The USD 298 Board of Education met December 14 for their last regular board meeting of the year — a year that probably felt like two.
Community-focused social media has become a way of life, especially in this year of on and off quarantines, on and off employment issues and on and off business volume.
Last week, KWCHTV in Wichita reported that since mid-November, the Kansas Department of Labor has stopped roughly 2,335 fraudulent unemployment claims each includes someone filing a day.
While many activities and special events that usually occur during the holiday season have been cancelled due to the pandemic and many churches are ministering to their congregations through social
Angela O’Bannon, owner and operator of Rustic Floral and Gifts, announced Dec. 7, 2020 that her flower shop will be closing Dec. 23.
During its fall grant cycle, the Post Rock Community Foundation awarded over $71,000 to 13 projects throughout Lincoln County and those served by USD 298 and USD 299.
As Covid-19 cases rise in the area many people are leery of venturing out in public.
While the weather outside is not frightful, snow or no snow, area farmers and ranchers celebrate the season with creativity! Look for these fine “no-snowmen” on K-18 between Lincoln and Tescott on, of course, the north side of the road. The sight makes a person want to sing that old 1946 hit song, “Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow!” (Photos by Becky Rathbun)
Taking advantage of live streaming and social media has proven to be a boost for retailers dealing with COVII) restrictions during 2020. While not their primary business model, the Lincoln Art Center is also a retailer and has recently jumped on board to showcase items in their gift shop.