Lincoln County is located in north-central Kansas with big sky vistas and beautiful rolling hills dotted with limestone fence rows that stretch for miles. We are located just far enough from the interstate to feel like we’re off the beaten path but close enough that we can easily be in major cities within a few hours. We have great schools for our kids, we know our neighbors, and we have all the small town conveniences needed such as a grocery store, hardware store, a movie theater, restaurants, art center, and even a new brewery. The only thing missing is you!
2017 Planning Projects
K-State students Landon Cook and Mason Herrman spent the summer working to develop a plan for walking trails and park improvements in Sylvan, Barnard and Lincoln, and conceptual plans to reuse the old Lincoln High School. Public input meetings were held in June and the final plans were revealed in August.
Follow the links below for more information about each specific project:
Where is Lincoln County, KS?
- Dan and Traci Bates
Dan and Traci both grew up in small towns in Kansas, but after living in Kansas City for a number of years they relocated to Lincoln to get back to the rural lifestyle.
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New Edition – Live Lincoln County Magazine
The 2018 Live Lincoln County magazine is now available in both print and online digital publication formats!
The publication is distributed free at stops along the western half of the I-70 corridor, as an insert to out-of-county subscribers to the Lincoln Sentinel, through local and area advertisers, at various events, and in a free, online digital edition.
When the new LiveLincolnCounty.com website was unveiled in 2016, developers hoped, when combined with the magazine and social media, it would be an effective marketing tool used to tell the rest of the world what Lincoln County had to offer, and so far, it’s working!
Click here to view the Spring 2018 digital edition of the Live Lincoln County Magazine