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Lincoln woman wins big on “Wheel of Fortune”

When “Wheel of Fortune” is on: 7:30 weeknights on KXTV-TV     Lincoln woman wins big on “Wheel of Fortune”   Kelly Hackney ...

Carlin C. Coppin student ranks among top competitors in county spelling bee

March 12 was a big day for Carlin C. Coppin fourth-grader Tyler Baser. Not only did Tyler get out of classes for the day but he ranked among the top 75 out of 41,000 students comp ...

Lincoln City Council meetings move April 14 to City Hall

After years at the McBean Park Pavilion, Lincoln City Council meetings held the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month will move to City Hall on April 14. During the presentation ...

“Easter Parade in Concert” and audience Easter egg hunt Wednesday at Lincoln Hills

On Wednesday, Lincoln Hills presents the family-oriented “Easter Parade in Concert,” a cabaret tribute to songs from the classic holiday film that starred Judy Gar ...

City Council frustrated by stalled capital projects

Lincoln City manager Matt Brower vowed Tuesday night to put a "full-court press" on two projects which, if delayed, could cost the city nearly $1 million. Both Well ...

County fine-tunes drought strategy

With the state expanding emergency water-saving regulations during the fourth year of a prolonged drought in California, Placer County Water Agency is amending its own plan. W ...

Two local organizations earn awards

Kim Strong and her restaurant, Kim’s Country Kitchen; and the Lincoln High School’s agricultural department received awards March 18 at the 24th annual Placer County ...

Ask questions at Friday’s ‘Coffee with the Mayor’

Lincoln Mayor Paul Joiner will meet at 10 a.m. Friday with Lincoln Hills residents at a monthly coffee get-together. But it’s not just for Lincoln Hills residents; Friday&r ...

Community development department changes hours

The city of Lincoln’s community development department has a slight change in office hours, beginning April 3. The new hours will be 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Thursd ...

City Council

Lincoln City Manager Matt Brower vowed Tuesday night to put a “full-court press” on two projects which, if delayed, could cost the city nearly $1 million. Both Wel ...