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A deep family connection to Labor Day

My husband, Alvar, was always a little irritated with me when I mixed up Memorial Day and  Labor Day. He had good reason. He was a World War II veteran, trained as a me ...

Summer Amphitheater Concert Series features a Neil Diamond tribute Friday

If you like Neil Diamond, you’ll want to be at Friday’s Lincoln Hills Summer Amphitheater Concert Series featuring Dean Colley’s “Hot August Night!” s ...

New reserve officer joins Lincoln Police Department

Clint P. Massey is a new reserve police officer for the city of Lincoln, according to Lincoln Police Chief Rex H. Marks on Tuesday. Massey went through an extensive background inv ...

Tips for buying or selling a home in California

When it comes to California real estate, there are plenty of laws and rules related to the buying or selling of a house.   However, anyone who has ever purchased real estate ...

Lincoln calendar

Thursday, Sept. 3 TOPS, Take Off Pounds Sensibly meeting is 10 a.m. at St. James Church, 479 L St. Info: Jackie Burnett at 408-3024. Mother Goose on the Loose has two sessions av ...

Riding without a license

There are some people, mostly non-cyclists, who feel bike riders should be licensed in much the same way drivers are.  Logically, forcing a cyclist to have a license would no ...

Hooked On Solar joins SunPower® Master Dealer network

Hooked On Solar, a Lincoln-based solar installer, has joined the SunPower® Master Dealer network. “We are a locally owned and operated business that recently became a Su ...

Bryan Turk graduates

Bryan Turk of Lincoln has earned his Master of Science degree in information security and assurance from Western Governors University. The university held its 29th semi-annual com ...

Elise Meyer graduates

Elise Meyer graduates Elise Meyer of Lincoln has earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in mathematics from Western Governors University. The university held its 29th semi-annual com ...

Kelsey Davis graduates

Kelsey Davis of Lincoln has earned her Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from Western Governors University. The university held its 29th semi-annual commencement ceremony in S ...

Lincoln Chronicles

ONE YEAR AGO SEPT.  4, 2014 – Mother Goose on the Loose a successful program - Betty Gordon, Lincoln resident of 14 years and active member of The Friends of the Lincol ...

Transportation Poll: Placer County sales-tax hike vote would fall short

Placer County voters can’t drive 66.66. That’s the two-thirds vote the Placer County Transportation Planning Agency would need to capture at the ballot box to put it o ...

Food trucks, football featured Tuesday

Lincoln’s monthly food truck event will have a special community theme Tuesday; an introduction to the high school’s football team, cheerleaders and band. The Food Tru ...

Verdera HOA asks council, PD for traffic help

A private, gated-community in Lincoln, with more than 500 homes, formally asked the Lincoln City Council for help Tuesday night with traffic enforcement. The Verdera Community is ...

New tribal gaming compact may mean more money for city

Lincoln City Council voted Aug. 21 to support a new tribal-gaming compact, which may provide money to the city’s aging infrastructure, between the state and the United Auburn ...