Mike Simmons knows antiques, and he has the collection to prove it.

A purveyor of antiquities and heirlooms, Simmons spent more than 40 years searching for collectibles.

Lincoln City Council members started the new year fresh with the oath of office administered to three members and the appointments of city officials and council committees for 2018.

Lincoln County entities applying for a Wind Economic Benefit Fund grant will need to have their paperwork submitted to the Lincoln County Economic Development Foundation office in the basement of t


I think we can all agree that economic development doesn’t happen overnight. “It’s a marathon, not a sprint,” as the saying goes.

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.


The Sylvan-Lucas and Tescott basketball teams opened the new year at Tescott Friday, January 5.

The Leopard basketball teams opened the new year hosting the Osborne Bulldogs Friday, January 5. Both Lincoln teams began 2018 with a loss.

Twenty-six teams belonging to 14 schools will descend upon Lincoln and Tescott for the annual Northern Plains League tournament Jan. 12- 19.

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