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First-graders make “binky” blankets for local seniors

Last Friday, local first-graders exercised a lesson in caring for their neighbors.   Decked out in their green “school spirit” shirts, fifty-three Creekside Oaks ...

Lincoln High School grads brave storm Friday

The graduation ceremony for Lincoln High School’s Class of 2015 began with intermittent drizzle and lightning streaking across dark skies. And just as the last graduates step ...

Car show draws 'one of largest crowds ever'

Organizers of the Rods and Relics of Lincoln Hills Car Show said this week they estimate at least 4,000 people turned out for last Saturday’s downtown event. “It&rsquo ...

Councilman proposes no fines for water wasters

Lincoln City Councilman Spencer Short proposed Tuesday night that the council consider eliminating fines from the recently-approved water regulations and restrictions. Short, angr ...

Vern DeVincenzi shows softball team age is just a number

Vern DeVincenzi, 88, is a walking advertisement for the benefits of playing softball. With softball season beginning in April, this is DeVincenzi’s best part of the year. T ...

Council puts off budget approval for two weeks

Approval of the city budget was put off Tuesday night for two weeks, which gives the Lincoln City Council more time to review the spending plan. The proposed budget includes a Gen ...

Weekly downtown Farmers’ Market starts Thursday (June 11)

Thursdays in downtown Lincoln gets even better with tonight’s (June 11) kickoff of the seasonal Farmers’ Market held weekly through Aug. 27. Sponsored by the Lincoln A ...

Lincoln High School senior awards

Outstanding Boy – Tanner Boatman Outstanding Girl – Karlee Dornbush Class President – Savannah Avila Salutatorian – Simone Matecna Valedictorian – ...

Phoenix High has a productive school year

Phoenix High School students, staff and volunteers have much pride in the continuation school at 870 J St. “We wanted to let the community know some of the exciting things ...

Construction to resume on assisted living project

Construction should resume later this month on a stalled project – commonly known in Lincoln as, “What’s going on behind Wal-Mart? – according to a key city ...