If you have a tattered U.S. Flag, now is the time to deposit it in the drop off box in front of the VFW building at 144 S Fourth Street so it can be retired with dignity.
This week, September 14-18, is Constitution and Celebrate Freedom week at USD 298 and throughout the state. If you’ve never heard of it, it’s because it is relatively new and celebrated by only five states in the nation.
Lincoln’s homecoming is Friday, Sept. 18. The parade begins at 2:00 with the pep rally to follow at Jim Mettner Field. The crowning of homecoming royalty is set for at 6:00, also at Metner Field, with kick-off at 7:00 against Logan-Palco. Above, the 2020 Homecoming Court sits for a photo. Back Row (L-R): Tyler Good, Landon O’Hare, Dalton Cooper. Front Row: Jaycee Vath, Brecken Obermueller and Mya Squires. (Photo courtesy of LHS photojournalism)
U.S. Senator Jerry Moran (R-KS) and James Kelly from Moran’s Manhattan, Ks. office stopped in Lincoln Tuesday, September 1, to tour the MarCon Pie facility on W. Lincoln Avenue. Along with employees Chelsea Meyer, Jill King and Sharon Coad, Economic Development Director Kelly Larson and Mayor Travis Schwerdtfager were on hand to greet them.
Even though celebrations commemorating the 150th year since ratification of Lincoln County have been canceled or delayed until 2021, there are still ways to recognize this milestone.
Rylan Gier and his family have just come out on the sunny side of a five-month nightmare.
The Board of Trustees of the Lincoln County Hospital met Tuesday, August 25 for their regular monthly meeting.
Scott Rathbun was injured in a 4-wheeler accident near his home Saturday, August 29. Rathbun and his eldest son Carter were out checking on cattle when the incident happened.
Top: Bentley Zachgo, son of David and Christena Zachgo, bravely walks to the bus for his first day of Preschool. He wasn’t so brave when it came to boarding, however. David had to drive him into school. Bottom: Students from Lucas-Sylvan elementary school assemble outside in the grandstand for their first-day-of-school picture. 2020-2021 will be a little different with the implementation of safety standards to combat Covid-19. Students and teachers are seen here wearing their masks and trying to social distance while taking a group photo. (Courtesy Photos)
After 40 years in business in Lincoln County, Doug and Vicki Lebien are closing the doors on Lebien Seeding and Fencing Co. The company is not going out of business though. The Lebiens have sold the company to Lincoln County natives Mitch and Kimberly Meyer effective September 1, 2020, and has been renamed Meyer Seeding & Fencing.