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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
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Salina News
PHOTOS: 40-year F-100 project

Lowered and looking ready for springtime cruising, David Haynes' 1956 Ford F-100 pauses for a photo op in Jerry Ivey Memorial Park in Salina. David Haynes was thrilled when his dad bought him a shell of an old Ford pickup 40 years ago, no engine, no transmission.

Teen testifies about running away to drugs, sex

A 15-year-old girl testified Wednesday that after running away during a trip to the Salina library, she stayed awake on methamphetamine for three nights and had sex with multiple men in exchange for drugs before she was found by police. A 15-year-old girl testified Wednesday that after running away during a trip to the Salina library, she stayed awake on methamphetamine for three nights and had sex with multiple men in exchange for drugs before she was found by police.

Hall resigns as Salina superintendent

After nearly an hour in executive session, the Salina School Board on Tuesday voted 5-2 to accept the resignation of Superintendent Bill Hall. After nearly an hour in executive session, the Salina School Board on Tuesday voted 5-2 to accept the resignation of Superintendent Bill Hall.

Schilling AFB's 1965 closing gave Salina opportunities

By that time, it had been almost two years since the thousands of airmen who had been stationed at the Salina base and their families left and the Salina Airport Authority was created to implement the community's plan to create jobs and replace the lost government payroll. The Schilling Institute, which ultimately became Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus, and a vocational-technical school, now known as Salina Area Technical College, had also already been launched, and the first flights had taken off from the airport now known as Salina Regional Airport after it was relocated from what is now Markley Road.

New MRI & Nuclear Medicine Suite Operational, Grand Opening Planned

The April 12 grand opening of Rooks County Health Center's new MRI & Nuclear Medicine Suite will officially mark the completion of the first phase of the hospital's expansion efforts. The new MRI & Nuclear Medicine Suite hosts a Toshiba Vantage Titan MRI with stress reduction features and an on-site gamma camera for Nuclear Medicine scans.

Lucille Marie Jarus 19...

Lucille Marie Jarus, 89, died Tuesday, April 4, 2017, at her home. She was the youngest of six siblings born to Emil and Anna Dimmer Ney, rural Hanston, on March 7, 1928.

New Book Reveals Successful Conservation Work Being Done In The U.S.

NEW BOOK REVEALS SUCCESSFUL CONSERVATION WORK BEING DONE IN THE U.S. Apr. 5, 2017 American Farm Bureau Federation reports: Miriam Horn's "Rancher, Farmer, Fisherman: Conservation Heroes of the American Heartland" could be the most important book about agriculture you'll read this year - maybe ever. General readers have been misled by a parade of not-so-smart books from writers who want to change our broken food system.

Mad over card game, employee threatens to shoot up Wal-Mart, police say

A Kansas man was arrested Saturday after allegedly threatening to shoot up a Wal-Mart in Salina because of a dispute with some of his store co-workers. Kevin J. Struble of Abilene was arrested and booked into the Saline County Jail on Saturday following two separate threats he made to shoot people in the store in less than a week, according to a Salina Police Department report.

Heroes in the heartland are quietly protecting our land and water

My social media bubble tells me that coastal liberals work to protect nature, while inland conservatives seek to exploit it. That might seem like a useful stereotype to explain elections and, say, the popularity of hunting, but, like most stereotypes, it obscures more than it reveals.

Kansas agriculture group: Perennial grain will gain momentum

In a Thursday, March 23, 2017 photo, Lee DeHaan, lead scientist for wheatgrass at the Land Institute, looks at the heads of Kernza, a grass species related to wheat, in the green house at the Land Institute southeast of Salina, Kan. A cousin to wheat, Kernza is a perennial grain developed by The Land Institute to help address problems with soil erosion, greenhouse gas pollution, groundwater depletion, fertilizer runoff and other negative effects of industrialized annual crops.

Bergkamp Congratulates Downer EDI Works for ISSA President's Award

The Award was presented to Downer at the Annual Meeting of the Asphalt Emulsion Manufacturers Association, the Asphalt Recycling & Reclaiming Association and the International Slurry Surfacing Association in Tucson, Arizona, USA. Bergkamp Inc., based in Salina, Kansas, USA, congratulates Downer EDI Works of Somerton, Victoria, Australia, for its recent distinction of winning the 2017 ISSA President's Award for Excellence.

Claeys' bill on county commission expansion clears Legislature

The Kansas Senate voted 40-0 Wednesday on a bill that would reduce the governor's authority when a county expands its county commission.

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