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Thanksgiving dinners

All Lincoln residents “wanting a warm home-cooked” Thanksgiving meal can get their wish from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday during St. Joseph Parish’s annual holiday meal. ...

Kiwanis holiday home tour planned for Dec. 6

 Parisian clown dolls, handmade tree ornaments, glitter and glitz are all included in every uniquely- decorated home on this year’s Kiwanis Holiday Home Tour. ...

Medical marijuana debated

Although 20-plus states, including California, allow doctors to prescribe medical marijuana to help ease symptoms of several diseases, using the drug is still under debate througho ...

City Council approves inter-fund loan for gravity sewer and reclaimed water

Council’s discussion about whether to use inter-fund monies to bankroll capital improvements consumed nearly half of Tuesday night’s three-hour Lincoln City Council mee ...

Fire department receives $50,000 for firefighting equipment

Beginning early next year, the Lincoln Fire Department will receive a much-needed new vehicle fitted to fight grassland fires. On Tuesday night, City Council approved funds from t ...

Santa’s coming to downtown early at Dec. 6 craft boutique

The big guy in the red suit is making an appearance Saturday, Dec. 6 and will be available for photo ops and gift consultations with youth at the Christmas Craft Boutique.   ...

Lincoln neighborhood reports mailbox break-ins

Barry Johnson has a special message to Lincoln residents this holiday season: don’t leave your mail overnight or on weekends in cluster mailboxes. That’s because the L ...

Mammoth Placer Vineyards plan near Roseville up for vote

Years in the making, a planning document that could push forward the mammoth Placer Vineyards project near Roseville is moving up the Placer County planning ladder. A key test for ...

PCAR holds food drive Saturday

The 10th annual Placer County Association of Realtors food drive will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at Safeway in the Lincoln Town Center and at WalMart on Lincoln Boulev ...

Retired veteran says military offers educational opportunities for women

When retired U.S. Air Force Sgt. Liz Lynn came of age in American Samoa in the early 1970s, staying at home to attend college was not an option. There were no colleges in American ...