Lincoln youth headed back to school last Thursday, August 17. Above: A bulletion board in the Lincoln Elementary School entryway encourages students to “Climb Aboard The L.E.S. Express”.
Kansas Treasurer Jake LaTurner will be making a stop in Lincoln County this week as part of his current statewide tour.
An investigation continues into the murder of a man discovered Saturday evening in his home approximately six miles east of Tescott.
If you happen to look up at the sky around 1 p.m. on Aug. 21, you will see a rare sight.
In August 1967, the Stop and Shop, a thrift store operated by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary Post No. 7928, opened its doors at 134 E. Lincoln Ave.
This spring, Lincoln County rural firefighters witnessed some of the biggest, unrelenting grass fires they had ever seen.
With a new school year starting soon, most students will be heading back to the classroom on foot, by bus or by getting a ride from a parent.
When co-authors Marci Penner and WenDee Rowe hit the road a few years ago gathering material for their upcoming book, they knew they wanted to visit each of the state’s 626 incorporated cities.
In spite of the heat, hundreds of people enjoyed the Lincoln County Fair in Sylvan Grove the week of July 19-22.
Bud DeArvil has ambitious goals as the new director of the Lincoln County Historical Museum.