News

Carnegie art classes a success

The Carnegie Library, which has been closed the last few years due to city budget cuts, opened for the Art League of Lincoln’s inaugural summer art classes for children. Art ...

Business membership campaign launched

Friends of the Lincoln Library (FOLL)  reported at its July 14 meeting that a 2015 membership campaign for Lincoln-area businesses and professional organizations has been auth ...

Art League to bring Feats of Clay back to Lincoln

The Art League of Lincoln will be returning the Feats of Clay name and familiar footed pot to the citizens of Lincoln. The Feats of Clay name has been a 24-year tradition in Linc ...

Roseville to partner with SPCA on $12.1M facility

The city of Roseville will contribute up to $7.6 million to a new SPCA facility to be built on Yosemite Drive. Roseville has partnered with the SPCA since 1994 but increased popu ...

Father-son softball players inspire Lincoln Hills league

Editor’s note: This is the sixth 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 st ...

Lincoln meets water conservation goal for June

Water use in June for the city of Lincoln was down by 39 percent, a key city staffer said at Tuesday night’s City Council meeting. That surpasses the state-mandated goal of a ...

Council approves changes to Sorrento project

A request to reduce the scope of a housing project from 116 to 39 homes was approved 4-1 Tuesday night by the Lincoln City Council. The approved request for Sorrento Village 10 in ...

Voices of Lincoln Poetry Contest deadline approaches in 10 days

     The 11th annual Voices of Lincoln Poetry Contest deadline to enter is 10 days away.   “Put on your thinking caps and let your imagination crea ...

Lincoln Chronicles

1 YEAR AGO July 17, 2014: City assumes ownership of Lincoln Blvd. - Lincoln’s main thoroughfare, known over the years as Highway 65, G Street and now Lincoln Boulevard, has ...

Morebeck replaces Bachman on NID board

Jim Bachman, who served on the Nevada Irrigation District (NID) Board representing District IV, resigned May 13 for health reasons. A rancher and retired construction manager, Bac ...

Farmers' Market update

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

Driver eludes Lincoln police

Lincoln police tried stopping a red Honda pickup truck the night of July 9 but the driver fled and, ultimately, ditched their vehicle near McBean Park. According to Lincoln Police ...

Chamber golf tournament rescheduled to October

The 17th annual Chamber Open for Business Golf Tournament set for July 20 at Turkey Creek Golf Course has been moved to October. The annual tournament, which usually takes place i ...

Thousands attend Lincoln Fourth of July parade

Lincoln’s annual Fourth of July Parade, sponsored by the Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce, fielded 61 entries Saturday and set the tone for a day-long celebration of America& ...

Lincoln's Fourth of July celebration successful, say organizers

Lincoln’s day-long Fourth of July celebration concluded with a bang Saturday and organizers of the event called it a success. Julia Jordan, the Lincoln Area Chamber of Comme ...