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Lincoln City Council holds up Sorrento project

Developers looking for city approval to change a housing project from 116 homes to 39 met with stiff resistance at the June 23 Lincoln City Council meeting. Approval of Sorrento V ...

Former Lincoln mayor remembered

Mary Weir remembers when her husband, Marshall, was on the Lincoln City Council and the city clerk brought a spending request to the meeting. “The Chief of Police, Robert Ji ...

Ray Patterson enjoys Lincoln Hills

Editor’s note: This is the fourth in a six-part weekly series of Lincoln Hills softball players and managers who love the game. The June 11 story was on Vern DeVincenzi; the ...

Softball is Bud’s priority

Editor’s note: This is the third in a six-part weekly series of Lincoln Hills softball players and managers who love the game. The June 11 story was on Vern DeVincenzi and th ...

‘Big River’ looks at racial troubles in America

Unfortunately for today’s society, the message behind “Big River: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” is as relevant today as it was when “The Adventures of ...

History made with Placer County Torah dedication

Sounds of joy emanated Sunday from the Chabad House in Granite Bay for the dedication of the first community Torah of Placer County. More than 100 people filled the Chabad House i ...

Hundreds join in the summer Farmers’ Market

Downtown Lincoln’s summer signature event, the Farmers’ Market and Summer Nights, attracts hundreds of visitors who want to buy fresh produce; meet friends; hear area b ...

District says goodbye to Ryan Davis

Along with buttoning up business before the summer break, the school board paid tribute to a well-liked employee who has accepted a post at Sierra College. Ryan Davis, who has ser ...

Rod Violette at home in Lincoln - on the softball field and elsewhere

Editor’s note: This is the second in a six-part weekly series of Lincoln Hills softball players and managers who love the game. The June 11 story was on Vern DeVincenzi. ...

Deadline for Fourth of July parade entries is June 26

Entries for the Lincoln 4th of July parade are due by June 26. Entry fees are $80 for groups of 50 or more; $60 for groups of 30 to 49; $40 for groups of 11 to 29 and $20 for grou ...