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Lincoln museum's new sign installed

After two years in the former City Hall, the Lincoln Area Archives Museum packed up its portable sign and officially moved in. On June 24, contractors installed permanent signage ...

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 ...

The Original Drifters play Lincoln Hills concert series July 2

Bill Pinkney's Original Drifters, also known as the Original Drifters, take the stage July 2 at Lincoln Hills’ summer amphitheater summer concert series. First taking th ...

NorCal Flight Center wants to see community at airport

Richard Ryan hopes that scores of Lincoln-area residents will learn how to operate a small airplane and spend time at the Lincoln Regional Airport. That way, residents can fly fr ...

Downtown Lincoln is open during construction

Although Lincoln Boulevard is undergoing a massive facelift the merchants located on the street remain open for business. Tom Jones, of Sierra Hills Framing at 531 Lincoln Bouleva ...

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 ...

FieldHaven fundraiser a success, nearly $100k raised

Classics, Cats and Cabernet, a fundraiser held June 13 for FieldHaven Feline Center in Lincoln, was successful for the seventh consecutive year, according to Joy Smith, the center& ...

Lincoln nearly ready for 4th of July celebration

Lincoln’s day-long 4th of July celebration is quickly coming together, including funding for the fireworks show and events at McBean Park. Dave Flood, the Lincoln 4th of Jul ...

Councilman angered by consultants on two projects

Almost $3 million in spending was approved June 9 by the Lincoln City Council, although one councilman was absent, one voted yes under protest and another was adamantly against the ...