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Hundreds of Western States 100-Mile Endurance Run fans watch Rob Krar win title

Hundreds of spectators packed Placer High’s LeFebvre Stadium Saturday night, rooting on and high-fiving ultrarunners as they were approaching the finish line of the Western S ...

UPDATE: Police arrest 4th suspect in train-hopper slaying

UPDATE: A fourth suspect was arrested Sunday in connection with the murder of John Alpert, a 19-year-old who was allegedly killed in March 2013 by train hoppers in Roseville. The n ...

Western States 100: Auburn calling for English man

Some people say he is mad. Regardless, Tim Lambert of Bath, England is flying across the pond for the Western States 100-Mile Endurance Run — even though he’s not actu ...

Economic development opportunities expected by opening of Lincoln Bypass second phase

Phase 2A of the Highway 65 Lincoln Bypass was celebrated Friday when the Placer County Transportation Planning Agency hosted a ribbon-cutting celebration at the intersection of Wes ...

City Council votes 3-2 to adopt Capital Improvement Plan for fiscal years 2014-2019

 In a split vote Tuesday, Lincoln City Council approved Resolution No. 2014-122 that adopts the city’s annual Capital Improvement Plan for the 2014-2019 fiscal years. T ...

Tom Jones one of downtown Lincoln’s ambassadors

As is true of most Lincoln community events, Tom Jones will not only attend the 4th of July festivities in downtown Lincoln but will volunteer all day. He will help run the annual ...

Native Sons of the Golden West Lincoln Parlor involved in 4th of July activities

The nonprofit Native Sons of the Golden West, founded in 1875, is dedicated to the preservation of California history. The towns within the Native Sons broke into different parlor ...

Farmers’ Market on Thursdays is fun

The Historic Downtown Lincoln Certified Farmers’ Market last Thursday night was buzzing with excitement.  Families strolled down the street, enjoying the local produce ...

Grand Jury issues pointed report on Costco site, seniors

The Placer County Grand Jury is recommending that supervisors tap a $1.3 million enterprise fund to help Seniors First move from the DeWitt Center, which it’s being ousted fr ...

Western States 100 women’s preview: Pam Smith ready to defend her throne

Pam Smith is looking forward to defending her Cougar Trophy Saturday. The 39-year-old pathologist from Salem, Ore., was the top women’s finisher in last year’s Western ...

Placer County Sheriff’s Office arrests three residents for counterfeit money

Three Placer County residents, including one from Lincoln, were arrested June 19 by Placer County sheriff’s detectives for possessing and passing counterfeit money in Placer ...

$10,000 more needed in donations for 4th of July

This year’s 4th of July will be an all-day party brought to Lincoln residents by other Lincoln residents volunteering to make sure the country’s nation is celebrated in ...

County not immune to whooping cough

The California Department of Public Health has declared a statewide epidemic of pertussis, commonly known as “whooping cough,” and a public report shows that Placer Cou ...

Candidate workshops designed to help residents run in November election

More than 150 seats on City Councils, school boards, parks, fire, water, and utility districts in Placer County are on the Nov. 4, 2014 General Election ballot and 10 are for Linco ...

Dave Flood volunteers downtown

Dave Flood has belonged to the nonprofit Downtown Lincoln Association for 2 1/2 years. He is the events co-chairman. This is his second year on the 4th of July committee and his fi ...