kan., in 2003 at a small private college called Friends. Liz chose this art-rich academy, in her hometown, because she could major in music-theater and minor in drama.

Sylvia Ann Bobbett

Sylvia Ann Bobbett, 79, passed away Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2018 in Salina, Kan. She was born Sept.

Data shows more travelers staying overnight in Abilene

A report by STR, Inc., a company that provides market information for hotel chains and other sectors, found that the occupancy rate for Abilene area properties was 62.6 percent in 2017, compared to 58.7 percent in 2016. That information is not surprising, particularly since transient guest tax receipts were about $50,000 higher than the amount collected in 2016.

Kansas Supreme Court hears arguements in Salina murder appeal

A former juror's romantic interest in an assistant Saline County attorney was again the focus Wednesday for attorneys arguing the appeal of Thomas E. Jenkins' 2011 first-degree murder conviction in front of the Kansas Supreme Court. Along with claiming the Saline County District Court erred by not ordering a new trial based on the juror's conduct, attorney Gerald Wells has requested the court review whether there was substantial evidence to prove Jenkins fatally shot Alfred Mack Jr. during a burglary in 2009 and if a post-trial evaluation showed his client was competent to stand trial.

Donis D. White

Donis D. White, died Jan. 19, 2018. She was born Aug. 29, 1932, to Forrest and Lila Grooms, Vining, Kan.

RCPD report 1/22/18

Officers filed a report for criminal damage to property in the 2100 block of Blaker Dr. in Manhattan on January 19, 2018 at approximately 4:20 PM. Officers listed Tammie McArthur, 58, of Salina, as the victim when she reported an unknown suspect damaged the door of her home.

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