Brett Kingan, EMS paramedic helped Lincoln County Council on Aging staff deliver groceries on Friday afternoon to Lincoln residents. (Photo by Becky Rathbun)
Axl Spear, son of Jared Spear and Lisa Simmons, has found his Anco buggy perfect for social distancing. The upper plexiglass slides down providing frontal protection from the virus.
Even though their dining room is closed during the COVID-19 crisis, the Lincoln Senior Center continues to serve the needs of the community through the help of caring volunteers who deliver meals.
In an effort to protect both the community and staff from unnecessary exposure to the COVID-19 virus, Lincoln Grocery is temporarily offering a grocery shopping service for higher risk community me
Art Wagoner, owner of Wagoner Insurance Agency, Inc., has announced the sale of his agency to The Davidson Agency. The transition was effective April 1.
Dr. Andrea Lambert-South, a 1996 graduate of Lincoln High School, was named one of Northern Kentucky University’s 31 Valiant Women of NKU on March 14, 2020. Currently a professor of communications and Director of the Communication Studies Program at Northern Kentucky and Chair of the Communications Internal Review Board (IRB), her educational resume shows her drive for knowledge.
On March 28, 2020 Governor Laura Kelly issued Executive Order 20- 16, making Kansas the 22nd state to issue a state-wide stay-at-home order which began at 12:01 am March 30 and will continue until Sunday, April 19.
In order to protect our patients, staff, and community, Lincoln County Hospital (LCH) is screening everyone entering or bringing items to the hospital and clinic for COVID-19.
The Dane G. Hansen Foundation of Logan, Kansas has named 272 high school seniors from 59 Northwest Kansas schools as winners in its 45th annual scholarship competition. In addition, twenty scholarships have been awarded to Kansas Community or Technical College Transfer students who are planning to continue their education at a Kansas four-year college or university.
Even with upcoming elections in mind, the COVID-19 virus is the leading news in the country.