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Final guilty plea in $17M construction fraud targeting Auburn tribe
Tuesday Nov 24 2015
Darrell Hinz was the trusted construction manager hired by the United Auburn Indian Community to complete its Indian Hills Road office project. Instead, Hinz became enmeshed in a ...
A new garden grows
Monday Nov 23 2015
Sheridan Elementary School, in collaboration with the Placer County Food Bank and with a project funded by McCarthy Construction, has a new school garden project. On Nov. 7, abo ...
Saving salmon for years to come
Saturday Nov 21 2015
Screens will soon save small salmon Thanks to a project started four years ago by Family Water Alliance, Inc., thousands of baby salmon in Auburn Ravine will be saved from certain ...
Infusion, Goathouse breweries to host ‘tap takeover’
Thursday Nov 19 2015
Infusion Taproom is collaborating with the GoatHouse Brewing Co. tonight to host a monthly “tap takeover” event from 5:30 to 7:30 in Lincoln. A “tap takeover&rd ...
Proposed mental hospital causes controversy
Thursday Nov 12 2015
Parents of Whitney High School students have started a petition against plans for a new behavioral health facility near the school but city staff and project officials say their fe ...
Where are Thanksgiving signs?
Wednesday Nov 11 2015
With Halloween festivities barely over, Christmas preparations are already underway. As residents returned their Halloween costumes to closets and consumed the last of their tric ...
Guilty plea in United Auburn Indian Community fraud case
Thursday Nov 05 2015
A Newcastle man – 48-year-old Gregory Scott Baker – pleaded guilty today to conspiring to launder money and commit mail fraud in a multi-million-dollar theft from the U ...
Halloween Spirit has spooky options
Friday Oct 30 2015
On Halloween, the dead will walk the streets again. So will monsters and zombies, werewolves and skeletons. Some will even dance the night away at adult parties, thanks to the hu ...
Coldwell Banker reports luxury home sales climb 17 percent
Wednesday Oct 28 2015
Luxury home sales in the greater Sacramento area climbed more than 17 percent in the third quarter of 2015 from the same period a year ago as the region’s high-end market con ...
Scarecrows, some scary and some funny, visit downtown Lincoln
Friday Oct 23 2015
Seventeen entries in the annual Community Scarecrow Contest are currently displayed in downtown Lincoln through Oct. 31. The Downtown Lincoln Association sponsors the contest. Li ...
Placer County, regional new home sales stay solid in September
Sunday Oct 18 2015
New home sales in and around Placer County had a solid month in September. It’s a sign for the chairman of the Roseville-based North State Building Industry Association that ...
Family brings business to Lincoln
Thursday Oct 08 2015
A Sacramento-based family business, more than 40 years old, has set up shop in Lincoln and is ready to grow with the community. Tony and Ilham Saca recently opened their 12,000-sq ...
Lincoln Airport debt needs to be addressed
Tuesday Oct 06 2015
The two previous weeks produced a letter to the editor per week about the Lincoln Airport. One advocates closing same, the other touts the airport as an asset. Good on the two who ...
Bi-yearly Showcase open to public Oct. 15
Tuesday Oct 06 2015
Sun City Lincoln Hills will host a Fall Home, Health and Business Showcase on Oct. 15. The free showcase, open to the public, will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Orchard Creek Lodge ...
Lincoln Regional Airport an asset to city
Thursday Sep 24 2015
I would like to make a few comments regarding Dan Kelly’s letter to the editor in this week’s Messenger (Sept. 24, page 4, “Lincoln Airport $5M in red”) reg ...
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