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.
The USD 298 Board of Education met in a special meeting Thursday, March 19, 2020 to discuss topics related to school closings and activity cancellations, a continuous learning plan for students in
A large crowd gathered on the steps of the Lincoln County Courthouse on the morning of Wednesday, March 18th as under sheriff Dustin Florence lead the sales of delinquent properties available for p
Lincoln County Hospital (LCH) Interim CEO Jeanne Goche has notified the Sentinel that LCH is closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic situation in an effort to protect the elderly and other vulnera
By now there is no one unaware of the coronavirus COVID-19. Media outlets blew up over the weekend with news updates, recommendations and closings. This latest pandemic has shaken the world at its core. Whether you believe it is the worst virus since the Black Plague, or you believe it is all hype, there is no denying the stockpiling of provisions, the empty grocery store shelves and the limitations on travel and group events.
Danielle Hollingshead of Adams, Brown, Beran & Ball, CPA, presented the 2019 audit findings to the Lincoln City Council at their regular meeting held March 9, 2020.
While as of March 17, 2020 there had been no cases of COVID-19 in Lincoln County, the Board of County Commissioners and Public Health Officer LaDonna Reinert took a proactive approach to the pandemic by declaring COV1D-19 Public Health Emergency Resolution No. 2020-10.