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Saline County, Kansas
 

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Reported Hanging Of A Kansas Outlaw ~ March 25, 1869

Midnight Report From Kansas ~ June 8, 1869

Our Brookville Trip ~ March 2, 1871


W. C. Tuthill's Daughter Nearly Drowned ~ September 6, 1883

The Efforts of the Directors of Gypsum Hill Cemetery Association ~ May 15, 1884

City Attorney Hutchinson Left Suddenly ~ March 3, 1894

Stole a Rolling Mill; Brookville Father and Son Accused of Taking Most Everying ~ January 29, 1897

Missing Salina Sheriff, Jacob Malmgren, A Suicide In A Box Car ~ March 26, 1897

Peter Martin, Wifed for 18 Years, Forgets All About Such Trifles ~ May 14, 1897

Slot Machines Must Go ~ May 21, 1897

Fate Pursued Peter Swanberg ~ July 13, 1897

Silas Seaman Chooses A Horrible Death ~ August 6, 1897

The Late R. A. Mitchler's Career In Salina ~ November 23, 1897

Hotel Keeper Joshua Morris' Suicide at Salina ~ December 3, 1897

Saline County Farmer Insane (Orrin Bates) ~ March 8, 1898

Farmer Swindled By Lightning Rod Agents ~ March 15, 1898

C. L. Hill Accused Of Murder ~ April 5, 1898

Mamie Stanley Kills Herself Because Unfortunate In Love ~ May 27, 1898

Kansas Soldier Vote ~  December 13, 1898

Saline County Farmers Stop Expensive Lawsuit Over Trivial Matter ~ May 29, 1900

No Candidate For Coroner ~ August 14, 190

Sheriff Raided A Wholesale Liquor House ~ MArch 19, 1901

Charles Hussey Cleared of Murder ~ June 2, 1902

Allen Williams Found Guilty of Statutory Assault ~ September 12, 1902

Harvey Bardonnar Murder and Trial ~ November 1, 1903

James F. Caldwell Is Murdered While Asleep ~ September 15, 1905

Helen Johnson Pardoned ~ March 14, 1908

Albert Nelson's Family Sues For Life Insurance After His Suicide ~ January 1, 1909

Mrs. Will Shotwell Will Arrive Tomorrow ~ July 29, 1910

Thermometer Reached the 111 Mark ~ July 29, 1910

A Good Faculty At K.W.B.C. ~ April 28, 1915

Raymond Heim Drowns In Tank ~ August 27, 1915

New Federal Prison Warden ~ April 6, 1919

O. S. Riedel and Mrs. Carl Bottsford Lose Lives Near Salina ~ July 27, 1919

H. G. Douglass Succeeded William Baltersby ~ January 13, 1931

Stockholders and Employees of the National Bank of America Held Turkey Dinner ~ January 13, 1931

Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Burch Have Left for a Trip ~ January 13, 1931

John Pyle and Larry Krell Have Completed Plans For a Warehouse ~ January 13, 1931

E. R. Nelson Will Return To His Former Work With the Union Pacific ~ January 13, 1931

Fred Gordon Drowns in River ~ July 10, 1935

A Tombstone Is Taken From Gypsum Hill Cemetery ~ March 24, 1939

William Earhart Drowns ~ December 11, 1941

John T. Hamilton Drowns After Fall Into River ~ October 27, 1950

Two Die Sunday From Overheated Furnace (Lillian Gardenshire & Cpl. John Powell ~ November 10, 1950

Vade Boy Awarded $6000 Damages ~ January 7, 1951

Salinan Helped In Evacuation ~ January 7, 1951

Motor Train Involved In Two Accidents ~ January 8, 1951

Salinan Sees Self In Movie ~ January 8, 1951

Two Children (Mary Alice & David Lewis Marshall) Die in Blaze ~ July 14, 1958

Wayne Sharp Drowns While Recovering Birds ~ October 25, 1959

Salina Fire Loss High in '59 ~ January 1, 1960

Jerry Edward Eaton Drowns at Sunset Park ~ August 12, 1964

Virgil Havel Drowns When Ice Breaks On Pond ~ March 25, 1965

Dale Rohr Drowns ~ July 6, 1966

Gun Duel Victim Raymond Jo-Dell Davis Charged ~ May 30, 1969

Valenzia Self Drowns ~ July 31, 1970

Regina Partridge Drowns At Kanopolis Lake ~ August 11, 1976

Body of George Lawrence, Drowning Victim, Found in Lake ~ July 8, 1981

Suspicious Fire Destroys Abandoned College Gym ~ February 16, 1987

The Final Curtain ~ Marymount College ~ July 1, 1989

The Chaple of Love ~ Marymount College ~ July 1, 1989

Historians Tell Stories Behind Graves ~ November 16, 2005

 

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