Pi Day, March 14, took on a whole new meaning when well over 100 people attended the ribbon cutting and open house at MarCon Pies in Lincoln Saturday, March 14 at 3:14 p.m.
The Board of Directors of Citizens State Bank & Trust Co. recently announced a series of promotions, effective January 1, 2020, in its community banks located in Ellsworth, Lincoln, Minneapolis, Delphos and Glasco.
Walk Kansas, a health initiative designed to encourage more movement, healthier eating and a fuller life, sponsored by K-State Research and Extension, kicks off March 15.
“Bell(e)s on Progress” with Linda Ganstrom of Hays, and “In the Fall of Early Light” with L.H. Sven Johnson of Galva opens at the Lincoln Art Center with a Gallery Open House & Exhibit Opening Reception , 5:30-7:30 Friday March 13, 2020. The exhibit is scheduled to run through April 25. A special recognition of Post Rock Community Foundation and the Dane G. Hansen Foundation is also included in the evening.
Obermueller teaches basic coding with robotics
The Lincoln County Economic Development Foundation is offering several options for anyone interested in becoming involved with economic development effort in the county.
Four locals were honored by the city’s volunteer fire department at Lincoln Fire’s annual banquet held Saturday, February 29.
USD 298’s Beef to Schools program recently received a donation of locally raised beef from the Kevin and Katie Good family and Wiebke Farms for use in the district’s hot lunch program. Processing fees were donated by Judy Schroeder, Angel Vath, Lannie and Arletta Morse and Insurance Planning, Inc.
The board of trustees of Lincoln County Hospital met February 18 for their regular monthly meeting, following weekly special meetings held over the past 30 days.
The Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce held its annual meeting Saturday, February 22 at LJSHS. Entertainment for the evening was provided by retired educator and actor Ken Church.