As occupational hazards go, Gabriel McReynolds could do worse: Sometimes he has to eat more cherry pie than he’d prefer to stomach.
A Lincoln County emergency responder assists at the scene of a two-vehicle accident July 19 on Highway 18, just east of 210th Road.
The cause of a wind turbine fire last week south of Vesper is still unknown.
With only a few weeks remaining until they return to school, it is crunch time for interns Landon Cook and Mason Herrman, who are trying to finish plans they hope will be used to enhance the lives
Molly Heller talks about her paintings with a judge during last week’s Lincoln County Fair in Sylvan Grove.
With the 2016-2017 school year formally ending June 30, the Sylvan-Lucas School Board started the new year off by designating board president and vice president positions, and taking care of other
City officials heard the results of the 2016 audit during the Lincoln City Council’s meeting on July 10.
Lincoln County Construction and Fiber Arts Revue winners (L-R): Sydney Heller, Ivy Dorman, Tressa Wehrman, Molly Heller and Madison Dorman.
While Lincoln County producers had the chance to get an up-close and personal look at a new line of agricultural equipment recently, a local business hopes the introduction will be the start of a b
Former CIA official, and Barnard native, Robert (Bob) Wallace will speak on “Spying: What Difference Did It Make?” during the next Lunch and Learn program at the Eisenhower Presidential Library in