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Kan. man sentenced for raping girl for several years - The Salina Post
The Lawrence Journal-Worldreportsthe victim, who is now 17, read a statement before sentencing saying Tribble stole her childhood from her.
Roofing work caused Hale Library fire, investigators find
Roofing work caused the fire at Hale Library on Tuesday, the Manhattan Fire Department said Wednesday afternoon.K-State officials didn’t provide information Thursday on the nature of the roofing work.The investigators did not provide an estimate for fire, smoke and water damage. MFD officials said K
Nursing home resident charged with battery
CLAY CENTER — A man who is a resident of a nursing home, appeared in Clay County District Court on a battery charge Monday.Albert Cadoret, a wheel-chair bound resident of the Wakefield Rehabilitation Center, appeared in court on the misdemeanor.Two employees of the nursing home appeared with him, an
Riley County drops 2 games, finishes 4th in Class 3A
Tristan Kulp arched his back and glared up at the sky, outwardly frustrated with himself for refusing to pull the trigger on another mystery of a pitch from Thomas More Prep’s Chase Werth Friday afternoon.The Riley County junior meandered back to the visitors’ dugout at Tointon Family Stadium while
Riley County police investigating early morning robbery at Manhattan gas station
MANHATTAN, Kan. (KSNT) - Riley County Police are investigating after a local gas station was robbed early Wednesday morning.Just before 12:30 a.m. the Dara's located in the 3200 block of Kimball Ave. was robbed, according to RCPD.A suspect shown in the surveillance video above can be seen taking mon
Police: Multi-county Kan. chase started over $67 in gas - The Salina Post
Eventually the truck hit and embankment and the driver, 35-year-old Robert Lee Ehrlich, fled into a field.
Salina police searching for man accused of taking photos of woman in dressing room
SALINA, Kan. (KWCH)Salina police are searching for a man who was seen using a cell phone to take pictures of an unsuspecting woman in a dressing room.Officers responded to the D.A.V. Thrift Store Monday May, 14.The suspect was seen holding a phone over the dividing partition of the dressing room. Wh
City Notebook: 2 pools to open this weekend
Two city pools will open for Memorial Day weekend.City Park Pool, 1220 Poyntz Ave., will open Saturday, and Northview Pool, 510 Griffith Drive, will open Monday on Memorial Day.CiCo Park Pool, 3309 Robinson Ave., will open as soon as staffing allows this season. Lifeguards will take swim tests at th
Stepmom of missing Kansas boy back in jail - The Salina Post
Just after 10:30p.m. Thursday Emily Glass was booked into jail, according tothe Sedgwick County booking report. The requested charges included interference with law enforcement officer and obstruction. There was no bond listed, according to the booking details.
1 injured in US-24 crash involving KHP trooper
Jennifer Rogers, 43, St. George, was driving west in a 2001 Chevy passenger car and attempted to turn south onto Rockenham Road, about 8 miles east of Manhattan. Rogers didn’t yield, and she was hit by a 2018 Dodge patrol car driven by Trooper Scott Moses, 30, Topeka.
Federal charges filed after Kan. teen robbery suspect shot by store manager - The Salina Post
WICHITA, KAN. – Two Kansas men were charged Thursday with a robbery at a Wichita liquor store during which one of them was shot, according to U.S. Attorney Stephen McAllister.
2nd man admits to kidnapping, raping Kansas sheriff's deputy - The Salina Post
Another man, William Luth, was sentenced previously to more than 41 years in prison for abducting the deputy in October 2016 from the parking lot of a detention center in Olathe, Kansas, as she arrived at work. She wasn’t in her uniform. She was released in the Missouri suburb of Lee’s Summit two ho
Highway billboard raising concern in Manhattan
"I think we’re not communist here in Manhattan and we are representing Democracy but that person who owns that billboard has the freedom of speech to do what they want and you know we can’t take it down but we would encourage him to reach out to us, contact us," Magnus said.
Nursing home resident charged with misdemeanor battery
Albert Cadoret, a wheel-chair bound resident of the Wakefield Rehabilitation Center, appeared in court on the misdemeanor. Two employees of the nursing home appeared with him, and told the court that Cadoret understands what is going on, he has difficulty hearing and is incapable of speaking or sign
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Teen robbery suspect shot by Kansas store manager - The Salina Post
On Tuesday, police responded to a liquor store in the 900 Block of South Woodlawn in Wichita, according to officer Charley Davidson.
Duke and Duchess of Sussex make first public appearance
At the event, Harry honoured his father with a touching speech, but sent his new wife into a fit of giggles when a bee flew into his ear - just as the 33-year-old prince was praising Charles' conservation efforts.
Man in debt over DUI sentenced for Kan. bank robbery - The Salina Post
KANSAS CITY, KAN. – A Kansas City man who used his smart phone to pass a note to a teller was sentenced Tuesday to 37 months in federal prison for robbing a bank, according to U.S. Attorney Stephen McAllister.
I Wonder: When will the westside Wendy's reopen?
Q: Any word on when (or if) the west side Wendy’s will reopen? Any word on a new tenant in the old Burger King building?A: You’re not alone in your inquiry. As of last week, the managers at Wendy’s also didn’t know exactly when it would reopen.It became a question for Cotti Foods, the Rancho Santa M
City, county offices closed Monday
The offices for the city of Abilene, Dickinson County and District Court will be closed on Monday for Memorial Day.The Abilene Recycling Center and the Dickinson County Transfer Station will also be closed and will open again at regular hours on Tuesday.