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A state grant program designed to fully fund efforts to replace road signs throughout Lincoln County is facing resistance as posts are being damaged and even destroyed - a problem that may eventual

A state grant program designed to fully fund efforts to replace road signs throughout Lincoln County is facing resistance as posts are being damaged and even destroyed - a problem that may eventual

When the Vesper Vintage lost its venue, local crafter Kerry Isbell looked for another market to exhibit and sell her selection of shabby-chic and repurposed items.

Opinion

In response to Dorothy Andreson’s letter from the Sept. 14 issue:

One hundred forty-bushel dryland corn in Norton County?

Impossible. Won’t ever happen. Can’t be done.

Congratulations to the Lincoln County Fair Board, who again, pulled off an amazing four days of excellent competition and entertainment.

Sports

Entering the final stretch of the season the Northern Plains League held their league volleyball tournament Saturday, Oct. 14 at Beloit.

The Sylvan-Lucas football team saw their undefeated run come to an end last Friday night, Oct. 13 in a key district contest at Northern Valley. The Huskies took the win 46-6.

The Lady Leopards hosted their first triangular Tuesday, Oct. 3 with St. John’s Beloit-Tipton and Wilson visiting. Lincoln split on the night going 1-1 on the evening.

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