Lincoln County, Kansas, is open for business! Below is a list of opportunities, both new/startup businesses and also transitioning businesses. There is a need for eateries/restaurants, construction, child care, retail, and other specialty businesses like computer repair or web design. There are properties available in Lincoln County, Kansas, to support new and transitioning businesses. Downtown …
The 2017 Leadership Lincoln County class celebrated the completion of their year-long program with a graduation celebration at the Finch Theatre. | Photo credit: John Baetz
Nearly $78,000 in grant funding was awarded to a dozen local non-profit organizations during the Post Rock Community Foundation’s fall grant reception. | Photo credit: Rita Sharp, Lucas-Sylvan News
The 2016-17 Leadership Lincoln County class kicked off with 11 participants from various parts of the county.
The 2016 Leadership Lincoln County class graduated during a ceremony Thursday evening, April 21, at the Finch Theatre. The evening included a dinner, project presentations by the class members, and a speaker Jonathan Mitchell, the Hoisington City Manager.
Four Post Rock District 4-H members attended the 16th annual Kansas Youth Leadership Forum held at Rock Springs 4-H Center, Nov. 20–22, 2015. Post Rock 4-H members attended KYLF (L-R): Kylie Rahmeier, Seth Hachmeister, Cheyenne Meyer and Jillian Worm.