Twenty-four troopers of the Kansas Highway Patrol Recruit Class #58 graduated on Dec. 13, 2018, from the KHP Training Academy in Salina, according to a Kansas Highway Patrol news release.
More than two months following the resignation of former Senior Services Coordinator Theresa Richardson, the Lincoln County Council on Aging is still working to define a job description and hire
Lincoln ARNP Abbie Dail has been turning over her patients to Jessica MacMahon, who is her replacement. Dail is relocating to the Hays area. MacMahon is also an ARNP from
As the year comes to a close and Lincoln County communities wrap up holiday celebrations and prepare for the new year, the following is a look back at the news
For former CIA officer, author and Virginia resident Bob Wallace, returning home to the Sunflower state is a nice change of pace. “I suppose for anyone when they’ve had a
A look at some of the year’s top photos published in the Sentinel
Brylee, 1 month old daughter of Sadie Small and Daniel White, meets Santa Claus for the first time during the Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce Post Rock Country Christmas event at the Finch Theatre
The Lincoln County Economic Development Foundation met for its December meeting on Dec. 12. In the beginning of the meeting, financial reports and minutes were all approved, Kelly Larson, LCEDF