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By Jennifer McDaniel

After months of work, the Live Lincoln County print and digital publications distribution is nearly complete. The publication is distributed free at stops along the western half of the I-70 corridor, as an insert to out-ofcounty subscribers to the Sentinel, through local and area advertisers, and in a free, online digital edition. Visitors to the 27th-annual Kansas Sampler Festival, May 7-8 in Winfield, were also able to pick up their own copies, thanks to Lincoln residents Jack and Kathie Crispin, who said more than 300 copies of the magazine went out during the weekend long event.

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By Jyll Phillips

The first order of business for the Lincoln City Council at their regular May meeting, Monday, May 9, was organization. Mayor Travis Schwerdtfager made several appointments and recommendations, all approved and confirmed by the governing body. Council member Jack Crispin was elected President of the council by his peers.

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By Jennifer McDaniel

As a truck driver, Don Howell was used to being on the move. So as he approached retirement, Howell knew he needed something to keep him busy. And he may have found the perfect way. On May 3, Howell opened Don’s Glass Shop and Handyman at 152 W. Lincoln Ave. The shop opened with a special open house celebration, which treated customers to several door prizes, including a weed trimmer and tools.

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