Planning Session well attended

By John Baetz

“Economic development really has to be a comprehensive approach. It also has to be incremental,” new Lincoln County Economic Development Director Kelly Larson told a group of more than 70 community leaders who gathered for a strategic planning session at the Lincoln High School Commons Area, Wednesday, October 15. “Economic development has to be a self-help program,” she added.

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Fall harvest creeps to full star

After a week of wet conditions fall harvest crept to a full start last week in Lincoln County with farmers working furiously to get soybeans in the bin, and beginning to test milo fields. According to the USDA Crop Progress and Condition report from October 20, soybean harvest was 31 percent complete statewide, behind the average of 57 percent, but dry conditions over the weekend allowed for much of the state to get in the fields.

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Hunter Lions Club presents check to cafe

The Hunter Lions Club of Hunter, Kan. presented Kay Heller the Hunter cafe manager with a check for $1,023.27 for a new commercial food mixer from General Food Equipment, a Legacy Company.

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Sylvan Grove Senior Center awarded grant

The Sylvan Grove Senior Center was recently awarded a $250 VAP (Volunteer Always Pays) grant from the Walmart Foundation. This is available to nonprofit organizations with 501c3 status whenever a current Walmart employee volunteers at least 25 hours of time assisting a nonprofit.

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Leopard girls team takes NPL Crown

By Tyler Gier

The Lincoln cross country teams finished the regular season in style with both teams placing in the top three. The Leopard girls claimed the league title by one point over Osborne. The boys team placed third. Tesla Madsen of Tescott placed third in the girls race. The Trojan boys placed fifth as a team.

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