Business

Hiring resources for Lincoln businesses

Many of Lincoln’s businesses are small establishments owned by private individuals who directly manage day-to-day operations. Hiring a first employee and/or expanding th ...

Not enough water to go around:

Upset about city officials approving new housing developments during the drought while Lincoln residents are being asked to cut back on water usage, three residents decided to coll ...

It’s nice to learn more about your city

I’m back in school. Albeit quasi school. Since last Thursday, I’m signed up for nine monthly Thursday classes from 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Those classes are part of t ...

Attitudes Salon to hold annual cut-a-thon fundraiser

The fourth annual Crystal Shawnee Memorial Cut-A-Thon fundraiser to help local families who are suffering from cancer will be Sunday in Lincoln. The fundraiser will be on F Street ...

Mary Olsen announces

Mary Olsen is proud to announce her recent affiliation with Century 21 Select Group Real Estate, 801 Sterling Parkway in Lincoln. Olsen buys and sells commercial real estate, busi ...

SME and Sierra College plan National Manufacturing Day events

As part of National Manufacturing Day on Oct. 3, SME Sacramento Valley and Sierra College CACT ask companies to host tours and community open houses during October to demonstrate w ...

Signs of trouble

Lincoln City Council’s dissatisfaction with Lincoln city staff’s most recent draft of the municipal sign ordinance could be summed up in two phrases: too many signs, to ...

Railroad rep talks in generalities about crude oil issue Tuesday

If residents at Tuesday night’s City Council meeting expected revelations about how Union Pacific Railroad might mitigate the negative impacts of shipping large quantities of ...

It’s everyone’s responsibility to know what materials are on our tracks

A big issue picking up steam the last few months is the mystery behind what hazardous materials are carried on trains passing through California, as well as throughout the country. ...

Council nixes mayor’s trip to China

After a lengthy discussion Tuesday night, four Lincoln City Council members decided not to support sending Lincoln Mayor Gabriel Hydrick or any other council representative on a tr ...