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McCourtney- Rioso- East Avenue loop

Happy New Year! This is our last ride of the year. May I suggest you make one of your top resolution priorities that of riding your bike as much as possible in 2016? Today, we be ...

WE DID IT! THE HAUL-A-DAY SEASON IS OVER

I just don’t think it’s a coincidence that ‘junk’ rhymes with “trunk.”  Ever since about Oct. 15, I’ve been haulin’ junk i ...

Santa Lands on E Street

Santa Claus landed on E Street when our family was living with my Grandmother Jessie Jane Dillian. On that Christmas Eve in Lincoln, it was so cold that the front windows of ...

Holiday donation giving appreciated and needed

For the last two months, we ran stories asking residents to donate to other residents in need. We want residents who have financial difficulties to be able to enjoy the holidays ...

Thorns, glass and tacks

If you are the type of rider who rides only in your neighborhood and has a bike with fat, knobby tires, flats aren’t a big worry for you.  I think there are riders who ...

Lincoln Chronicles for week of Dec. 24

Lincoln Chronicles 1 YEAR AGO Dec. 25, 2014 – Council to consider city manager applicants Monday - Although Lincoln City Hall is closed t ...

Good things ahead for empty land

Surely, you have seen the vast open space west of Highway 65 on your way between Lincoln and Roseville. I’m asked regularly, “What’s going on with all this empty ...

Lincoln Chronicles for the week of Dec. 17

Lincoln Chronicles 1 YEAR AGO Dec. 18, 2014 – Lincoln fares OK after last week’s heavy rainstorm – City receives more than 2.14 inches -&nbs ...

East-Rural Lincoln Loop

Today, we will start our ride at McBean Pavilion. Be sure to put on your helmet and check your bike. Make sure your tires are properly inflated and have plenty of water with you. ...

Christmas parade captures community spirit

Parades have always been special to me. I grew up in Dixon and the annual Mayfair Parade was something my sisters and I looked forward to and never missed. This past July, I was h ...

Everyone wins from Jessup playing at McBean Park

I have great childhood memories of sitting less than a few hundred feet from the St. Louis Cardinals during pleasant, balmy spring nights at Al Lang Stadium in St. Pete, Fla. I w ...