I think we can all agree that economic development doesn’t happen overnight. “It’s a marathon, not a sprint,” as the saying goes.
One hundred forty-bushel dryland corn in Norton County?
Impossible. Won’t ever happen. Can’t be done.
In response to Dorothy Andreson’s letter from the Sept. 14 issue:
Congratulations to the Lincoln County Fair Board, who again, pulled off an amazing four days of excellent competition and entertainment.
What if more locals got behind attractions that we have had for several years…like the Lincoln Art Center?
Referencing the letter in the June 22, 2017 issue of the Lincoln Sentinel from Jared Spear.
My wife and I arrived in Lincoln on Friday, June 23. We were directed here to S&S Autobody to have work done on our motor home. We were experiencing motor problems and needed some repairs.
I am sure you have noticed the influx of people in our area that are working for the pipeline. On most days, it is at least 40 extra people.
I refer to the report of the Ezra Hubbard killing of John Haley on page 10 of the May 18 issue of the Lincoln Sentinel-Republican.