Post Rock District 4-H boosts director on career path
Get to know the election candidates: USD #298
Leopards split with Thunder Ridge, Natoma
Sylvan-Lucas volleyball goes 3-1 over week
UP’s Big Boy No. 4014 steam engine on tour
Swenson honored at Sunflower Fair

News

Post Rock District 4-H boosts director on career path

Nineteen years with Kansas State Research and Extension has only fueled the fire for Lincoln County leader Aliesa Woods, Post Rock District Director and 4-H Youth Development Agent, and she remains

In a letter released October 7, John Grace, President of Grace Team Services, announced a new administrator for Lincoln Park Manor.

Get to know the election candidates: USD #298

This is the first installment of a multi-part Question and Answer look at getting to know the local school board candidates and city council candidates prior to election time.

Opinion

Charlene Batchman

PAW PALS - LINCOLN AREA HUMANE SOCIETY

INSIGHT - KANSAS FARM BUREAU

INSIGHT - KANSAS FARM BUREAU

Sports

Leopards split with Thunder Ridge, Natoma

The Lincoln High School volleyball team played the top team in the Northern Plains League and the lastplace team in the league on Tuesday night. The result was what could be expected.

Sylvan-Lucas volleyball goes 3-1 over week

The Sylvan-Lucas High School volleyball team went 3-1 last week to remain tied for third place in the Northern Plains League.

Tescott volleyball stays busy

Six matches in four days was what the Tescott High School volleyball team endured last week.

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