Kylie Jenkins, a Stanford Elementary School student, is recognized by Lincoln County Judge-Executive Jim Adams and fiscal court magistrates for winning the Jim Claypool Conservation State Art Award. Jenkins also won first place in the district-wide art contest. View photo here.
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Jail to host GED graduation ceremony for inmates
Some Lincoln County inmates will get to trade in their orange jumpsuits for a formal cap and gown next week as they participate in a graduation ceremony to celebrate their educational accomplishments. You can read about it here.
Private haulers express concerns about increase in landfill fees
Some private garbage haulers in the county are worried that increased fees at the local landfill will put them out of business, while Lincoln County Fiscal Court magistrates worry that it will lead to an increase in illegal dumping. Find out more here.
Fiscal court plans for uncertain future of 911 funding
With water meter fees tied up in court once again, the Lincoln County Fiscal Court is discussing alternative ways to fund the county’s 911 services. Find out more in this article from The Interior Journal.
Fiscal Court recognizes Conservation Art Contest winner
Fiscal court approves budget; county finances continue to build on previous progress
Lincoln County Fiscal Court magistrates have approved a final budget for the new fiscal year and, according to the county treasurer, it looks very similar to last year’s budget. You can find out more here.
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