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Creatures!

"Creature Creations"

That's not an old combine: art dots Lincoln County landscape.

A Sedentary Rock: Limestone

During Sylvan Grove’s bicentennial in 1976, Duane Vonada along with many other community members pondered on their town’s heritage. After looking around, the answer became obvious. Stone, particularly limestone, was everywhere, and it truly was their heritage. After all, there are the old stone quarries, the limestone buildings, arch bridges and the countless post rocks for as far as the eye can see.

Village Lines Owner Wears Many Hats

Marilyn Helmer, owner of Village Lines in Lincoln, Kansas, admits that an occasional identity crisis comes with the territory when anyone has a deep passion for telling the local story.

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Last Updated April 6, 2009
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