History

A mother's courage during the Holocaust

Tamara Theodore publicly celebrated her mother’s strength, courage and kindness a week before Mother’s Day. Theodore, a Lincoln resident and occupational therapist, wa ...

‘Never forget’ as timely as ever

The phrase, “Never forget,” about the atrocities suffered by 11 million-plus innocent people in the hands of the Nazis during the Holocaust is just as timely today as i ...

Lincoln's Comfort Food Part 1 Bread and Butter

Oh, how we loved Lincoln's little bakery and cafe.  Before it burned down, it sat at the Fifth Street entrance to what is now Beermann’s Plaza.  For a while i ...

Native Daughters Committee seeks information about early Lincoln-area pioneers

The local chapter of the Native Daughters of the Golden West is seeking information and photographs related to early Lincoln pioneers. The newly formed Archives and Pioneer Roster ...

Our civic pride: old and new

Just look at the 1921 photo of Lincoln citizens as they gathered at the groundbreaking    ceremonies for Lincoln’s new Civic Auditorium. Even the governo ...

Lincoln Chronicles for week of Feb. 25

1 YEAR AGO –    FEB. 26, 2015 – Revision of sign ordinance delayed – Scanlon named city clerk -    Sign ordinance delayed; ...

Reflections of an icon: Great-great-grandson to evoke Muir’s life, work

Robert Hanna, John Muir’s great-great-grandson, is determined to keep the environmental pioneer’s legacy alive. Tonight at Auburn’s State Theater, he presents, &l ...

Lincoln Chronicles for week of Jan. 21

Lincoln Chronicles     1 YEAR AGO JAN. 15, 2015 - Sierra Foothills Rugby opens at McBean – New season gets underway There was plenty of green, gold and black a ...

Lincoln Chronicles

10 YEARS AGO Dec. 29, 2005 – Nicolaus Road repairs two years away - Drivers negotiating the potholes on Nicolaus Road near the Lincoln Regional Airport will have to wait a ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

Lincoln has an 'impulse'

Once upon a time, downtown Lincoln was the site of a weird little movie, “Impulse.”   Well, not only weird.   Super weird. Some of the scenes happened a ...

Lincoln Chronicles for week of Dec. 10

Lincoln Chronicles   1 YEAR AGO Dec. 11, 2014 – Taco Bell site work to begin this month – Judging by the buzz on Facebook, Taco Bell returni ...

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 ...