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Free help at filing time

The nation’s largest free, volunteer-run tax assistance and preparation service is ready to help taxpayers file their returns. From Feb. 1 through April 15, the AARP Foundat ...

Local Baha’is host public forums

On Jan. 23, two area Baha’is spoke in a Lincoln public forum, “Let Your Vision be World-Embracing.” About 40 individuals attended.  Dr. Greta D’Amico, ...

School officials attempt to wrangle social media beast

Like rock n’ roll in its time, social media is here to stay – for good or for ill – which means that a lot of the choices students make online in their free time ...

Spencer Day to bring his originals, standards Feb. 11 to Lincoln

It’s good that Spencer Day was not the best waiter. Being clumsy made him rethink his job options. “I was a mediocre waiter,” Day said this week. “I spill ...

Antique event returns to Lincoln

Is that discarded item in the basement dusty junk or a rare antique? Get the mystery unraveled by professional appraisers at Antique Answers: Antique Evaluation Day on March 5 at ...

Run Rocklin to increase donations to nonprofit organization

Thousands of runners and walkers are expected to participate in a morning trek through city streets at the 13th annual Run Rocklin on April 10 at Johnson-Springview Park. The Matt ...

Lincoln Community Foundation awards grants

Mike Hobson, Lincoln Community Foundation (LCF) president, awarded more than $5,000 in grants Tuesday night but said it could have been more. “We met seven requests this yea ...

Lincoln Rifle Club: Family, fun and firearms

(Editor’s note: during the next few weeks, The Lincoln News Messenger will examine guns and gun culture in the Lincoln community.) Lincoln residents who want to exercise the ...

In-N-Out gets OK

Crossed palm trees will soon be seen in the Lincoln Crossing neighborhood. Fans of the In-N-Out burger chain will recognize the iconic trees as the restaurants’ signature la ...

Council awards Shirley Russell key to the city

Generations of Lincoln children have been affected by Shirley Russell’s lifetime of work promoting literacy and education. On Tuesday night, the Lincoln City Council present ...

BOARDS AND BREWS: Friday's Art of Beer event supports local skateboard non-profit

What happens when a skater grows up? Unless life has come a full 900 degrees and inspired a video game franchise, avenues for applying a childhood passion are limited. Not everyo ...

Are you feeling the pressure?

Are your blood pressure readings higher than they used to be? Does stress or anxiety come into play? Several things are known to raise blood pressure. Among them: having a fami ...

Lincoln calendar, starting Jan. 28

Thursday, Jan. 28 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 at ...

Lincoln High School invites incoming freshmen and parents to Zebra Showcase

Entering high school and changing schools can be a demanding time in a young adult’s life. To help with the transition and reduce the anxiety or fear that is sometimes assoc ...

Community Christian school Bird Club

Community Christian School Bird Club braves the cold Jan. 14 in search of migrating waterfowl at the Lincoln Water Waste Treatment Facility. During the Bird Club meetings, students ...