The Three Amigos Mexican Restaurant opened its doors on March 1st bringing authentic flavors and family recipes, handed down from generation to generation, to the county. | Photo credit: Kelly Larson
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U.S.D. #298 Lincoln has a 7-9 Science position open for the 2017-18 school year. Extra-curricular activities, including coaching, may be available with this position. Interested parties should request an application from Greta Obermueller, Clerk, by calling (785) 524-4436, e-mailing email@example.com., or by mail at U.S.D. #298 Lincoln, 133 East Lincoln Ave., P.O. Box 289, Lincoln, Kansas …
Lincoln County Sheriff’s Department is accepting applications for Part-Time Communication Officer (911-DISPATCHER). Application, Job description and Benefit Information is available by contacting the Lincoln County Human Resource Officer 216 E Lincoln Ave Lincoln, KS 67455 785-524-4757 firstname.lastname@example.org Applicants must have a high school diploma or G.E.D., be free of felony and/or serious misdemeanor conviction, and have …
A new program at Lincoln High School is not only giving students a chance to gain real-world experience, but an opportunity to pay it forward. | Photo credit: Preston Howard
Set to the theme, “Just Can’t Hide That Hometown Pride,” the annual Post Rock Festival in Lincoln takes place during Labor Day weekend, filling an entire day with activities, competition, food and entertainment. | Photo credit: Lincoln Sentinel
This historic building in downtown Lincoln is in the process of a complete renovation. The first floor is perfect for a retail or restaurant business and the second floor is ideal for an upper floor loft apartment. Call now, the floor plan can still be modified to suit your needs!
Seirer’s Clothing, a unique, fashion-forward retail shop in Lincoln, has caught the attention of Shoptiques, a premiere online website in New York City serving to connect discerning fashionistas with chic boutiques worldwide | Photo credit: Fernando Rojas
A newly reinvented Lincoln High School Alumni Weekend brought together hundreds of people as they celebrated with reunions, a tour of the community, and a live band performing at the intersection of Lincoln Avenue and Fourth Street. | Photo credit: Christa Haesemeyer
Mrs. B’s Greenhouse & Nursery opens just in time for spring offering flowering annual and perennial varieties, vegetables, trees and shrubs
First printed in the Lincoln Sentinel on March 3, 2016 There are several different business and property development incentives that have been in the county for a number of years. Because they came along before I began working at the economic development foundation, I am unsure if these programs are common knowledge, buried deep in …
Metz returns to Lincoln after years spent in Samoa serving in the Peace Corps and working in the tourism industry. (Courtesy photo)
Lincoln County Sheriff’s Deputy, Clint Bailey, was one of 44 new law enforcement officers congratulated by Eric K. Jackson, the special agent in charge of the FBI’s Kansas City Field Office, during their graduation from the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center (KLETC) on October 23.
Career Day exposes area high school students to local career options | Photo by Jason Curtis
On a weekend in September Lincoln plays host to car, truck and motorcycle enthusiasts from across the state when the Lincoln County Rod and Custom Car Club sponsors their annual car show. From totally restored beauties to tricked out hot rods to new and old trucks and motorcycles, this show is a must for anyone …
Lincoln County officially became a Kansas county in 1870. Early settlers staking their claims and fencing their property lines needed an affordable material to build their fences. In this area of Kansas, near the soil surface, is a layer of limestone rock that is easily quarried and breaks into manageable chunks. Long lines of Post Rock fence posts are still seen today bordering the pastures.
The area known as “Post Rock Country” stretches for approximately 200 miles from the Nebraska border on the north to Dodge City on the south. The limestone that is found here comes from the uppermost bed of the Greenhorn Formation. It was out of necessity that settlers in the late 1800s began turning back the sod and cutting posts from the layer of rock that lay underneath. By the mid-1880s limestone fence posts were in general use because of the widespread use of barbed wire.