Sheriff Mike Weigel and Undersheriff Dustin Florence went before the city council at the May 14 regular meeting requesting a $15,000 increase in the city’s contract with county law enforcement.
Individuals have until Oct. 1, 2020, to obtain a new driver’s license approved for air travel.
At the May 7 meeting, the USD 298 Board of Education approved elementary school locker room renovations to fortify the space as a safe storm shelter, with masonry and door improvements to be comple
Lincoln County and Kansas residents, travelers and readers from across the country now have the opportunity to take a closer look into Post Rock country with the latest online and print edition of
Local photographer Greg Rud continues to capture photos around the area ranging from Kansas sunsets to limestone homes.
Lincoln County experienced its first official severe thunderstorms of the year last week.
For Lincoln County high school seniors, a new chapter awaits after graduation.
After working at the Lincoln Carnegie Library for six years, Mary Andersen is taking a step forward to become the director and continue as children’s librarian.
Barry Reinert of Salina and Performance Parts Plus recently developed an invention which farmers, ranchers and even just an individual needing to transport materials or animals can utilize.
From Lincoln to Laramie, Wyo.; USD 298 alumnus Brenda Hill and Kevin Defebaugh’s son Joel Defebaugh recently had a piece of legislation be enacted in his name at the University of Wyoming, in Laram