Lincoln County Kansas is growing

 


When officials from Lincoln County, Kansas, launched a campaign to lure remote workers to their community about two hours west of Topeka, they hoped to attract five new residents. In the six months since then, more than 1,000 people have raised their hands to say they would consider moving to Lincoln County and joining the 2,849 people who already call it home.

“It’s just been tremendous,” said Kelly Gourley, Lincoln County’s economic development foundation director, who manages the community’s remote worker recruitment program in coordination with MakeMyMove. “We have been overwhelmed by the...



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