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Six City Council candidates in Nov. 4 election

This upcoming Nov. 4 Statewide Direct General Election is a relatively quiet year for Lincoln-specific races. Only two of the local races, Lincoln City Council and Nevada Irrigati ...

It’s everyone’s responsibility to know what materials are on our tracks

A big issue picking up steam the last few months is the mystery behind what hazardous materials are carried on trains passing through California, as well as throughout the country. ...

Council nixes mayor’s trip to China

After a lengthy discussion Tuesday night, four Lincoln City Council members decided not to support sending Lincoln Mayor Gabriel Hydrick or any other council representative on a tr ...

Living with lizards - Part one

 Lizards and snakes and bugs, oh my! No, we’re not dancing down the yellow brick road with Dorothy and friends, although we once had a scarecrow that scared one of the ...

Placer GOP forges slate for election

A Placer County Republican Party endorsing convention gave GOP support Saturday to a slate of candidates in local-government elections Nov. 4. The list includes City Council c ...

“Lest we forget” the heroes of 9/11

“Lest we forget!”  We all probably say, “Yeah, I remember hearing that phrase. Was it after the Alamo?  After World War 1? After Pearl Harbor?” ...

Lincoln Crossing, Nicolaus Road - Nelson Lane - Fiddyment - casino Loop

Today, we start at the community church on East Joiner Parkway and Del Webb Boulevard across the street from the two Sun City Lincoln Hills waterfalls. As always, check your bik ...

Lincoln Chronicles for Aug. 28

1 YEAR AGO Aug. 29, 2013 – Council revokes propane permit – After an often emotional discussion, City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to revoke Northern Energy ...

Calendar of events for this week Aug. 28 - Sept. 3

Thursday, Aug. 28 Downtown Lincoln Farmers’ Market – Last Thursday downtown market of the season. Runs from 5 to 8 p.m. in Beerman Plaza and 5th and F streets. The Gen ...

Help Lincoln High School Boosters by attending Tuesday’s food-truck event

Tuesday’s monthly “Food Truck Pop Up! Celebrate Lincoln” event Tuesday is not only a friendly social event but it benefits Lincoln High School. Part of the proce ...