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Dresser drawers The magazine, part one

It's an old, old dresser, belonging to my great-grandparents.  Old as it was, it seemed as if it had enough life left in it to allow the wood to grow back together, almos ...

Lincoln Chronicles for April 30

Lincoln Chronicles   1 YEAR AGO April 24, 2014 – Taco Bell franchise put on hold? - Although rumors have been afloat for nearly a year that a Taco Bell restaurant is ...

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 ...

Lincoln businessman Jim D’Ambrosio preserves images of Holocaust for museum

A Lincoln businessman and resident, Jim D’Ambrosio, is making sure that the Holocaust is remembered for generations to come. D’Ambrosio, who owns Lincoln Gold & Co ...

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 ...

Lincoln Chronicles for the week of Mar. 19

1 YEAR AGO March 20, 2014 – COP group welcomes new volunteers – Lincoln Hills’ resident Ralph Martinez was checking out local volunteer groups at the city p ...

Out of the classroom, Part 2 An Immigrant Boy

            I was walking to my classroom, when I heard my name called. My neighboring teacher rushed up to me, her face full of concern. ...

Lincoln Chronicles for Mar. 12

1 YEAR AGO March13, 2014 – Regional sewer project breaks ground – Lincoln Mayor Gabriel Hydrick kicked off the groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday to celebrate the b ...