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GEMS students win national award for science essays

Bernadette Unden, an eighth-grade English teacher at Glen Edwards Middle School (GEMS), was “pleased but not too surprised” that three of her honor students won semi-fi ...

Lincoln leaders travel to nation’s capital

Members of the Lincoln City Council, as well as the Lincoln city manager, traveled to Washington D.C. this week as part of an annual effort to ask for legi ...

Local leaders upset with state-ordered 36 percent water reduction

A state water agency Saturday ordered Lincoln to comply with some of the most severe restrictions in California. One Lincoln City Councilman insists the ci ...

Lincoln businessman Jim D’Ambrosio preserves images of Holocaust for museum

A Lincoln businessman and resident, Jim D’Ambrosio, is making sure that the Holocaust is remembered for generations to come. D’Ambrosio, who owns Lincoln Gold & Co ...

Lincoln Hills Community Chorus’ "Melodies of Love" begins April 26

Johnny Mercer and Duke Ellington are just two of the popular composers on the program for the Lincoln Hills Community Chorus "Melodies of Love" spring concert.   T ...

School board gives direction for $20-million bond sales to begin May 14

The Western Placer Unified School District school board authorized bond consultants Tuesday night to move forward with plans to sell $20 million in general obligation school bonds ...

The buzz about the drought

The Placer Mosquito and Vector Control District (PMVCD) announced Monday the official beginning of the season during West Nile virus and Mosquito and Vector Control Awareness We ...

Lincoln Wine Fest to take over downtown May 2

Tickets are now on sale for the fourth annual Lincoln Wine Fest that will feature 19 wineries on May 2. By press time Wednesday, about 150 tickets were sold, according to Lincoln ...

Two new recruits join Lincoln police volunteers

The Lincoln Police Volunteers (LPV) added two new recruits to their growing ranks last week.   Lincoln Police Chief Rex H. Marks, who presided over the swearing-in ceremony ...

Airship over Lincoln really happened

If you looked up Sunday night in Lincoln between 5:30 and 7:30 PM and saw a yellow blimp, you weren't hallucinating.  That actually was an airship undergoing a shak ...