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Lincoln nearly ready for 4th of July celebration

Lincoln’s day-long 4th of July celebration is quickly coming together, including funding for the fireworks show and events at McBean Park. Dave Flood, the Lincoln 4th of Jul ...

Councilman angered by consultants on two projects

Almost $3 million in spending was approved June 9 by the Lincoln City Council, although one councilman was absent, one voted yes under protest and another was adamantly against the ...

Historic building to house Beermanns

Lincoln’s historic IOOF building, located at 645 Fifth St., will soon open its doors again to the hungry and thirsty. And it will open under the name Beermanns. Gerald &ldqu ...

Lincoln City Council passes $82.2 million budget on time

An $82.2 million “status quo” budget was unanimously passed Tuesday night by the Lincoln City Council with little debate and no special requests granted. Although the ...

Construction for portables begins at two local schools

Construction equipment began “pushing dirt” Monday to prepare sites for portable classrooms being installed at two district school sites, according to Mike Adell, direc ...

Lincoln Hills bicyclists seek safer roads

Road conditions, not cars, are the biggest threat to local bicycle riders, according to a Lincoln Hills cyclist. Tom Frady, the Lincoln Hills Cyclists safety coordinator, recently ...

History made with Placer County Torah dedication

Sounds of joy emanated Sunday from the Chabad House in Granite Bay for the dedication of the first community Torah of Placer County. More than 100 people filled the Chabad House i ...

Regional economic development planner visits Lincoln

Lincoln’s economic development committee was visited June 10 by the leader of a larger, and similar, group, the Greater Sacramento Area Economic Council. The council was cre ...

Visit ends for Rotary foreign exchange student

Beatrice Galletto, a Rotary Club foreign exchange student, is returning to her hometown of Turin, Italy near the Swiss Alps this month after almost a year in Lincoln. Galletto tur ...

Hundreds join in the summer Farmers’ Market

Downtown Lincoln’s summer signature event, the Farmers’ Market and Summer Nights, attracts hundreds of visitors who want to buy fresh produce; meet friends; hear area b ...

Legendary George Thorogood performs Friday in Lincoln

George Thorogood is just as popular today as he was in the mid-1970s when he toured nonstop throughout the year. His songs, such as “Move It On Over, “Who Do You Love ...

‘Beach Boys’ sound graces Lincoln Hills Friday

The Beach Boys might be the No. 1 band that evokes some of California’s most highly desirable characteristics. Such as sunny beaches, great surfing and great summer dates. ...

District says goodbye to Ryan Davis

Along with buttoning up business before the summer break, the school board paid tribute to a well-liked employee who has accepted a post at Sierra College. Ryan Davis, who has ser ...

Youth center receives $10K

Thanks to $10,000 in donations from two Lincoln civic clubs, a new youth center will open its doors in late August. Last month, the Rotary Club of Lincoln and the Kiwanis Club ...

Rod Violette at home in Lincoln - on the softball field and elsewhere

Editor’s note: This is the second in a six-part weekly series of Lincoln Hills softball players and managers who love the game. The June 11 story was on Vern DeVincenzi. ...