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A (good) day in the life of a road cyclist

It’s 45 degrees but 15 degrees warmer than just two days prior, as my ride group leaves at exactly 8 a.m. We climb Twelve Bridges and Sierra College, too early in the ride t ...

Joiner Parkway-Stanford Ranch Road-Southeast Loop

Today, we begin at an alternate site. Take your bike to the parking lot of the Lincoln Hills Community Church at Joiner Parkway and Del Webb ...

Donkey fun in the Lincoln school playground

Kids today would probably think donkey baseball was some kind of computer game. Far from it. Donkey baseball was an actual baseball game, even though the donkeys didn’t a ...

Visual Viewpoint

Someday a computer will fit in the palm of your hand. It will be more powerful than a building size computer of today and be used to post a picture of your lunch on Facebook.

Russia and Ukraine: A trip to the homeland, part one

Mother Russia, a country historically dark and mysterious punctuated with flashes of brilliance. Richard’s known family history started near Kiev, Ukraine. Some moved to Mosc ...

Lincoln Chronicles for week of Dec. 3

3LNM Lincoln Chronicles I YEAR AGO Dec. 4, 2014 – New city manager to be hired soon - One of Lincoln City Council’s top priorities, selecting ...

Holiday Giving and Senior Fraud

During the holidays, fraudulent charities abound and our seniors are the most vulnerable to these scams. At a recent visit to a favorite client’s home, I noticed a stack of ...

Whatever it is, they’ll pass a law about it

Just a few days ago, I saw a headline that said, “Medical Pot Industry Under State Regulation.”   My neighbor, who has a slight cerebral disassociation mechanism ...

Happy birthday, Shirley Russell

Turning 80 Nov. 24, Shirley Russell is not your typical octogenarian. While other retirees 20 years younger gladly give up their responsibilities in organizations to take it easi ...

Pass it along

My father was raised in an era when hunting and fishing were essential skills used to provide food for the family. Born in East Texas in 1923, he was a World War II veteran, hav ...

Living in a Thanksgiving community

They say in everyone’s life a little rain must fall and that even happens in circumstance of otherwise great joy. The Lincoln Jr. Zebras took three North Division Sierra Val ...

A Bike for Christmas?

It’s the time of year that you parents might think about getting your youngster his or her first bike for Christmas. For many of us, receiving our first bike was an event th ...

Finding thanks, even in stressful times

If Kandace Rickard-Lohner chose not to smile this week, I would understand 100 percent. The 21-year-old Lincoln resident’s health-care job quickly disappeared during the la ...

Lincoln Chronicles for Thanksgiving week

1 Year Ago – Nov. 27, 2014 - Lincoln City Hall takes a few days off, too - Just as it’s traditional for residents to take days off for the Thanksgiving, Christmas ...