Salina, Kansas

What is Salina, Kansas known for?


manufacturing title

20080409173224 http: www.theschwanfoodcompany.com about_comm.cfm archivedate 2008-04-09


national sports

with the Chicago Tribune, Dallas Morning News, Denver Post, and the Los Angeles Times; he became a senior writer for ''ESPN The Magazine'' in January 1998, having worked as a football reporter for the network since 1992. He was named a senior national sports columnist for ESPN in June 2005. Early years Newman was born in Salina, Kansas. He attended Salina High School Central, where he played high school football for the Salina Central Mustangs. He was an all-state Class 5A selection, he won three varsity letters in basketball, three in track (Track and field athletics), two more varsity letters in football, and one in baseball. He graduated from Salina Central High School in 1998. 301st Bombardment Air Refueling Wing thumb Boeing RB-47H-1-BW Stratojet AF Serial No. 53-4299. After being retired from active duty, this aircraft was on display at the former Schilling Air Force Base (Image:Boeing RB-47H USAF.jpg), near Salina, Kansas for many years. In 1988 it was moved to the National Museum of the United States Air Force and underwent restoration and put on display at the museum. thumb Boeing B-52D-70-BO 56-0582 is refueled by Boeing KC-135A-BN 55-3127 (Image:Boeing B-52D-70-BO (SN 56-0582) is refueled by Boeing KC-135A-BN (SN 55-3127) 061127-F-1234S-009.jpg) He edited several newspapers in Salina, Kansas before serving as a private secretary to Governor Edmund Morrill (Edmund Needham Morrill). He was President William McKinley's fourth assistant postmaster general. On March 15, 1957, Smoky Hill Air Force Base in Salina, Kansas was renamed Schilling Air Force Base in his honor. The Air Force Association's Award for Outstanding Flight, which Schilling won in 1952, was named for him after his death. country United States metropolitan Salina (Salina, Kansas), Kansas territory 31 counties in North Central and Northwest Kansas The '''Roman Catholic Diocese of Salina''' (


events work

web title Primary Annual Events work Salina Visitors Guide publisher Salina Area Chamber of Commerce url http: viewer.epageview.com Viewer.aspx?docid 06fd5059-9c87-4ec4-9702-a38100f3d537 accessdate 2014-08-23 Each June, the Salina Arts & Humanities department holds the Smoky Hill River Festival. Held in Oakdale Park and lasting three and a half days, the Festival includes arts and crafts shows, music concerts, games, and other activities.


extremely large

(Various formats eBook) * ''Illustrated Salina: The Forest City''; Frederick A. Loomis, S. E. Rankin Publisher, 1892. (Various formats eBook) References


rock rock

use in the Smoky Hills consists primarily of cropland and rangeland. The region is sparsely populated with numerous communities of varying size, but no large cities. The two largest communities in the Smoky Hills region are Salina, Kansas and Hays, Kansas. '''Mushroom Rock State Park''', located in the Smoky Hills region of Kansas, is noted for its mushroom rock (mushroom rocks) formations (Rock formations in the United States). These rocks were formed through a process of nonuniform erosion and weathering in which a hard mass of Dakota Sandstone resisted erosion while the underlying softer stone weathered away, forming a "mushroom" shape. There are two mushrooms and a giant shoe rock, as well as numerous other rock formations in the park. The


culture events

default.aspx accessdate 2011-10-20 Salina is also home to the only Public, educational, and government access (PEG) cable TV channels in the state. Cox Communications is the main cable system serving the city, and customers can see local programming and create their own programming to be shown on channels 20 and 21. Culture Events The city holds several community events throughout the year.


good defensive

. Primarily a second-string catcher, he toiled for the Browns (1940–42), Philadelphia Athletics (Oakland Athletics) (1942–43) and Tigers (1944–53), appearing in 1,001 games and hitting (batting average) .231. A good defensive catcher, he batted and threw right-handed. *Hoisington Subdivision (Geneseo, Kansas to McCracken, Kansas and Healy, Kansas to Towner, Colorado) *Salina Subdivision (Salina, Kansas to Osborne, Kansas) *McPherson Subdivision ( McPherson, Kansas


song written

leader of the musical group The Association. Show 37 - The Rubberization of Soul: The great pop music renaissance. Part 3] : UNT Digital Library Kirkman co-wrote some material with fellow group member and friend Jules Alexander. His "Requiem For The Masses", a song written about the war in Vietnam, featured requiem-style vocals. SHS Choirs' Webpage - Terry Kirkman In 1964, while he was dating a girl named Barbara Bivens, he introduced her sister Beverly (Beverly Bivens) to what became, with her as their lead singer, the folk rock group We Five Early life Smith was born in Denver, Colorado. His father was an Air Force (United States Air Force) officer, and his childhood was spent in various places including Waco (Waco, Texas), McQueenie, and Laporte (La Porte, Texas), Texas; Salina (Salina, Kansas), Kansas; Sacramento (Sacramento, California), California; and Gifford (Gifford, Illinois), Illinois (all before he completed 5th grade (Fifth grade)) and then St. John’s (St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador), Newfoundland and Ft. Walton Beach (Fort Walton Beach, Florida), Florida where he graduated from high school. http: www.bigheadpress.com lneilsmith ?p 42 Author’s Biography as of May 12, 2007 - SLN KSLN Salina Municipal Airport Salina, Kansas, United States - *Great Bend (Great Bend, Kansas) - KSNC 2 (KSNC) (satellite of KSNW) *Salina (Salina, Kansas) - KSNL-LD 47 (KSNL-LD) (satellite of KSNW) *Topeka (Topeka, Kansas) - KSNT-TV 27 After the war ended, she worked for the Salvation Army in San Francisco, and became an attorney (Lawyer), helping Union veterans with legal issues. She ran a hotel in Salina, Kansas for a time. She received a special pension of $25 a month from Congress (United States Congress) in 1886, and retired to Bunker Hill, Kansas. She died peacefully after a minor stroke. While attending the University of Tulsa, he continued working at KVOO, first as an announcer, and later as a program director. Harvey, at age nineteen spent three years as


public educational

default.aspx accessdate 2011-10-20 Salina is also home to the only Public, educational, and government access (PEG) cable TV channels in the state. Cox Communications is the main cable system serving the city, and customers can see local programming and create their own programming to be shown on channels 20 and 21. Culture Events The city holds several community events throughout the year.


quot service'

(7-12), Catholic school Infrastructure Transportation right thumb The Salina "CityGo" service (Image:CityGo at Walmart.jpg) Interstate 70 (Interstate 70 (Kansas)) and U.S. Route 40 (U.S. Route 40 in Kansas) run concurrently (concurrency (road)) east-west north of Salina. Interstate 135 (Interstate 135 (Kansas)) and U.S. Route 81 (U.S. Route 81 (Kansas)) run concurrently north-south along the west side of the city. I-70 I-135 interchange northwest

Salina, Kansas

'''Salina''' Located in one of the world's largest wheat-producing areas, Salina is a regional trade center for north-central Kansas (North Central Kansas).

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