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City budget workshops start

The Lincoln City Council met with city staff, including new city manager Jim Estep, on Monday for the first in a series of 2008-09 budget workshops. This week’s seminar was a ge ...

Crime log

Petty theft – Items were reported stolen from an outside patio table April 24 at the 100 block of Fifth Street. Vandalism greater than $400 – Damage to a truck windshield, dri ...

Lincoln gathers more awards

The City of Lincoln was awarded the Wastewater Treatment Plant of the Year Award on April 16 at the Annual Awards Luncheon of the California Water Environment Association. The awar ...

Lincoln High School rodeo kids wrap up season

It was time to say goodbye for the outgoing seniors at the Lincoln High School Rodeo May 3-4, as they attended the last rodeo of the California High School Rodeo Association. Acco ...

Little Fish Co. brings fresh catch to Lincoln

Persimmon Café owner Joanne Neft knew she made a catch when she snagged the Little Fish Co. for her store last month. The foothills-based seafood purveyor is known for fish so fr ...

Senior Café

Senior Café, located at 472 E St., Lincoln, has released its menu for next week: Reservations must be made 24 hours in advance by calling Lee Olsen at 645-1419 or the Auburn offi ...

Caldwell named Teacher of Year

In conjunction with the California Association of Regional Occupational Centers and Programs, the Placer County Office of Education/49er Regional Occupational Program has named Jan ...

Digging it

Lincoln’s unusually cool spring is over and the county is starting to heat up – and that means gardens are finally starting to come into their own. And not a minute too soon, b ...

School board considers budget cuts

Trustees of the local school board were faced with the reality of trimming fat on an already lean budget when they were presented with a budget committee’s final recommendations ...

Tour de Lincoln rides again

If you’re tired of taking in Lincoln scenery from the gridlocked highway, Saturday will offer the chance to see a different side of town. All it takes is a little pedal power. L ...