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Become a morning person

Maybe the hardest part of doing stuff is getting started doing stuff.  You know, taking that first step, or in this case, pedal stroke.  You say you’re going to ex ...

Baseball ending starts sports’ cycle

Just when everyone is about to collapse from a high school year of sports, the spirit is revived by Little League All Stars baseball. At each level, 9-10 Minors, 11 Minors/Majors, ...

State Water Resources Control Board renders actions Lincoln has taken over the last 20 years moot - Part two

I enjoy our tree-lined streets and parks with playing fields of real turf. If Gov. Brown has his way by implementing these conservation targets, trees and playing fields will be a ...

Check out youth art this week at 580 Sixth St.

The Art League of Lincoln hosted a public reception at the downtown art center last Thursday, honoring and showcasing more than 50 photographs from 10th, 11th and 12th grade Lincol ...

Lincoln Chronicles for week of May 28

Lincoln Chronicles   1 YEAR AGO May 29, 2014 –City considers ban on medical pot - In the near future, medical marijuana growers in Lincoln may have to find another lo ...

Check out student art at the

“The Gift,” a clay tile mural wall adjacent to Beermann Plaza is now complete with the installation of a new brick walkway providing access to the mural. This completes ...

State Water Resources Control Board renders actions Lincoln has taken over the last 20 years moot

On May 5, I represented the city of Lincoln at one of the most important meetings in the last 20 years. It was a regular meeting of the State Water Resources Control Board focused ...

Memorial Day -Museum of the Forgotten Warriors

I hope Lincoln News Messenger readers take it upon themselves to travel just a few miles north of Lincoln toward Marysville. Before reaching Marysville, the traveler turns east on ...

Lincoln golf breaks new ground

The Lincoln High golf team ended the season with a 7-3 record in duals this season. Knowing that we were in a great position to clinch second in the Pioneer Valley League, we still ...

America's ClayFest III continues through May

America’s ClayFest III is in mid-stride with just three weeks remaining to see the ceramic art from the student division at the Art League of Lincoln’s 580 Sixth St. ar ...

The Magazine, part three Cuba, curds and Lazy Liver candy

Apparently, many Victorian women were itching to break loose from their corsets and try their luck at earning some spending money.  Toward this liberated end, the magazi ...

Thinking about starting your own business?

Owning your own business is one of the most challenging and rewarding things you can do in life so make sure you are prepared to succeed.  Here are five basic things to c ...

Art League of Lincoln receives more than $8,575 in Tuesday’s Big Day of Giving

The Art League of Lincoln climaxed months of preparation with two successful fundraisers in May’s first week, raising more than $9,000 for the Art League’s art educa ...

The magazine - part 2 Beauty the Victorian way

Browsing through the old 1899 magazine, one would have thought that Victorian women had all of our modern appliances and conveniences that free women from hands-on housekeeping cho ...

Lincoln Chronicles for the week of May 7

1 YEAR AGO May 1, 2014 - John Adams Academy looking to expand into Lincoln area - Officials from John Adams Academy, a charter school ...