The last year has been filled with so much construction in Salina. Now that construction is close to being completed and the truck maintenance businesses are opening their doors. Already Warner Truck and Peterbilt are open and doing business. The State Road Shed is a beautiful building and up and running as well. Kenworth’s building should be completed in the near future.
Sew Kewl Upholstery has opened it’s doors for business on Main Street in Salina. The mother and son team of Tracy Draper and Skyler Duckworth have been quite busy already with the jobs from several restaurants and other businesses. Stop in and visit them to see what items they can help you restore beautifully.
The popular Soda Barn which was located on State Street has now moved to the corner of Main Street and 100 East. This new location has more room for more customer parking and big improvements. Still the same great service and products. Stop in and enjoy one of their flavored sodas!
This story was run on KSL News at 6:00 pm on Wednesday, March 11, 2015. To read the full story, please go to KSL.com.
At Wednesday night’s Salina City Council Meeting the first monetary donation came in for the CCC & POW Camp restoration project. The committee for the restoration project presented a donation from the Bert & Doris Olsen Family (formerly from Axtell) to Mayor Deaton and the city council.
It looks like this project is off to a great start. Thank you for this wonderful contribution!