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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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FHSU grad to leave legacy scholarship for his high school

Rogers has fought glioblastoma, a brain tumor, for more than a year. The Lindsborg resident works in the information technology department for USD 400, is a volunteer firefighter for the Lindsborg Fire Department, and also is a member of the local McPherson Masonic Lodge.

Kansas Expands 'Leftoverture' Anniversary Tour: Exclusive

The wayward sons of Kansas plan to carry on with their Leftoverture 40th Anniversary Tour deeper into the breakthrough album's 41st year. With the second leg of the tour, which began last fall, kicking off March 24 in Salina, Kan., the group has announced 32 dates for late summer through late fall, beginning Aug. 25 in Shreveport, La., and playing mostly secondary markets in the U.S. -- including an Oct. 6 stop in Kansas' birthplace of Topeka -- before coming to an end Dec. 9 in The Villages.

Local pork producer Richard Bartlett prepares for ribbon-cutting at...

Third-generation farmer Richard Bartlett says he has raised and processed pork since he was old enough to hold a bucket. He owns and operates one of the top naturally raised, premium-grade Berkshire hog farms in the state, in the small town of Beverly, northwest of Salina.

Cool reception pushes bills on flat tax rates aside

Looking for ways to raise revenue, the committee will conduct hearings this week on sales tax on personal services, such as haircuts, and on capturing tax dollars from internet sales.

Trump's budget rattles Meals on Wheels in Kansas, where the group vows to fight on

President Trump's recent budget proposal, which yanks federal funding for Meals on Wheels, may feel like abstract accounting to some, but for senior citizens in Saline County, Kan., it could affect what's for dinner - and what's not. The Saline County Commission on Aging was founded in 1974 to look after the needs of the senior community.

Backers, foes of property tax lid give testimony

When the city of Hutchinson goes shopping, it's buying asphalt, road equipment, patrol vehicles and employee health care.

Kan. Senate Panel

When the city of Hutchinson goes shopping, it's buying asphalt, road equipment, patrol vehicles and employee health care.

Kansas students surprise Vietnam War vet with DC trip

Vietnam War veteran Doug Randolph has spoken to students in Alan English's American history class at Salina Central High School in Salina, Kan. the past four years.

Donors turn out to support charities for Match Madness

St. John's Military School battalion Commander Justin Gilbert, cadet Hilario Suarez and domestic admissions counselor Ryan Storck stopped by the Greater Salina Community Foundation's Match Madness on Tuesday morning with checks in hand to make contributions to the St. John's Military School Foundation. St. John's Military School battalion Commander Justin Gilbert, cadet Hilario Suarez and domestic admissions counselor Ryan Storck stopped by the Greater Salina Community Foundation's Match Madness on Tuesday morning with checks in hand to make contributions to the St. John's Military School Foundation.

Jury begins deliberation in case against Ryan

The evidence shows that Michael A. Ryan attempted to kill a Salina police detective, Saline County Attorney Ellen Mitchell argued Tuesday. The evidence shows that Michael A. Ryan attempted to kill a Salina police detective, Saline County Attorney Ellen Mitchell argued Tuesday.

More retail closures: Topeka Gordmans will close; one local Radio Shack store closed Sunday

The retail world continues to reel this week as numerous companies nationwide struggle to keep their doors open in a challenging sales environment. One of two Topeka Radio Shack stores closed Sunday even as Gordmans department store filed bankruptcy Monday morning.

Finn Murphy's book about long-haul movers good read, even if you don't like - bedbuggers'

Independent long-haul mover Finn Murphy says as an owner-operator he's "a dead man walking" because of mandated ELDs and other technologies that are driving people out of trucking. Photo by Kevin Snyder Photography.

Meyer Distributing Adding Kansas Cross-Dock

Meyer Distributing Inc. announced the addition of its Salina, Kan., location. According to a press release, the cross-dock will have a direct feed from Meyer's Jasper, Ind., distribution hub which houses a vast inventory of automotive accessories and RV parts.

Jana's Campaign founders, FHSU profs speak about violence

"Violence is a learned behavior. Our ultimate goal is to stop violence before it begins," Fort Hays State University professor and Jana's Campaign co-founder Curt Brungardt told a crowd Thursday evening in Sams Chapel at Kansas Wesleyan University.

Bureau's budget would allow significant changes

Getting more bang for the buck out of billboards was a topic of discussion during the Feb. 28 Abilene Convention and Visitor's Bureau advisory board meeting. Three members attended - just enough to make a quorum, allowing the November minutes to be approved.

Out & About hot tickets, March 10-16

For "Stand With Muslim Neighbors" week, CAIR Kansas is partnering with Kansas Interfaith Action to host an event where participants will visit the State Capitol , 300 S.W. 10th, to hold a rally/media event and to meet with legislators, let them know that their Muslim neighbors are important to the well-being of the community and how its participants no longer want to see them victimized or singled out, legally or politically. The event is free to attend, and sponsors hope guests will RSVP at kansasinterfaithaction.org/swmn_lobby_day .

Two women, ages 96 and 63, die in Salina crash

Two people are dead after a crash involving a semi truck, a Kia and a Department of Transportation vehicle in Salina on Wednesday, according to the Kansas Highway Patrol. Marilyn Mayo, 63, of Salina and Emma Thomas, 96, of Marquette were pronounced dead after the 2013 Kia Soul they were in was struck by a semi truck that had left the road while traveling north on I-135, according to a highway patrol crash report.

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