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Students check out career choices at LHS fair

Lincoln High School’s gym became a buffet of job options for knowledge-hungry students at a Monday career fair. Representatives from local colleges joined employers ranging from ...

Coolsville teaches real-life lessons

Students in Carlin C. Coppin Elementary School teacher’s Eileen Binning’s fourth- and fifth-grade class have taken over the town. Dubbed Coolsville by its citizens, the studen ...

Sober Grad Night saves lives

To make sure seniors from Lincoln High School have a safe and fun environment to celebrate their graduation, their parents are working overtime to create Sober Grad Night, schedule ...

Team Coon Creek starts season with a bang

Team Coon Creek’s Scholastic Clay Target Program for grades K-12 has begun. There are three local teams within the region. Woodcreek High School, Del Oro High School and Team C ...

LHS student hit on way to school

A teenage girl riding her bike to school was hit by a car Monday morning and taken to the hospital. The bicyclist was a 15-year-old female Lincoln High School student who was ridin ...

City prevails in wrongful termination suit

After six days of testimony, a jury took less than six hours to find for the defense in a wrongful termination suit against the city of Lincoln. Kathy Kirsan, a former building in ...

A passion for the outdoors

He lives in Lincoln, but California Conservation Corps director David Muraki’s influence is visible statewide. Under the leadership of Muraki, the corps has improved land from Y ...

Free community forum to focus on gang awareness

Following a recent uptick in gang-related violence, Lincoln police have scheduled a town forum on gang awareness for Wednesday. The free event, hosted by police, the school and th ...

City moves temporary dog park

Lincoln’s temporary dog park has been relocated from Third Street and Santa Clara Way to the new Foskett Regional Park. Starting May 2, dogs and their owners will be able to pla ...