The storm that went through Lincoln County Monday morning was the cause, as well as part of the solution, to a situation at the Lincoln County Courthouse that under different conditions, could have
As of April 27, there are still no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Lincoln county, According to CEO Jeanne Goche, this is an indication that the community and health professionals are doing a great job complying with the current stay-at-home order.
Kelly Larson, Executive Director of the Lincoln County Economic Development Foundation, offers the following information.
Courtney Batchman, Sylvan-Lucas alumnus and Fort Hays State University graduate, is the recipient of the 2020 National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) All-American Athlete Award in women’s track and field. Batchman was nominated for the award by Fort Hays State Strength and Conditioning Coach, Dough Boucher based on her athletic accomplishments and dedication to strength and training.
Due to restrictions in place to inhibit the spread of COVID-19, the Topeka Capital-Journal is turning its annual Best of Kansas Preps event to an on-demand awards show broadcast.
Due to precautions taken to deter the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the Lincoln City Council met for their regular April meeting via a GoToMeeting audio call April 13.
On Wednesday, April 25, 2020, at approximately 6:15 pm, a deputy with the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office discovered a stolen vehicle in the alley between the 300 block of East Elm and the 300 bloc
The Methodist church got its start in the county the same year the county was founded. On December 18, 1870, 28 people gathered in the home of T.A.
Meyer Tire & Lube passed a ten-year milestone Dec. 31, 2019, but that’s only the half of it. Literally. On April 14, 2020 Jeff Meyer will pass 30 years as a ‘tire guy” in the same location.
On April 3, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a statement recommending everyone wear a non-surgical face mask when going out in public. Up to this point, the CDC and World Health Organization (WHO) only recommended the use of face masks for those exhibiting symptoms or were caring for a COVID-19 patient. However, as more information about the virus became available, it was found that asymptomatic people could actually be spreading the virus.