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A Salina company that already presses about a million vinyl records a year has acquired 13 vintage presses that the owner says will double production.

The Salina Journal reports Chad Kassem, owner of Quality Record Pressings, says he found the presses in Chicago and persuaded the long-time owner to sell them.

"People all over the world are freaking out, trying to locate presses anywhere," Kassem said.

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It seems like every new technology tries its best to kill off the vinyl record.

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A statewide digital network to exchange health records goes live Sunday and Wichita providers will be among the first in the state to start sharing information.

The Kansas Health Information Exchange has been years in the making.

Stakeholders began preliminary work on the infrastructure in 2005, and then governor Kathleen Sebilius accelerated efforts in 2007 with the establishment of the Kansas Health Information Exchange Commission.