News

Ceremony celebrates mandarin orchard preservation

No lot splits. Always destined to stay in agriculture. A 47-acre ranch in the foothills between Auburn and Lincoln that has been producing mandarins since the 1970s was celebrated ...

Assemblyman Frank Bigelow on budgets, bullet trains and TV's 'American Pickers'

Assemblyman Frank Bigelow visited Auburn this week, touching down on a morning Meddlers meeting and addressing the Auburn Rotary. He also took time to sit down with the Auburn Jour ...

Split council OKs $3 million dump clean-up

In testy discussions between Lincoln City Council and city staff that consumed an hour of Tuesday night’s regular City Council meeting at McBean Park Pavilion, the council vo ...

Lincoln Host Lions’ annual crab feed is Feb. 7

Tickets are now being sold for the Lincoln Host Lions Club’s annual crab feed on Feb. 7. The popular fundraiser helps support the Lions’ Christmas food basket program ...

Leavell family to host fundraiser dinner Jan. 24

Working last June with a young horse on his Lincoln-area ranch, Tom Leavell was severely injured. He suffered a broken neck and spinal injuries that left him a quadriplegic. Follo ...

Spencer Short new Regional Water Authority vice chairman

Lincoln Councilman Spencer Short was elected Jan. 8 as the vice chairman of Regional Water Authority. Regional Water Authority is a 25-member agency, which includes water agen ...

Sober Grad sells fresh tamales to support LHS 2015 graduates

Just in time for Super Bowl Sunday on Feb. 1, parents and supporters of Lincoln High School seniors are hosting a tamale fundraiser. Proceeds will go to Sober Grad Night for the Cl ...

Firefighters douse suspicious fire in McBean Park

Lincoln firefighters put out a suspicious fire that started in a stack of discarded trees Friday in McBean Park, according to a fire official. Firefighters from stations Number 34 ...

Tillman says residents can help shape city’s future

Currently a Chico resident, Shawn Tillman, Lincoln’s new economic development manager, joined the city of Lincoln’s staff in August. Among his past jobs was as a ...

First Street students learn to play ukulele

Judging from the melodic  island sounds of ukuleles coming from a First Street School classroom last month, a passerby might guess that an experienced band was performing. Bu ...