Business

Sheridan Elementary School students get high-speed Internet

The age of high-speed Internet arrived recently at a small elementary school that for several years had a state-of-the-art computer lab but very spotty Internet access because of i ...

The Salt Mine teams up with The Tire Dealer this month

  The Salt Mine is teaming up with a different local business monthly this year to help feed Lincoln and Sheridan residents in need. ...

Civic groups poised to oppose sign ordinance at Feb. 24 city council meeting

Just when it seemed that Lincoln’s city staff had crafted a sign ordinance that satisfied the needs of its diverse business community, at least two local civic groups raised ...

Warm, dry winter sees unseasonable mosquito activity

The Placer Mosquito and Vector Control District reports an increase in calls from Placer County residents, especially on the western border, where mosquito activity has increase ...

Dr. Martinson interviews dentist succeeding him

After 36 years as a dentist, the last nine in Lincoln, Dr. Kris Martinson retired from his dental practice at Sterling Pointe Family Dentistry. Dr. Feroz Nawabi is taking over ...

Leavell family fundraiser crowd fills the Pavilion

When Dave Reaume, owner of Cow Camp Grill and Seasoning Co., took the microphone last Saturday night at the Leavell family fundraiser, he looked out on a crowd of more than 550 tha ...

Council and nonprofits iron out city sign problems

After two years of city meetings and community workshops, Lincoln’s long-discussed sign ordinance is set to return to City Council for approval Feb. 24, according to city of ...

Protesters picket Lincoln business

Protesters with signs displaying “The Grim Reaper” have been picketing a local business since last Thursday. Their grievance is with the Orchid Thai Cuisine restaurant ...

The Double Barrel Smokehouse off to sizzling start

If you blink, you’ll miss it. But you don’t want to miss Double Barrel Smokehouse’s taste — a taste that’s as big as Texas itself. That’s ...

Split council OKs $3 million dump clean-up

In testy discussions between Lincoln City Council and city staff that consumed an hour of Tuesday night’s regular City Council meeting at McBean Park Pavilion, the council vo ...