Salina, Kansas

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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.


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globalflyer.fossett "''Fossett makes history''" - CNN.com article dated March 4, 2005 '''Terry Kirkman''', (born December 12, 1939) in Salina (Salina, Kansas), Kansas, U.S. (United States), is a musician and writer of the hit songs "Cherish (Cherish (The Association song))", "Everything That Touches You", and "Six Man Band". He left the band Men in 1962 to become a founding member and sometime


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Indoor Football League (CPIFL), the Salina Bombers. * Salina is the home of the Kansas Wesleyan University Coyotes, a 20-sport National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics athletics program. The Coyotes have been a member of the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference since 1928. In popular culture *The 1980 teen comedy film ''Up the Academy'' was filmed entirely in Salina, mostly on the campus of St. John's Military School. Internet Movie Database * Scenes in the 1955 movie ''Picnic'' (Picnic (1955 film)), starring William Holden and Kim Novak, were filmed in Salina (arrival of the train at the beginning of the movie, The Bensons' mansion) * Millie Dillmount, the fictional main character in the musical ''Thoroughly Modern Millie'', is from Salina. She leaves home for New York City, determined never to return, as depicted in the opening number, "Not for the Life of Me." Notable people


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the war, and the town expanded rapidly with the arrival of the Kansas Pacific Railway in 1867. Salina incorporated (municipal corporation) as a city in 1870.

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(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


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-03-02 To celebrate Independence Day (Independence Day (United States)), the city puts on its All American Fourth and Play Day in the Park which include children’s games, music, and dance performances in Oakdale Park. The Smoky


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. Another branch campus, known as the Olathe Innovation Campus, is presently under construction in Olathe, Kansas. When completed, the Olathe facility will be the academic research presence within the Kansas Bioscience Park, and will research bioenergy, animal health, plant science and food safety and security.


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, of the employed civilian labor force was: 27.2% in management, business, science, and arts; 25.4% in sales and office occupations; 19.4% in service occupations; 9.9% in natural resources, construction, and maintenance; 18.2% in production, transportation, and material moving. The three industries employing the largest percentages of the working civilian labor force were: educational services, health care, and social assistance (21.2%); manufacturing (17.8%); and retail trade (13.1%). ref name


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title tt0081695 locations Internet Movie Database * Scenes in the 1955 movie ''Picnic'' (Picnic (1955 film)), starring William Holden and Kim Novak, were filmed in Salina (arrival of the train at the beginning of the movie, The Bensons' mansion) * Millie Dillmount, the fictional main character in the musical ''Thoroughly Modern Millie'', is from Salina. She leaves home for New York City, determined never to return, as depicted in the opening number, "Not for the Life of Me." Notable people


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, Kansas Salina and Industry (Industry, Kansas). He went to junior high in Wakefield (Wakefield, Kansas) and high school in Clay Center, Kansas. He graduated from the University of Kansas, in Lawrence (Lawrence, Kansas), with a B.S. (Bachelor of Science) in Journalism. He was the first on-air DJ for KJHK radio, the student-run radio station at 90.7 FM in Lawrence, KS.

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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