Due to inclement weather, the regular meeting of the board of trustees for Lincoln County Hospital, originally scheduled for February 19, was postponed until February 26. The credentials of two
Inching closer to warmer days, Kansans will spring forward as Daylight saving time goes into effect March 10. Clocks will move forward one hour, causing an hour less of sleep
Long-time Lincoln Park Manor maintenance director Greg Babcock is on a new path to take care of the people of Lincoln County. Now working at Street Plumbing Heating and Electric,
The National Weather Service in Topeka will conduct a state-wide tornado drill at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, March 5, 2019.
Walker Concrete, Inc., 414 S. 6th St, announced last week the sale of its ready-mix plant to Abram Ready-Mix, Inc. of Beloit, Kan..
David Dohe, Lincoln County Emergency Manager, and the Lincoln County Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) are planning a Full Scale Exercise (FSE) to test the response of various local entities and practice communication and organization in times of catastrophe.
Last week the Kansas Senate approved by a vote of 28 to 11, SB 32, a bill that will allow Kansas Farm Bureau to establish health care benefit that offers coverage specifically and solely for Farm Bureau members in Kansas.
Recent snowfall in Lincoln County has impacted the school districts, postal service and other entities.
Sylvan-Lucas Unified School District Board of Education members continued further discussions about a district tornado shelter at the Feb. 11 BOE meeting. Dale Zogleman of Protection Shelters, LLC presented information