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What’s Up Luncheon kicks off 150 years
Grants awarded to local entities
Metz retires from Lincoln County Hospital after 50 years
Kim Hlad named Lincoln County Hospital “Caring for our Community” employee
New year brings changes to the Lincoln Sentinel


Lincoln welcomes new council

Brennan Johnson, Angela Corpstein and Lisa Feldkamp were administered the oath of office by City Clerk Heather Hillegeist at the January 13 meeting of the Lincoln city council.

What’s Up Luncheon kicks off 150 years

The Lincoln County Historical Society kicked off the year-long 150th anniversary celebration of Lincoln County at the Chamber’s January What’s Up luncheon held January 15 at the Kyne House museum.

The Lincoln County Economic Development Foundation held their regular monthly meeting Wednesday, January 15 in the basement of the courthouse.


For the love of junk food


I recently joined one of those on-line psychological shaming programs to “help” me lose weight.

Organized chaos

So, we’re a little over a week into the new year. I wonder how many New Year Resolutions have already gone bust.

Signup for the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) began December 9, 2019. The deadline for producers to offer land during the general CRP sign-up is February 28, 2020.


Hustle Hard, Lift Heavy

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