When Craig and Mary Ann Stertz of Lincoln purchased Washington, KS based MarCon Pies, they hit a community development trifecta. Relocating the bakery brings a new business to the community. Renovating an existing building in the historic downtown district helps fulfill a local desire to repopulate downtown businesses. And the fact this business was named one of the Eight Wonders of Kansas Commerce adds a little star quality.
Lincoln High School had a packed house celebrating our senior basketball players last week. Left: Angelina Vazquez drives in for two. Right: Preston Howard goes up strong against Dalton Schmitt (55). Bottom Left: Carson Walter gets the tip. Bottom Right: Zach Obermueller draws the foul. Lady Leopards lost to St. John’s Beloit-Tipton 25-55. The boys lost 33- 60 but outscored the blujays in the third quarter 16-15. Area teams will begin regional play and will be featured the following week. (Photos by Becky Rathbun)
The Lincoln County Economic Development Foundation board approved printing and distribution costs for the 2020 issue of Live Lincoln County print edition at their February 12 meeting. Marketing coordinator Kris
Nikki Flinn, Lincoln High School Alumni Board, addressed the council at their regular meeting held on February 10 concerning the “5th Annual Lincoln High School Alumni Weekend” scheduled for June
The Vesper Community Center’s 2nd annual Vesper Farm Show was held Saturday February 8 with 15 vendor booths, live presentations and increased attendance. Highlights of the event included a presentation
Krista Biggs, with Parents as Teachers (PAT), presented an update on the program to the USD 298 board of directors at their February 3 meeting at the district office. In
When you drive by S&S Auto Body on West Lincoln Ave., you might notice new equipment parked outside. To be more specific, you might notice an array of U-Haul trailers.
Lincoln County Economic Development Director Kelly Larson has organized a workshop for property owners within the areas of Lincoln and Sylvan Grove that are awaiting historic designation. If granted, the
When Ashley Cooper of Lincoln took her family to the Sternburg Museum in Hays Friday, February 7, for a home-school group tour, she never expected to be greeted by confetti.