A Sylvan Grove man faces a criminal threat charge following a four-hour standoff with law enforcement early Sunday morning.
A brief, but fierce, storm raced across Lincoln County June 20, leaving ravaged wheat fields, downed power lines and damaged structures.
Tevin Hansen holds on to the books laying neatly on a folded table as another gust of wind tries to upset the display and make off with his fedora.
Most Sylvan-Lucas Unified School District educators, classified and administrative staff will make a little more money in the coming year as USD 299 school board members approved a slight pay incre
Lincoln City Council members further discussed issues at the city pool during their June 12 meeting.
A combine cuts another round just ahead of the setting sun last week. Area farmers continue to hustle wheat out of the field during the annual harvest.
For the past three days, Bill Brooks battled the wind as he pedaled his bike from a point near the Colorado border across western Kansas.
Long-time Lincoln pool co-manager Shari Pittenger is no longer in that role after Lincoln City Council members upheld a decision to terminate her employment during a special meeting June 5.
A recent survey shows the need for a service provided by the Lincoln School District, offering high-school and junior-high student athletes a ride home after practice, is higher than officials anti
After more than eight years spent in a leadership role, Andrew Anderson recently retired as director of the Lincoln County Museum.