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New program extends learning time

Three local teachers designed a kindergarten program that increases student achievement through early intervention. Developed at First Street Elementary School by teachers Sue Wa ...

DUI patrol heightened for holiday weekend

California Highway Patrol, in cooperation with local law enforcement, are participating in a two-week-long campaign to curb DUIs during Labor Day season. The “Avoid the 7 D ...

Placer County roads ready for half-cent sales tax funding infusion?

A laser focus on developing financial resources for 30 years of transportation infrastructure projects will yield some estimates on public support at today’s Placer County Tr ...

Lincoln calendar

Thursday, Aug. 27 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 ...

Thunder Valley tribe's revamped pact with state to benefit Placer County

The Auburn-based Indian tribe that owns Thunder Valley Resort and Casino could soon be operating the Lincoln area gambling business under a revised compact with the state that limi ...

Lincoln Chronicles

1 YEAR AGO AUG. 28, 2014: Rail rep vague on crude-oil issues - If residents at Tuesday night’s City Council meeting expected revelations about how Union Pacific Railroad mig ...

Two more Village I projects advance

Two projects located within the Village I specific plan received approval from the Lincoln Planning Commission Aug. 12. The Lincoln Planning Commission unanimously approved tentat ...

New volunteers sworn in by Lincoln P.D.

Lincoln’s police volunteers welcomed four new members July 22 and said farewell to two others at a swearing in, pinning and retirement ceremony at City Hall. Rich Ragan, vol ...

Lincoln man shot, hospitalized

An early Monday morning shooting sent a Lincoln man to the hospital with a gunshot wound to the chest, according to Lincoln Police Chief Rex Marks. Lincoln resident Shaun Sterner, ...

City Council to hold special water meeting Friday

A special water workshop will be held at 4 p.m. Friday by the Lincoln City Council. The council will conduct the water workshop at City Hall, 600 Sixth St., Lincoln in the third f ...

Councilman Nader critical of Lincoln Boulevard project

Lincoln City Councilman Stan Nader at the Aug. 11 council meeting criticized the treatment of downtown businesses during the Lincoln Boulevard Streetscape improvements. And, at a ...

Sacramento developer to open Beermann's

A Sacramento-area real estate developer has stepped forward as the next proprietor of Beermann’s Restaurant, located in downtown Lincoln’s IOOF building at 645 Fifth St ...

RV catches on fire on Hackberry Lane

Sun City Lincoln Hills homeowners Shelly and Chuck Park assess damages to their front yard Tuesday afternoon after their son’s RV caught fire outside their home on Hackberry ...

Rotary blood drive Friday

In 40 minutes or less, from registering to leaving a Lincoln blood drive Friday, residents can save the lives of strangers and possibly neighbors. The Lincoln Community Blood and ...

Resource officer hired

Starting during this first week of school, Lincoln Police Officer Steve Krueger will become a familiar presence on local school campuses. At Tuesday night’s school board me ...