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A courage that endures Holocaust survivor turned spy against Nazis wows Rocklin

During one of the most frightening moments in modern history, a young Jewish woman in France witnessed both the very worst and very best of human actions, finding in herself the fo ...

Art league to showcase heirloom jewelry exhibit, beginning Wednesday

Vintage red jewels and faux diamonds from decades past will be displayed at the Art League of Lincoln as part of an artisan jewelry show.  In the Artistry of Jewelry ga ...

LHS student wins first place in Lincoln Host Lions speech contest

Lincoln High School sophomores Rosalia Gomez, left, Lara Ocumen and Phiroze Engineer participated in the Lincoln Host Lions speech contest Feb 18 at Lincoln City Hall. Ocumen won f ...

The Lincoln Hills Players to present “Gopher Gap” comedy Wednesday and March 5

In “The Ballad of Gopher Gap, or...Sticky Fingers Won't Wash,” con artists Bunco DeSneer and Flora Fourflusher are salting a mine in Gopher Gap with fake minerals, ...

Interstate 80 in Newcastle to close in both directions overnight Tuesday and Wednesday

The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) is alerting motorists that Interstate 80 will be closed overnight in both directions in south Placer County as crews raise th ...

Lincoln Taco Bell to open in early April

After a four-year absence, Taco Bell is returning to Lincoln. The Tex-Mex fast food restaurant will open in the Sterling Pointe Shopping Center off Highway 65 in early April, acco ...

Lincoln Hills board members elected

The four candidates winning Sun City Lincoln Hills Community Association board of director seats were announced Feb. 19 at the annual homeowners’ association meeting. Six ca ...

Lincoln Hills executive director likes collaborating with city, chamber

Sun City Lincoln Hills Community Association executive director Christopher O’Keefe might be the active–adult community’s biggest cheerleader. The community open ...

Healing Heroes helps area veterans

Healing Heroes is a program established in 2014 to coordinate locating service dogs and training to disabled veterans.  The local American Legion Post James E. Fowler Post 264 ...

Sign ordinance delayed; will be heard by council March 10

The city of Lincoln’s sign ordinance revision saw another delay Tuesday and will return for City Council’s discussion next month, according to Lincoln Mayor Paul Joiner ...