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State Water Resources Control Board renders actions Lincoln has taken over the last 20 years moot - Part two

I enjoy our tree-lined streets and parks with playing fields of real turf. If Gov. Brown has his way by implementing these conservation targets, trees and playing fields will be a ...

Check out youth art this week at 580 Sixth St.

The Art League of Lincoln hosted a public reception at the downtown art center last Thursday, honoring and showcasing more than 50 photographs from 10th, 11th and 12th grade Lincol ...

Thermalands community to host yard sale and free barbecue

As a way to say thank you to their Lincoln-area neighbors, the Thermalands community will throw a big party with free food and drinks and a yard sale on June 6, according to an eve ...

GEMS “outstanding” students receive Lions club awards

Students from Glen Edwards Middle School (GEMS) received awards from a local civic group May 21. Presented by the Lincoln Hills Lions Club, the Outstanding Student Awards were giv ...

New police station not in this year’s budget

Although the Lincoln Police Department is in need of a new building, it likely won’t get one this year. A request for $180,000 for upgrades to police headquarters was includ ...

Lincoln City Council adopts new water regulations

New water regulations and an enforcement plan were unanimously adopted Tuesday night by the Lincoln City Council members, including a restriction on outdoor watering more than twic ...

Lincoln Hills is going solar

Sun City Lincoln Hills’ electrical expenses of $320,000 to $340,000 a year is expected to drop to $15,000 a year, thanks to a new solar array being installed soon in the Orch ...

Lincoln Chronicles for week of May 28

Lincoln Chronicles   1 YEAR AGO May 29, 2014 –City considers ban on medical pot - In the near future, medical marijuana growers in Lincoln may have to find another lo ...