New managers take over Archery Shak Cafe

January 15, 2020

Lennox Council approves amending ordinance regarding manufactured homes licensing

January 15, 2020

Re-zone of property on Court Street tabled

January 9, 2020

Tai Chi Chih: a mindfulness moving meditation

January 9, 2020

Jim Severson wins grand prize in local  football contest

January 9, 2020

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January 9, 2020

Lennox City Council held their final meeting of 2019 on Dec. 30th. 

One of the first items to address was the application to re-zone the property at 208 Court Street during the Public Hearing. 

It was at the November Planning and Zoning Commission meeting, the commission...

January 1, 2020

This week’s issue celebrates the New Year with some great resolutions from our area students. I found many of them to be very inspirational!  I too, would like to put, “Go to Florida” on my resolution list. To all the teachers and students who sent those in, thank you....

December 25, 2019

Travis Buckneberg was a kindergarten student of Mrs. Correne Gordon in 1997.  He remembers that she would draw the straight lines on the green chalk board to show the class how to write their letters. That chalk board remained in her classroom every year that Travis we...

November 20, 2019

City Engineer Mitch Mergen presented the engineer’s report last week to Lennox Council. His first update was on the Central Basin Project Phase 2. His report stated, “At this time, all streets have a bottom lift of asphalt in place and all driveways have been construct...

October 31, 2019

Lennox City Council held their final regular meeting for October. After approval of the agenda, the Council held a public hearing for the City of Lennox Comprehensive Plan.  The Steering committee for the Comprehensive Plan includes: Alan Rops – Lennox School District/...

September 25, 2019

Lennox Council held their final regular meeting of the month on Sept. 23, 2019. 

One visitor to be heard wanted the council to be aware of the gas lines that have been broken during construction. Councilmen confirmed  that had happened nine times.

The public hearing was...

August 29, 2019

Lennox City Council held their second regular monthly meeting on Monday, August 26, 2019. Council approved the agenda with adding grant application to new business and the ambulance report was moved to the next meeting. Ambulance personnel had a call prior to the meeti...

August 21, 2019

Getting around the city of Lennox has been challenging this summer as work continues on the Central Basin Phase 2 project in the heart of the city. Under construction now in that area are portions of Elm Street, Fifth Avenue, Third Avenue, and Fourth Avenue.

Things are...

August 7, 2019

The Lennox Volunteer Fire Department with 26 years and one month of valued service to his community and surrounding communities.  The members of the department recognized and accepted his retirement June 25, 2019 reported Lennox Volunteer Fire Chief Wayne Fischer.


July 18, 2019

Exit 68 has a unique view; as drivers head northbound from the Lennox exit, there’s a peaceful farm with grazing alpacas, goats and a camel. That’s right, a camel! Dan Tammen recently adopted this unique animal to add to his menagerie.

Tammen is a Lennox High School gra...

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