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The Salt City Waltz returns to the Palace Theater on Nov. 24th!

The Salt City Waltz returns to the Palace Theater on Nov. 24th!

Join us November 24th for the Party of the Season!   As the Rebel 105.9 and The Palace Theater present  The Salt City Waltz; A Homegrown Celebration of the Music of The Band. Featuring OUR BAND, Los Blancos joined by Scott Ebner, Mark Westers and Mark Nanni! Special guests the Salt City Waltz Ensemble w/Gary…

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The REBEL Rock Shop is now Open!

The REBEL Rock Shop is now Open!

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Mountain Lion Kitten Sickened After Someone Took It Home, Fed It Bratwurst

Mountain Lion Kitten Sickened After Someone Took It Home, Fed It Bratwurst

Colorado Parks and Wildlife is again reminding the public to leave wildlife alone after removing a sick mountain lion kitten from a private home. Officials say someone found the kitten – believed to be under six months old – took it home and fed it bratwurst. Officials say the kitten was probably not yet weaned…More

Child’s Dream To Play Becomes Reality With Inclusive Playground

Child’s Dream To Play Becomes Reality With Inclusive Playground

Jamie Jenkins says there is just one thing missing for her kids to have a childhood like any other, an accessible playground. “Just because they may be in a wheel chair or aren’t able to talk doesn’t mean they don’t understand or that they don’t deserve to have a typical childhood to play,” said Jenkins.…More

Deputies, Officers Mourn Sheriff K9 ‘Bandit’ Killed In The Line Of Duty

Deputies, Officers Mourn Sheriff K9 ‘Bandit’ Killed In The Line Of Duty

Law enforcement officers are mourning the death of a Sutter County Sheriff K9 killed in the line of duty on Thursday. Inside the Camp Fire evacuation zone, sheriff’s deputies shot and killed a double homicide suspect after a high-speed chase late Thursday morning. Authorities got a report of a suspicious man living in a car…More

Kinner trial delayed until 2020

Kinner trial delayed until 2020

The trial of accused killer Timmy Kinner has been delayed until January 2020. Kinner, who is accused of stabbing and killing a three-year-old girl at her birthday party in Boise in June, was set to face a death penalty trial starting early in 2019, but the defense requested an extra year to prepare for the…More

Batteries stolen from Piper School District buses impacting Friday morning routes

Batteries stolen from Piper School District buses impacting Friday morning routes

The Piper School District said several batteries have been stolen from buses in its Durham fleet. Kansas City, Kansas, police said seven buses, each with two batteries, were affected. Officers are reviewing surveillance footage. The KCK district said the buses are inoperable as a result of the theft in a Facebook post Friday morning. Since…More

Mishawaka officers help deliver a baby in police department’s parking lot

Mishawaka officers help deliver a baby in police department’s parking lot

Two Mishawaka police officers helped deliver a baby boy into the world, right in the department’s parking lot. Officers Franklin Ennis and Donald Siders were both at the police headquarters on Wednesday night when a family drove into the parking lot. In the car was Lakota Bulter and she was in labor. Officers helped Bulter…More

Police deliver groceries to young mother who sought help on social media

Police deliver groceries to young mother who sought help on social media

Police offered some early holiday help for a young mother who used social media seeking assistance. Roeland Park officers found a post on Craigslist Friday morning from the mother of two who lives in Roeland Park asking for help to provide food to her and her 2-year-old and 3-week-old children. After a few e-mails between…More

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