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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

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News of the Weird:

On March 6, Royal Canadian Mounted Police participating in an awareness campaign set up several large electronic signs in North Vancouver, British Columbia, that warned drivers: "POLICE AHEAD -- STAY OFF YOUR PHONE." Despite that, within just two hours, officers ticketed 89 drivers, 74 of them for distracted driving, which results in a $368 fine, plus a $175 penalty payment on a first offense.

Well-known Republican seeking secretary of state nomination

A Salina man, well known among Republicans in the first congressional district, is seeking the Republican nomination for Kansas secretary of state. Randy Duncan, who was chairman of the party's Big First District for 12 years, stopped in Abilene this week on his campaign trail.

Kubota Completes Land Purchase for Future Logistics Campus, Midwest Division Office in Kansas

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Pope Francis appoints Vincke Salina bishop

Bishop-elect Vincke, 53, presently is the pastor of Holy Family Parish in Grand Blanc, Mich. He succeeds Bishop Edward J. Weisenburger, who was named bishop of Tucson, Ariz.

Man charged in Concordia officer's death

A Salina man has been arrested and charged in Ottawa County in connection to an accident on Tuesday that resulted in the death of Concordia Police Officer Marc Henry. Calvin Stewart was arrested at the scene of the accident.

Concordia officer killed in accident

Officer Marc Henry of the Concordia Police Department was killed in a multi-vehicle accident that occurred at approximately 2:30 p.m. Monday, on the southbound lane of Highway 81, in Ottawa County, at the 178th Mile Marker. "A pedestrian was walking along the southbound 81 Highway in Ottawa County," Highway Patrolman Henry said.

Nephew accepts dog tags of soldier who died during WWII

The nephew of a Beloit soldier who died in battle during World War II accepted his uncle's military dog tags Friday afternoon at the Salina office of Rep. Roger Marshall, R-Kansas. Lt. James Garberg was able to return the dog tags, which he found earlier this year, to the next of kin of Private Ernest Childers Jr. with the help of the Mitchell County Historical Society and Marshall's office.

Salina man jailed after allegedly beating cat to death

A Salina man is behind bars after witnesses say he beat a cat to death and then later resisted arrest from an officer. Police Sgt.

Kal Patel's $1M Lottery Ticket Return to Owner His 'Good Deed' for Life

Kal Patel returned a $1 million lottery ticket left at a Kansas convenience store to its owner three months ago, in what could be his "good deed" for life, the Salina Journal reported Thursday. The ticket was purchased by a regular customer of the Pit Stop convenience store in Salina, Kansas, on March 18. Store clerk Andy Patel noticed that the ticket was left behind and verified its worth, the newspaper reported.

Ivan Eldon Hoosier

He was born Oct. 19, 1951 in Fort Morgan, Colo., to Eldon Carl and Mildred Irene Hoosier. Ivan married Betty Ann Kilgore in Portland, Ore.

'Good deeds come back': Kansas man doesn't regret giving up $1 million lottery ticket

"Good deeds come back to help you, and bad deeds come back to haunt you," Kal Patel said. "It felt good to find it and then find them."

Man tracks down $1 million lottery winner, returns ticket

SALINA, Kan. A convenience store owner went out of his way to return a winning lottery ticket to a customer.

Still - Rolling out the Barrel'

A rollicking good time was had by members of the Sunflower Polka Club Sunday, June 3, at the Great Bend Columbus Club.

Tommy Emmanuel Announces Fall Tour with Special Guest Jerry Douglas

Esteemed Grammy-nominated guitarist, composer and performer TOMMY EMMANUEL has announced the initial dates for his new tour, "Tommy Emmanuel with Very Special Guest Jerry Douglas." The trek will kick offNovember 29 at the Steifel Theatre for the Performing Arts in Salina, Kansas and run through December 16, stopping in Salt Lake City, Spokane, Las Vegas, Tucson and more .

Sizzle for June 1st, then relief this weekend

June will likely begin with oppressive heat before possibly turning cooler by Sunday. We had nine days in May above 90 degrees, when the average high for the period is only 75-80.

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Third annual model train show with operational layouts and vendors bringing model trains and accessories.

'Art Kansas' open now at McPherson College

In real-life Helen was a hunched 96-year-old who inspired Michaela Groeblacher to sculpt this work of art which speaks to facing the end of life.

Cheryl Anne Crain 1954...

Cheryl Anne Crain, 64, died May 28, 2018, at her home in Great Bend. She was born April 25, 1954, in Great Bend, Kan., the daughter of Raphael Naylor and Faye Lois Muth.

Northwest Kansas trying to dry after foot of rain; Salina bakes at 100

Parts of Graham County got as much as 12 inches of rain Monday, Sheriff Cole Presley said, causing flooding that closed roads and highways and forced people from their homes. Mark Buller, of the National Weather Service office in Goodland, said there was a chance of rain through Tuesday evening, and another chance off and on tonight, "but not like we had."

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Opening Day! There will be fresh produce, baked goods, returning vendors, new vendors, a food truck and music at the first market.

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