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A mother's courage during the Holocaust

Tamara Theodore publicly celebrated her mother’s strength, courage and kindness a week before Mother’s Day. Theodore, a Lincoln resident and occupational therapist, wa ...

Lincoln Open Mic congratulates local graduate Matt George

Years ago, an 8-year-old boy began to attend our Open Mic Sundays in Lincoln.  He loved writing poetry so much that his poems won prizes in several of the Auburn Sierra Hills ...

UPDATE: Standoff ends as Roseville police discover armed suspect dead in house on King Road

Roseville police officers and SWAT operatives surrounded a house on the 200 block of King Road near the downtown area of Douglas Boulevard. According to authorities, a suspect want ...

Auburn police arrest two for robbery, burglary, conspiracy

  Auburn Police have arrested two men on suspicion of robbery, burglary and conspiracy  The case began on April 13 when a  a subject contacted police to r ...

Placer wins big at Seattle band competition

Placer High School bands and choirs, led by David Lawrenson, music director, won big at the Seattle World Strides Music Competition. Awards include: • Program sweepstakes (b ...

Measure C would give millions to Placer Union schools

Gone are the days when a teacher stood in front of neatly-lined rows of desks “Little House on the Prairie”-style and imparted knowledge while students took copious not ...

BIG Day of Giving deadline extended

Americans were so generous during the BIG Day of Giving yesterday, their giving broke the national online site where donations were accepted.  As a result donations to lo ...

Lincoln calendar, starting May 5

Thursday, May 5 TOPS, Take Off Pounds Sensibly meeting is at 10 a.m. at St. James Church, 479 L St. Info: Jackie Burnett at 408-3024. America’s ClayFest, Student Division&n ...

Go for the burn – but get that permit first

Citing dry weather conditions, Cal Fire has put a burn permit requirement back in place as temperatures start to heat up again. The drop in moisture means brush and grasses in the ...

Ready, steady, donate

The challenge is about to begin: 31 Auburn competitors have been preparing since last fall for this 24-hour race to the fundraising finish known as the Big Day of Giving.  It ...

12th annual Voices of Lincoln Poetry Contest poets wanted

     The 12th annual Voices of Lincoln Poetry Contest began in April, as part of the National Poetry Month celebration. The Voices of Lincoln Poetry Contest is pres ...

Local residents inducted into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi

Three area students, including one from Lincoln, were recently initiated into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor soci ...

Auburn teacher arrested

A Roseville man who taught at Horizon Charter schools in Auburn and Roseville has been arrested on six felony counts of child molestation. James McNealy Carroll, 64, was arrested ...

Car Show and Chili Cook-off offers hot cars and chili tastings April 30

Local musician Doug Weiss enjoys performing at an event that helps the community.   As band leader, guitarist and lead vocalist for Lincoln Highway, Weiss has played at the ...