Lincoln Jr./Sr. High School senior Dylan Babcock is now ranked among the best of journalists in the Sunflower State.
Doug Stein, Wells Fargo Financial Advisors, and Lori Barrick, The Principal, were on hand at the Feb.
On Friday 23, February 2018, at approximately 8:30 p.m., an individual from Athol, Kan.
From sweet, baked apple crisp to smoked, barbecued meats to dairy-free, egg-less chocolate cake, Alisha DeWitt can cook or bake any type of delicious dish that comes her way.
Two historic Lincoln County buildings will receive grant funding from the Heritage Trust Fund of the Kansas Historical Society for structural improvements and preservation.
Several members of the Recreation Commission’s board of directors were on hand at the February 12, 2018 Lincoln city council meeting to update the council on their activities.
The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office shared a press release to their Facebook page on Feb. 4 attempting to locate a missing person.
Nearly 550 farmers and ranchers from 82 Kansas counties attended the annual Kansas Farm Bureau Young Farmers and Ranchers leaders conference held in Manhattan Jan. 26-28.
A simple act to start the evening, reciting the Pledge of Allegiance, set the stage for a night of patriotic inspiration and community togetherness at the Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Ba
Lincoln School Board members spent nearly three hours discussing heating and cooling options for the elementary school, a proposal to give district teachers six in-service days next year to work on