Badge #44. Father of three; John, age 3; Anthony, age 2; and Jerry Randolph, 6 months. Jerry Randolph Ivey was born in 1948 in Gastonia, N.C. Jerry was stationed at Fort Riley, Kansas for three years. He was discharged in 1968. He became an officer with the Salina Police Department and a member […]

Sunset Park is conveniently located in the center of Salina. Just 1/2 mile West of Kansas Wesleyan University at 700 W. Sunset Drive. It offers outdoor basketball courts, tennis courts, horseshoe pit, playground, grills, gazebo and a beautiful Botanical Garden. In April of 2016, reporter Eric Wiley, Salina, reported Bob Ash, Salina Parks and Forestry […]

Lakewood Park is situated on the Northeast side of Salina. You can get to it from Ohio or from Iron Avenue. The park has a wooded area offering walking nature and hiking trails that lead you to a lake. The lake is stocked with fish and you can canoe on it also. The site is […]

When first getting to Salina, I was sad a lot because I thought that I would have to go way far out of my way in order to go fishing or sit by some water or anything like that. It wasn’t until I overhead some people saying that they had workouts at Indian Rock Park […]

Oakdale Park means something different to everyone who visits. For me, Oakdale Park is the host location to the Annual Salina Arts and Humanities River Festival, which takes place every June. The park features a non-operation locomotive engine, botanical garden, gazebos, grills, performing stage, playground, tennis courts and is conveniently located near downtown, in the […]

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