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Lincoln Chronicles for Dec. 4

1 YEAR AGO Dec. 5, 2013 – Development director Miller leaves Lincoln – Mark Miller, Lincoln’s community-development director since June 5, 2011, has resigned ...

Auburn Ravine salmon migration blocked by Hemphill Dam

Many individuals and agencies have worked diligently to get salmon 22 miles up Auburn Ravine to the current blockage at Hemphill Dam a few miles east of Lincoln.  NOAA (Natio ...

NID working toward a resolution

Good afternoon all, I am happy to report that by 11:30 (Monday) morning, the (Nevada Irrigation) District was able to remove the snag and the bumper safely from the facil ...

Additional storm information for pet owners

The Lincoln area will be affected by a winter storm beginning Wednesday night December 10th, through Friday evening December 12th. The City is urging area animal owners to take ext ...

County opening shelters in anticipation of winter storm

With a major winter storm bearing down on Northern California that is expected to bring significant amounts of rain, high winds and localized flooding, Placer County has taken step ...

Nobody likes to wear a helmet

Nobody really likes to wear a bicycle helmet. They can be uncomfortable and, let’s face it, they look dorky.  And no state requires adults to wear a helmet while ...

Sons In Retirement changes meeting venue

The Lincoln/Roseville branch of Sons In Retirement (SIR) will change the location of monthly luncheons immediately following the new year. Luncheons will be hel ...

High school hi-jinks Part two – “Breaking Bad,” starring my friend J.

Fate dealt an unkind blow to J.  She got in big trouble.  Such big trouble that she was called into the principal’s office.  As if that wasn’t bad eno ...

Art League of Lincoln on the move or can the organization stay in city building?

Members of the nonprofit Art League of Lincoln, formed in March 2012, are wondering if the organization will still be able to lease the city-owned 580 6th St. property. On Aug. 28 ...

Taco Bell site work expected to begin this month

 Judging by the buzz on Facebook, Taco Bell returning to Lincoln is an exciting event anticipated by many residents.  When news broke last week about the Tex-Mex r ...