Living

Local boy to run survivor’s lap at Relay for Life Saturday

Nine years ago, Lincoln resident Kyler Haskins was a healthy 5-year-old. Then came the headaches, double vision and vomiting. Following a CAT scan, Kyler’s mother, Sandie Ha ...

America's ClayFest III continues through May

America’s ClayFest III is in mid-stride with just three weeks remaining to see the ceramic art from the student division at the Art League of Lincoln’s 580 Sixth St. ar ...

The Magazine, part three Cuba, curds and Lazy Liver candy

Apparently, many Victorian women were itching to break loose from their corsets and try their luck at earning some spending money.  Toward this liberated end, the magazi ...

Thinking about starting your own business?

Owning your own business is one of the most challenging and rewarding things you can do in life so make sure you are prepared to succeed.  Here are five basic things to c ...

Spare The Air season began last Friday

The Sacramento region’s 21st Spare The Air season beginning last Friday marks the beginning of a newly-refined effort by the Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management Di ...

Sheridan Elementary to get new top administrator;

Sheridan Elementary School will soon get a new principal for the 2015 -2016 school year, according to Western Placer Unified School District (WPUSD) officials. During the “R ...

Art League of Lincoln receives more than $8,575 in Tuesday’s Big Day of Giving

The Art League of Lincoln climaxed months of preparation with two successful fundraisers in May’s first week, raising more than $9,000 for the Art League’s art educa ...

The magazine - part 2 Beauty the Victorian way

Browsing through the old 1899 magazine, one would have thought that Victorian women had all of our modern appliances and conveniences that free women from hands-on housekeeping cho ...