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School board approves agreement for joint use of facilities with city

Trustees approved revisions to joint use agreements for facilities jointly used by the city of Lincoln and the Western Placer Unified School District during the regular school boar ...

Retired firefighter, local gun dealer

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of Lincoln’s gun culture. Next week, The Lincoln News Messenger will look at the Lincoln Rifle Club.   Randy Johnson, Lin ...

PG&E opens 'smart' electrical nerve center in Placer County

It’s a dark and stormy night. There’s a snap as wood gives way to wind. A branch crashes down onto a power line in Auburn. Someone’s lights go out. Moments lat ...

Valentine’s Day gifts are at Lincoln Gifts & Souvenirs

Buyers in search of gifts for Valentine’s Day need only stop at the corner of Lincoln Boulevard and Fifth Street. Colorful items for everyone from a sweetheart to the new bab ...

Free help at filing time

The nation’s largest free, volunteer-run tax assistance and preparation service is ready to help taxpayers file their returns. From Feb. 1 through April 15, the AARP Foundat ...

In-N-Out gets OK

Crossed palm trees will soon be seen in the Lincoln Crossing neighborhood. Fans of the In-N-Out burger chain will recognize the iconic trees as the restaurants’ signature la ...

Selecting the right trustee for your trust and why it might not be your kids!

A trustee is a legal term used in estate planning.  The trustee is the person or persons who manage the decisions and fulfill the purpose of a trust.  It is usually the ...

FieldHaven Marketplace Chamber mixer was purrr-fect

Cats, canapés, wine and conversation were the Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce mixer highlights on Jan. 13. The ribbon-cutting ceremony for FieldHaven Marketplace’s N ...

Local ukulele band entertains at Seniors First respite program

Through the doors of the Lincoln Library drifted the final notes of John Denver’s “Take Me Home Country Roads,” followed by a wild chorus of whooping and clapping ...

Joy Smith of Lincoln: Cat rescues, adoptions and kitten-prevention

According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, there are 70 million stray cats in the United States and more than 3 million enter shelters. Many do no ...

Cosgrove takes over as chamber's CEO

Tom Cosgrove, a former Lincoln City Councilman for 18 years and former NEC Electronics manager for 17 years, is the nonprofit Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce’s new CEO. He ...

Tom Cosgrove capable leader for Lincoln chamber

The Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce, formed in the early 1900s, has played a big part in the city’s development. The chamber’s mission is to advocate for business an ...

Sun City Lincoln Hills to elect three new directors

On Feb. 18, Sun City Lincoln Hills will hold an election for three open seats on its Board of Directors. Four candidates are running. Election materials and ballots will be mailed ...

Mayor sees 2016 as the year of project completion

As Lincoln’s new Mayor, Spencer Short wants some significant projects “on the table” that will affect residents as well as the county to be completed in 2016. T ...

City, school officials have holiday schedule

All city of Lincoln facilities are closed from Friday (Dec. 25) to Jan. 1 for the annual holiday closure. City Hall reopens at 8 a.m. Jan. 4. Th ...