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Running the Western States Part IV

The thought had crossed my mind to take a DNF (did not finish) at this section, but the ring I was carrying in my pouch kept me going. There was something special that needed ...

Lincoln economic development update

While each of us is busy taking care of our personal lives, a great thing is happening in our town. Our Economic Development Committee (EDC) is hard at work, bringing new busines ...

Running the Western States Part III

The section heading for Miller’s Defeat was easy trail with some undulations and the miles just seemed to fly by. In these ultra runs you come across runners that are going ...

Setting up an LLC could be beneficial

Own a business or rental property? Switching to an LLC could protect your family’s home and personal assets. In California, a limited liability company (LLC) is a legal &ld ...

Downtown Lincoln Farmers’ Market update

The Farmers’ Market in downtown  on Thursday nights is midway through its summer session.   We farmers are delighted with the weekly turnouts, in spite of the not ...

July is for George, part 3: America’s patriotic gardener

No, no and no!  Young George did not chop down that cherry tree. No, no and no!  He did not confess with that prissy little sentence: “I cannot tell a lie.” ...

Art League to bring Feats of Clay back to Lincoln

The Art League of Lincoln will be returning the Feats of Clay name and familiar footed pot to the citizens of Lincoln. The Feats of Clay name has been a 24-year tradition in Linc ...

Today, we take the 13.1-mile Gladding-Fleming-McCourtney Loop ride

Today, our ride starts from McBean Pavilion. As always, check your bike over and be sure your cell phone is on and you have plenty of water. Put on your helmet and let’s go. ...

Pulling pork, flying electric and President Trump?

There was a time when the English language was relatively simple, but now, decades later, we have developed terms, words and phrases that have meanings absolutely illogical.   ...

Western States Part II

As the sun rose higher in the sky I put on my sunglasses even though I was running west. On a near section filled with steep, jagged rocks, I tripped for the first time.  Luck ...

New resident, reporter embraces town's celebration

I have never lived in a town that takes the Fourth of July as seriously as Lincoln. My wife and I are relatively new to Lincoln, having moved here in February. We live in the neig ...

July is for George Part one

It wasn’t fair but that’s just the way it was. We all loved Abraham Lincoln but we just  gave a respectful nod to George Washington. Their two portraits watched ...

Running the Western States 100

On June 27, I woke up 15 minutes before the 3 o'clock alarm and started the final preparations for the Western States 100 Mile Endurance Run.  The night before, I had app ...

Lincoln Chronciles for July 9

Lincoln Chronicles   1 YEAR AGO July 10, 2014 – City manager resigns – Estep steps down amid rumors of discord with council members – After months of rumo ...