SIX LOCAL ATHLETES HEADED TO STATE
Sylvan-Lucas Football dominate Tescott
Lincoln Leopards take down the Bennington Bulldogs
Pittinger named Kansas Elementary PE Teacher of the Year
Introducing a new resident at Rolling Hills Zoo
Howl-o-ween events for one and all

News

Pittinger named Kansas Elementary PE Teacher of the Year

When Shari Pittenger first began her career as a physical education instructor, she had no idea she would spend more than 30 years at USD #298, or get the level of recognition she recently received

A staff member at Lincoln Park Manor has tested presumptive positive for COVID-19, according to information received from Administrator Diane Walters.

Starting Nov. 2, 2020, the Lincoln County Health Department will begin doing COVID-19 Saliva testing. This is not a rapid test. It may take up to two days to receive test results.

Opinion

Good hunting memories remain worth shooting for

As the soybeans and trees began to surrender their summer green to the inevitability of autumn, my mind started to drift to pheasant hunts long ago.

The week that was

Have you ever noticed how things in general are grouped in three’s? Like.... Three strikes and you’re out. Third time’s a charm. Ready, set, go.

Fall is winding down on our farm. Brown grass is hidden beneath piles of colorful leaves that have fallen.

Sports

SIX LOCAL ATHLETES HEADED TO STATE

Lincoln’s Vath is three-time

 

 

 

 

Sylvan-Lucas Football dominate Tescott

The Sylvan Mustangs football team ended their regular season with a blow out against the Tescott Trojans. The final score was 46-0.

Lincoln Leopards take down the Bennington Bulldogs

The Lincoln Leopard football team ended the regular season with a loss against the undefeated Canton-Galva Eagles. Lincoln finished the night with 19 overall tackles and one sack.

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