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Hawks come out to play Saturday at Salmon Celebration

Kelli Moulden talks about Murphy, the red-tailed hawk, as if the rescue bird were an old friend—a friend who has come through a rough patch. Three years ago, the then 1-year ...

Measure A

Editor’s note: The Western Placer Unified School District has placed a $60 million local bond known as Measure A, or Proposition 39, on the Nov. 4 ballot. The measure require ...

Museum, vets to host Brats & Bingo Saturday

On Saturday night, it’s “back to the old days” with a community Brats & Bingo Oktoberfest celebration at the Veterans Hall, 541 5th St. Co-sponsored by Ameri ...

Chocolate lovers whip up a festival

The Chocolate Lover’s Festival events will begin with two children’s films Friday at the Heritage Theater in downtown Lincoln. “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Fact ...

Freedom Rider to address Lincoln organization Tuesday

Carol Ruth Silver is as passionate today as she was 53 years ago when she was imprisoned in Jackson, Mississippi for being a Freedom Rider. As a 21-year-old, Silver joined hundred ...

Mental health of Sheridan stabbing-murder suspect remains in question

Questions surrounding the mental health of a Sheridan stabbing-murder suspect may be resolved in December. Criminal proceedings against 34-year-old Ana Maria Bejenariu were again ...

Simple Pleasures Restaurant celebrates 35th anniversary

On Oct. 9, 1979, Bob and Doris Flocchini opened Sandwich Alley in the back of a long-existing barber shop. It was not their first business in Lincoln. They had also owned a cold st ...

Lincoln Showcase proves big success

Light rain showers Saturday night did not dampen the party mood for a crowd of more than 1,000 who attended the Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce’s 13th annual Lincoln Showcas ...

Food trucks provide dinner options this Tuesday

Food trucks return to downtown Lincoln from 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday as part of the monthly “Food Truck Pop Up! Celebrate” event. The event is sponsored by Downtown Lin ...

Carlin C. Coppin Elementary School temporarily closed for black mold treatment

Carlin C. Coppin Elementary school was shut down Tuesday after workers discovered black mold in a pod building on the campus, according to Western Placer Unified School District of ...