News

Bud and Georgie DeArvil welcomed visitors to their home in Lincoln during Sunday’s Holiday Homes Tour organized by the Lincoln County Tourism Coalition.

Sheila Klein-Weckman laughs when she’s asked about the origin of Tangerine Tumbleweed, the name of a new business she and her husband, Ken Weckman, opened in Village Lines.

An annual match program aimed at helping the Post Rock Community Foundation grow its funds exponentially kicked off last week during the Match Month event in Lincoln.

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

2017-18 Lincoln High School Boys Basketball Team. Front row (L-R): Dylan Wiebke, Sean Obermueller, Cody Behrens, Colin Obermueller, Drew Biggs, Amanda Wollesen.

2017-18 Lincoln High School Girls Basketball Team. Front row (L-R): Mikayla Breneman, Birta Hauksdottir, Brianna Wilson, Allison Crist, MacKenize Lyne, Lainie White, Macy Squires.

2017-18 Lincoln High School Wrestling Team. Front row (L-R): Cheyenne Perez and Megan Salsberry.

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