The 2017-18 Lincoln County Leadership program graduated seven members April 19.
Son, brother, uncle, Jayhawk, coach, writer, editor, designer, reporter; Tyler Gier is an individual of many titles, and just happened to add two more.
It is up to Lincoln residents on whether or not fiber Internet will be implemented in the community later this year.
After an error was discovered in Kansas Senate Bill 423 after being signed by Kansas Governor Jeff Colyer on April 17, local school administrators are waiting to see what happens and how it affects
Softball will be played on a different field in Lincoln this year.
Sylvan-Lucas Unified High School graduate Garrett Cheney added another graduation milestone to his list - this time graduating from the United States Army.
State Representative Troy Waymaster braved the snowy and windy weather conditions and spoke with over 20 Lincoln County individuals at the Home Town Cafe in Sylvan Grove on April 14.
Keith Vestal’s belt buckle collection, which is comprised of about 2,000 buckles, grew by one more buckle over the past weekend.
Safety and security was a repeated topic of discussion at the April 2 USD 298 Board of Education meeting, along with special education cost increases, technology upgrade rotations, building upgrade
Lobbyist Tom Tunnell, formerly of Lincoln, is closing another chapter in his life with his recent retirement as president and CEO of the Kansas Grain and Feed Association after 37 years.