When the USD 298 Board of Education met January 7, 2019, for the monthly meeting, they were greeted with festive and colorful artwork and cards from students for School Board
The Lincoln County Economic Development Foundation met for its first meeting of 2019 on Jan. 9. After the board approved the minutes of the previous meeting and the financial report,
The Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce is inviting Lincoln County residents to celebrate its 65th anniversary at its banquet “Welcome to Lincoln County ‘Years Fly By — Celebrating 65 years’”
In December, the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office announced a road closure just west of Lincoln, at Milo Drive and 180th Road. Lincoln County Public Works Director Michel O’Hare said the
Compiled by Kris Heinze Lincoln Sentinel What follows is the last installment of the Year-in-Review, a look back at the news happenings each month throughout 2018. September 6 Lincoln County
“Practical Pleasure,” featuring works by Dolores Baker, Kay Bitter, Rose Dudek and Herb Harms, all of Great Bend, opens at the Lincoln Art Center Friday, January 11 from 5:30 p.m.
TheAgriculture Improvement Act of 2018, commonly known as the “farm bill,” is a new law some Kansans are excited for at the start of the year. “The general feeling from
The application date for innovative Lincoln County residents to apply for the Windpower Economic Benefit Fund grant is approaching. Applications for the first round are due on or before the