Saturday Aug. 24 a storm system hammered the north central Kansas area, packing severe weather in all forms and torrential rainfall to an area already partially saturated by rain earlier
The proposed 2020 Lincoln County budget, published in the Aug. 22 issue of the Lincoln Sentinel-Republican, forecasts a higher overall expenditure of $8.5 million, compared to the anticipated $8 million
Eric Otting, CPA, Managing Member of Wendling Noe Nelson & Johnson, LLC in Topeka, was on hand at the August 20 regular meeting of the Lincoln County Hospital’s board of
The USD 299 Board of Education held the annual Budget Hearing during the regular meeting Monday, Aug. 12, and following review, the proposed 5.1M budget was approved with none opposed.
Eighty years ago, in 1939, the classic movies “Gone with the Wind,” and “The Wizard of Oz” and the classic western film “Stagecoach” premiered. Lou Gehrig retired from Major League
Erin Allen, director of Business Development for Midland GIS Solutions, presented a proposal to Lincoln’s city council at their regular August meeting regarding the mapping of the city’s sewer mains.
Fortunately, the Flinn family was not home Sunday morning Aug. 18 when an explosion blew apart the walls of their basement at 2081 E. Milo Dr., engulfing their home in
The USD 298 Board of Education held the annual Budget Hearing Meeting prior to the regular monthly meeting on Monday, Aug. 5, with outgoing District Treasurer Nancy Knapp and new
In an Aug. 6 press release, Kansas Department of Transportation announced a surface recycle and chip seal project on K-18 to begin Aug. 8. Crews will be working the road
At least five Lincoln County Highway Department employees have turned in resignations or quit in recent weeks, including the Director of Public Works Michel O’Hare, the Interim Road and Bridge