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Tiny Tots Daycare

Tiny Tots Daycare is open in Lincoln. Stop in any time between 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. or contact Stephanie Street at (785)531-2298 or Katelynn…

Momos at the Post Rock Restaurant Lincoln, KS

Post Rock Restaurant

The Post Rock Motel recently opened a new restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, featuring Himalayan cuisine.  Menu items include fried rice, chowmein, chicken and…

Holl Hill Farmhouse

Conveniently located between Lincoln, KS, and Beverly, KS, just off Highway 18 on a paved road, the Holl Hill Farmhouse is a charming place to…

The Davidson Agency

Gage Mortimer has joined The Davidson Agency team, led by Lyle Davidson, and has opened the insurance office at 117 E. Lincoln Ave, offering home,…

Marcon Pies in Lincoln, Kansas

MarCon Pies

MarCon Pies, named one of the Eight Wonders of Kansas Commerce, is back in production after the business ceased operations in 2018. While MarCon was…

Abram Ready Mix, Inc.

Abram Ready Mix, Inc, purchased the Walker Concrete company in Lincoln in 2019, and continues to serve Lincoln County, along with a greater regional area,…

The Lincoln City Hall was one of eight summer projects that were part of the Downtown Design Assistance Program. The goal of the program is to work with property owners and develop plans to improve their exterior and/or interior spaces. The proposed improvements for the Lincoln City Hall are shown below.

Lincoln City Hall

The Lincoln City Hall was one of eight summer projects that were part of the 2018 Downtown Design Assistance Program. The proposed improvements at the Lincoln City Hall included two options, one with an elevator to utilize space on the second floor and another without an elevator. (Designs by interns Miki Blair and Bethany Pingel)

The Lincoln Senior Center was one of eight summer projects that were part of the Downtown Design Assistance Program. The goal of the program is to work with property owners and develop plans to improve their exterior and/or interior spaces. The proposed improvements for the Lincoln Senior Center are shown below.

Lincoln Senior Center

The Lincoln Senior Center was one of eight summer projects that were part of the 2018 Downtown Design Assistance Program. The proposed improvements at the Lincoln Senior Center include painting the awning and siding, installing a new sign, painting the historic cast-iron columns on each side of the storefront, and adding vinyl lettering to the storefront and door. (Designs by interns Miki Blair and Bethany Pingel)

Lincoln Center Antiques & Collectibles was one of eight summer projects that were part of the Downtown Design Assistance Program. The goal of the program is to work with property owners and develop plans to improve their exterior and/or interior spaces. The proposed improvements for Lincoln Center Antiques & Collectibles are shown below.

Lincoln Center Antiques & Collectibles

Lincoln Center Antiques & Collectibles was one of eight summer projects that were part of the 2018 Downtown Design Assistance Program. The proposed improvements at Lincoln Center Antiques & Collectibles include Removing the infill from the original storefront opening and reconstructing the appearance of transom windows, cleaning the face of the building and repainting, installing a new sign (either as a panel or projecting sign), repairing the door hardware to ease opening and closing, and reglazing the storefront windows to improve energy efficiency. (Designs by interns Miki Blair and Bethany Pingel)

Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce was one of eight summer projects that were part of the Downtown Design Assistance Program. The goal of the program is to work with property owners and develop plans to improve their exterior and/or interior spaces. The proposed improvements for the Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce are shown below.

Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce

The Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce was one of eight summer projects that were part of the 2018 Downtown Design Assistance Program. The proposed improvements at the Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce include installing a new historically appropriate door, Installing new double-hung windows, repairing and repointing the limestone exterior, painting the door and trim, and a new sign. (Designs by interns Miki Blair and Bethany Pingel)

Jared Spear & Lisa Simmons are Rural by Choice in Lincoln County, KS. (Photo by Becky Rathbun)

Jared Spear & Lisa Simmons

Jared Spear, who was born and raised on a family farm in Lincoln County, enjoys rural living and took an opportunity to open a business in his hometown. Once he did that, he decided to open other businesses in town. He and his fiancé Lisa Simmons enjoy the community “where people care about the well being of the community and other local businesses.”

Jason & April Coover are Rural by Choice in Lincoln County, KS.

Jason & April Coover

When April Coover attended a career fair, she discovered a career opportunity at the pharmacy in Lincoln. Not long after her move to Lincoln, she went on a “successful” blind date with her husband, Jason Coover. “We can let the kids play outside and know that our neighbors look out for them, love them and treat them just as they do their own kids/grandkids,” she said.

Eagle Fiber is on the way

Eagle Communications recently announced a major investment in the community of Lincoln, that will bring high-speed Internet access to residents and businesses. This week, crews recently began installing fiber and electronic equipment to allow speeds of up to 1 Gig. (photo courtesy of Kris Heinze)

Lincoln Municipal Airport runway dirt work underway

Dirt work being completed at Lincoln Municipal Airport

A new runway is being installed at the Lincoln Municipal Airport. The runway will be 4,200 feet long by 60 feet wide, which will accommodate larger aircraft landings and takeoffs. According to Clay Haring, Post Rock Aviation Owner, the dirt work underway now was funded by a grant from the Kansas Department of Transportation Division of Aviation, and Esfeld Construction, Great Bend, is leading the construction.

Rack-n-Fur Taxidermy

Bryan Meier recently opened Rack-n-Fur Taxidermy on Hwy 14 in Lincoln. KS. Some examples of animals he can mount for display include deer, turkey, pheasants,…

Two historic Lincoln County buildings will receive grant funding from the Heritage Trust Fund of the Kansas Historical Society for structural improvements and preservation. The Marshall-Yohe House in Lincoln and the Cross and Morgan General Store in Sylvan Grove were selected after an application process in late 2017 and announcement earlier this month to receive the funds.

Historical buildings to gain funds for renovations

Two historic Lincoln County buildings will receive grant funding from the Heritage Trust Fund of the Kansas Historical Society for structural improvements and preservation. The Marshall-Yohe House in Lincoln and the Cross and Morgan General Store in Sylvan Grove were selected after an application process in late 2017 and recent announcement to receive the funds. (Courtesy photos)

Lincoln County Food Pantry

Mission: To supplement or provide food for individuals and families in Lincoln County by providing assistance when emergencies and life circumstances have limited or altered…

1922 Foundation

Mission: To improve the quality of life in Lincoln, Kansas, by restoring the historic Lincoln High School building as a focal point for enhancing community…