The Lincoln County Historical Society kicked off the year-long 150th anniversary celebration of Lincoln County at the Chamber’s January What’s Up luncheon held January 15 at the Kyne House museum.
Brennan Johnson, Angela Corpstein and Lisa Feldkamp were administered the oath of office by City Clerk Heather Hillegeist at the January 13 meeting of the Lincoln city council. Johnson and
This year, 2020, marks 30 years since Marilyn Helmer began staging Lincoln Day Reenactments. In honor of the county’s 150th anniversary, Helmer’s Lincoln Reenactment Committee has planned three events during
After nearly five years as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at Lincoln County Hospital and medical clinics, Steve Granzow retired effective December 31, 2019. A reception in his honor was held
January 6 was the last board meeting to attend as members of the board for long term board members Monty Brenaman and Rhonda Wright following the November 2019 elections. Both
In November, 2019, two Lincoln county entities were awarded grants from G. L Huyett’s Project Drive program. G.L. Huyett is a manufacturer of non-threaded fasteners, grease fittings and lifting hardware.
The Lincoln County Historical Society is January’s sponsor for the Chamber of Commerce What’s Up luncheon set for January 15 at the Kyne House Museum. A soup luncheon will be served at no cost.
A reception was held December 30 for longtime Lincoln County Hospital employee Lynne Metz. Metz has been a familiar face at the hospital where she has been a Medical Technologist for 50 years.
Ringing in the new year at the Lincoln Sentinel-Republican meant a lot to the local newspaper, including a renewed commitment to local news, regular hours, and a “new” news editor.
Kim Hlad is an important member of the Health Information Department at Lincoln County Hospital.