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Mads Tolling brings memories of the ‘60s

Two-time Grammy-winning violinist Mads Tolling, known for his creative streak, will recreate the ’60s this Monday at Lincoln Hills. Monday’s audience will be one of t ...

Lincoln Soroptimist International club celebrates 10 years

When Jean Lund moved to Lincoln 15 years ago, the city did not have a Soroptimist International chapter. This summer, the club celebrated its 10-year anniversary and Lund was inst ...

Placer County takes over Lincoln transit service

Bus service is still available in Lincoln, but as of July 1, the provider is Placer County Transportation (PCT). The transition has gone smoothly, according to the city of Lincoln ...

Railroad representative visits Lincoln MAC

Union Pacific trains are required by federal law to transport hazardous materials but new technology is now available to help emergency crews identify what the cars are carrying, a ...

Lincoln businesses serve up frozen treats in hot summer

Summer time is here and you need something to keep you cool? With apologies to David Lee Roth, it’s time to see the ice cream man. Lincoln residents are able to try a diffe ...

Slomski is always active

Editor’s note: This is the last in a weekly series of Lincoln Hills softball players and managers who love the game. The June 11 story was on Vern DeVincenzi; the June 18 sto ...

Rock removal ending on Lincoln-North Auburn sewer link

The regional sewer pipeline ending in Lincoln is slowly digging its way to completion in North Auburn. The Joeger and Bell crossroads in North Auburn have been a focal point in re ...

FAMILIAR TRAIL: Placer freshman Claire Ross will take on the 2015 Tevis Cup

Over 200 riders will traverse the Western States Trail from Tahoe to Auburn Aug. 1 for a 100-mile trek that’s considered the oldest endurance trail ride in the world — ...

New Beermanns' owner challenged by Ram Restaurant president

Editor’s note: For a more detailed version of this story, check the July 23 issue of The Lincoln News Messenger.   Statements by Gerald “Tim” Bond about hi ...

Remembering Bill Brooks’ impact with Sierra View, Roseville community

Ice clinked against her glass as she set it on the white, linen tablecloth at her home in Roseville. The nerves were overwhelming and her hands were shaky, but she proceeded nonet ...

Setting up an LLC could be beneficial

Own a business or rental property? Switching to an LLC could protect your family’s home and personal assets. In California, a limited liability company (LLC) is a legal &ld ...

Knights of Columbus to hold Lincoln luau

Ukulele music, hula dancing and a Polynesian buffet will all be on the menu July 25 for the Lincoln Knights of Columbus’ seventh annual Hawaiian Luau. The Hawaiian Luau is o ...

Assisted living project back on track

A stalled project to build an assisted living facility behind Wal-Mart should be back on track, city staffers said Tuesday night at the Lincoln City Council meeting. Lindy Childer ...

Tips to stay healthy and happy in the peak of summer temperatures

The peak of summer is nearly here. The hottest summer temperatures for the Sacramento area tend to occur from Tuesday to July 25, according to 30-year averages calculated by the Na ...

Downtown Lincoln Farmers’ Market update

The Farmers’ Market in downtown  on Thursday nights is midway through its summer session.   We farmers are delighted with the weekly turnouts, in spite of the not ...