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Lincoln Chronicles for the week of April 23

Lincoln Chronicles 1 YEAR AGO April 24, 2014 – Council debates fate of house at the end-of-the-airport-runaway -One of the more lively discussions at Tues ...

Nicolaus Road-Nelson Lane-Casino-Foothills-Joiner-Del Webb Loop

Today, we take a flat ride through a northwest circle around Lincoln. After our customary check of the bike, put on your helmet and let’s start from the McBean Park Pavi ...

Pacing problem in Rocklin Run

Run Rocklin is a great event to bring together friends, family and a community for a terrific cause in the city of Rocklin. The 2015 race was my second and I did it for the reason ...

Art League is blooming this month

   April is the month when the the Art League of Lincoln is in full bloom with talent and energy bursting all around us.    And, t ...

Zebras drop to 4-2 after spring break

Spring break came and went. But it allowed the Fighting Zebras some time to get away from competitive golf before getting back to our Pioneer Valley League matches.  ...

'Furious 7' embraces the absurd

Make no mistake, the long-standing cheese-fest car franchise is no longer about racing. These are now the biggest superhero movies being made anywhere not named Marvel Studios. &q ...

Bladder infections in the elderly - causes, symptoms, and treatments

 A bladder infection or urinary tract infection (UTI) is a bacterial infection that occurs when bacteria invades the urinary track system.  UTI’s pop up when y ...

SHARING THE ROAD IS A TWO WAY STREET

I know I have written about much of what follows before, but in the interest of safety and co-existence, let’s revisit some of the laws governing bikes and cars sharing th ...

‘Get Hard’ should have been tougher on underlying issues

When rich, white businessman James King is sentenced to 10 years in San Quentin State Prison for fraud and embezzlement, he recruits the help of his black car washer, Darnell, to h ...

Sierra College - Twelve Bridges - Joiner - Ferrari Ranch Loop

Today, we will start at McBean Pavilion and take a swing through some up-and-down terrain as well as a flat course. Remember our usual check of the bike, put on your helmet and ...

Tax Time in Lincoln, part one Money, honey

They sat in the corner of one of Lincoln's quiet little restaurants. He'd already finished his taxes and set them off to the side.  He watched h ...

Lincoln Chronicles for April 2

Lincoln Chronicles   1 YEAR AGO April 3, 2014 – Storms boost snowpack – but not enough – PG&E survey shows water content less than half of average in ...

Out of the Classroom, Part 3 The show-and-tell shell

I mentioned the forbidden book incident in this column two weeks ago but there was another incident that I've never forgotten, one that seemed actively dangerous.   ...

Today’s symbols of civilization

   Unfortunately, the world did not come to an end in February so we all got to live to see the design of the sculptor that will greet you as you approach the new Kings&r ...