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$10M Lincoln High fixes discussed

A year after the authorization of a $60 million general obligation school bond, new construction and improvements at Lincoln High School are scheduled to begin next summer. At Tu ...

Be aware of snakes, even as temperatures drop

Just because daylight savings time ended Sunday and the temperatures are no longer in the high 80s and above, snakes are not yet hibernating. While snake activity is “becom ...

Western Placer Unified School District leads the way with science

By Angelina Brown For The Lincoln News Messenger In 2000, Western Placer Unified School District (WPUSD) began to hire credentialed science teachers to teach science in all ele ...

Jessup to unveil new Veterans Resource Center after annual Veterans Day ceremony

The William Jessup University Public Policy and Business Departments, in cooperation with the CSU-Sacramento Air Force ROTC and the WJU Veterans Club, will host the university&rsqu ...

Holiday Craft Faire, Bake Sale this weekend

Fifty-plus crafters from throughout Northern California will be at the sixth annual Holiday Craft Faire and Bake Sale this Friday and Saturday at Lincoln Hills Community Church. ...

Like it or not, snakes are a part of Lincoln life, too

I can’t even see thumbnail photos of snakes without cringing. After three unwanted and too-close-for-comfort encounters with snakes (the last two weeks ago), however, I reali ...

Child passenger safety continues to be a priority for highway patrol

SACRAMENTO – The California Highway Patrol (CHP) is enhancing its efforts to ensure children are safely secured while traveling California’s roadways. The CHP has par ...

Lincoln Calendar, starting Nov. 5

Thursday, Nov. 5 TOPS, Take Off Pounds Sensibly meeting is at 10 a.m. at St. James Church, 479 L St. Info: Jackie Burnett at 408-3024. Mother Goose on the Loose has two sessions ...

Rotary Club visits Sheridan Elementary School

Lincoln’s Rotary Club recently visited Sheridan Elementary School to acknowledge the school’s Accelerated Readers. Names of all students who made their A ...

Art League’s Mask and Costume Show an experience

Walking through the Art League of Lincoln’s Mask and Costumes Show is like entering a magical kingdom. Wraith-like birds with trailing feathered tails soar overhead, fie ...

Halloween Spirit has spooky options

On Halloween, the dead will walk the streets again. So will monsters and zombies, werewolves and skeletons. Some will even dance the night away at adult parties, thanks to the hu ...

Rodriguez says process is broken

The approval process is broken, according to Lincoln Planning Commission chairwoman Keela Rodriguez at the Oct. 21 Planning Commission meeting. After hearing a presentation on ele ...

City Council divided on Village I projects

Three of the five Lincoln City Councilmen at their Tuesday meeting voted for tentative approval of four housing projects within the Village I specific plan. The housing projects we ...

Lincoln Rotary to host third ‘Nite at the Races’

Instead of going to the racetrack, the Rotary Club of Lincoln is bringing the ponies to Lincoln Hills for a one-night “horse racing for charity” event, according to clu ...

Kids get hooked on a fish story at library

Last Saturday at the library, children grouped in twos and threes leaning forward, eager to hear the tale of a boy and his pet goldfish. Hosted by the Lincoln Library, the &ldquo ...