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School board meeting at First Street School attracts big crowd

More than 100 parents and students crowded into the multi-purpose room at First Street Elementary School Tuesday night. The attraction was a presentation that included a star stude ...

Lincoln Hills resident, Navy veteran recalls interesting life

Lincoln Hills resident Darlene Dyar, 92, remembers the day she enlisted in the Navy – her mother had to vouch for her. “We drove to Pittsburgh, 100 miles away, and I t ...

Lincoln City Council holds special budget meeting

All three Lincoln fire stations may be open full time – 24 hours per day, seven days per week – if changes to the city’s budget are approved in June, according to ...

Lincoln City Council considers drought response plan

Stricter water-use regulations are being considered by the Lincoln City Council – including development of an enforcement plan to bring residents and businesses into complian ...

Violent crime low in Lincoln, says FBI

Lincoln is the 25th safest city in California, according to an annual report by SafeWise – a home security and safety information website. Lincoln Police Chief Rex Marks, at ...

Not guilty plea in slaying of Newcastle olive ranch owner

ROSEVILLE – Accused of murder in the May 14 shooting death of his father in Newcastle, Robert Carlo Yandolino pleaded not guilty to the charge in a brief Placer County Superi ...

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Annual tennis association event raises $5000 for high school tennis

Lincoln and Rocklin Tennis Association raised $5,000 at its annual tennis tournament Saturday that pairs Lincoln, Whitney and Rocklin High school students with Lincoln Hills Tennis ...

Water waste patrols hit the streets in Auburn, Placer

Water waste patrols are now a fact of life in drought-challenged Placer County. The patrols started this week, with Placer County Water Agency employees starting at sunrise and fa ...