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Lincoln Crossing developer takes lead on Bickford

Bickford Ranch developer U.S. Home has taken on a high-profile partner to build its 1,890-unit residential project near Newcastle. SunCal Companies and U.S. Home subsidiary Lennar ...

Farrington Office Building nearing completion

It may be an office building zoned for business and professional use, but at least one of the suites in the Farrington Office Building will be rented out for a higher purpose. Grac ...

Woman's Club celebrates 94 years

Andrea Ayala was pleasantly surprised by the warm nature of the Woman's Club of Lincoln's 94th birthday tea on May 24. "We had no idea how it was going to be," said Ayala, one of t ...

Broken crossing arm causes trains to slowly pass Lincoln Monday

Traffic had to wait a bit longer Monday morning before crossing the Union Pacific railroad tracks at Seventh Street because one of the crossing arms broke when it came down on top ...

Council to decide budget at Tuesday meeting

More police and fire personnel are included in the city of Lincoln's proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2005-06. A public hearing on the proposed budget will be held at the regular L ...

Thermalands Community yard sale unites families

To some, Saturday's second annual Thermalands Comm-unity yard sale is an opportunity to find some good bargains. To others, it's a chance to help maintain the community center at t ...

Lincoln resident embarks on world tour

Lincoln's Philip Stewart is taking it easy, sort of, after an accelerated education program. Stewart, 26, left early June 1 for a 10-week tour of Southeast Asia, after which he wil ...

Feats of Clay logs more than 4,000 visitors

The 18th annual Feats of Clay is only a memory now. Volunteers are boxing unsold art to be returned to the artists who participated in the month-long celebration of all things cla ...

Superintendent congrats grads, worries over future

Tomorrow marks the end of another school year with the 96th senior class graduating from Lincoln High School. Graduations and promotional activities have already concluded at Phoe ...

Spirituality by example best way to lead children to God

Last week at our worship gathering I asked, "How many of you were raised in a church?" About 60 percent raised their hands. Then I asked, "How many of you who were raised in church ...

Tahti supported the arts for district

To many, Nels Tahti was a staunch supporter of the arts in the classroom. But to Earl Mentze, he was much more. "He and I often talked about the spirit realm," said Mentze, who ser ...

Not your average Joe

As Alex Joe has told many people lately, his emotions have run the gambit. Shortly after he learned he had been named Teacher of the Year by Wal-Mart, the special day class instruc ...

Sheridan will become K-5 school

Parents of Sheridan Elementary School students faced grim reality Thursday night at a special meeting called to talk about how best to serve the middle school-age children. "Eventu ...

City's general plan uses village model

According the Lincoln General Plan Update, the future city will utilize a village concept of growth leading to a self-sustaining city that retains a small town feel. Primo Santini, ...

Lincoln students honored for participation in computer art program

Thanks to a unique blend of business and senior citizens, eight students from Lincoln High School were treated Tuesday to a special party at McDonald's. The students were members o ...