81 Connection to Start September 5th with Complimentary Fares for 90 Days

The new fixed route bus service from Belleville to Salina, 81 Connection, will start running on Tuesday, September 5th. For the first 90 days of operation, complimentary fares will ... Continue Reading →

Join Salina’s first responders and give blood at annual Battle of the Badges Blood Drive

With lights flashing and sirens blaring, Salina police, fire and emergency medical services personnel often arrive first at emergencies, always ready to help. Local first responders ... Continue Reading →

School Speed Limits to Resume August 14

Area schools resume classes on August 14th, and the enforcement of the reduced speed school zones in Salina will resume on the same date. Drivers are encouraged to be additionally ... Continue Reading →

“Gala of the Royal Horses: Carousel of Dreams” Galloping to Salina

Some of the best known horses in the world are coming to perform in Salina. “Gala of the Royal Horses: Carousel of Dreams” will gallop into the Tony’s Pizza Events Center. Follow ... Continue Reading →

Salina Crime Stoppers 7-14-17

Between June 19th and June 28th, unknown suspect(s) burglarized an outbuilding located in the 7000 block of E. Assaria Road, in rural Saline County. Numerous items were stolen including: An ... Continue Reading →

OCCK Transportation Proposes Changes to CityGo Blue Route

OCCK, Inc. Transportation is proposing changes to the CityGo Blue Route. As the public transportation provider for the city of Salina, we are continually looking at ways of improving ... Continue Reading →

USD 305 Eliminates Participation Fees

Salina USD 305 Board of Education members approved the discontinuation of a student participation fee associated with athletics and other activities at Tuesday evening’s meeting. ... Continue Reading →

Ghost Hunters to Help Library Users Research Hauntings

Salina Public Library’s Summer at the Library Program will feature a presentation from the Salina Paranormal Investigative Research Team (S.P.I.R.i.T) this Thursday evening. Researching ... Continue Reading →

Giving back; Abilene rodeo fan benefits from cancer fund

Ron Shivers hasn’t missed many nights of the Abilene rodeo. Whether it was in the stands, watching his favorite event, the bull riding, or helping out as a member of the Central ... Continue Reading →

Saline County Back-to-School Fair Seeking Exhibitors

Organization and businesses are invited to participate in the annual Saline County Back-to-School Fair July 28 at Lakewood Middle School. On behalf of the Healthy Community/Healthy ... Continue Reading →

Rodeo to stampede into Abilene; businesses supportive of community event

A long-time tradition will stampede into Abilene in August. The annual Wild Bill Hickok Rodeo returns for the 72nd edition August 2-5, kicking off the Central Kansas Free Fair. The ... Continue Reading →

Presentation Explores Difficulties in Water Conservation

Abilene Public Library, 209 NW 4th, will host “Water: Why Is It so Difficult to Conserve?,” a presentation and discussion by Matthew Sanderson on Saturday, July 8th at 10:00 am.  ... Continue Reading →