Presented Kathy Hageman, an Abilene Reflector-Chronicle reporter, with a certificate of achievement for her first place winning education story in the Kansas Press Association's yearly contest. The story was about the 2016 school finance battle in the...
3/20/2017
Abilene students know their beef — they proved it last week when they walked away from the Kansas ProStart Culinary Competition with the Best Beef award. Team members Zoë Cooper and Brenna Riffel, both sophomores; and juniors Grace Alvarez,...
3/20/2017
14, 2016 to March 11, 2017 — Sam Zook of Abilene reported burglary of a white metal door and handtools at 3326 Hawk Rd., Abilene . • March 13 — The state reported alleged possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia at mile marker 266 (Solomon)...
3/20/2017
ABILENE — John Dunlap, 74, passed away Friday, March 17, 2017, in Chapman. He was born Jan. 26, 1943, in Pinehurst, N.C., the son of John Woodrow Sr. and Mabel Ruth (Vaughn) Dunlap. Growing up in North Carolina and Kansas , John attended local ...and...
3/19/2017
KWCH The public information director for the Salina school district says Gantenbein was part of the Central Kansas Cooperative in Education, based in Salina. She says the school board voted to accept Gantenbein's resignation following an executive...
3/15/2017
Abilene Recorder Chronicle MANHATTAN — Kansas State men's basketball players expected to make the NCAA Tournament on Friday. Their confidence remained strong on Saturday. Then Sunday arrived and all of a sudden nerves took over. When the selection show...
3/15/2017
KSAL A man from Abilene was arrested in rural Saline County early Tuesday morning after leading sheriff deputies on a high speed pursuit reaching speeds of over 100 miles-per-hour. Saline County Sheriff Roger Soldan says at 1:25 in the morning a...
3/14/2017