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Creativity blooms at Gold Coast Daylilies greenhouse

It’s near-90 degrees and rising on a recent May morning, but inside Bonnie and Stan Holley’s daylily hybridizing lab it’s still – as always – a balmy tropical paradise. ...

New financial column to debut May 29

Who can Lincoln turn to for expert financial advice? Read Scott Hanson’s new Money Matters column in the Lincoln News Messenger every Thursday for straight talk about money and ...

Consider a diversified stock income plan

Seasoned investors know that there are generally two primary risks to your money: the long-term risk of inflation and the short-term risk of volatility. Inflation is the risk that ...

School board still plans cuts despite budget revision

School board still plans cuts despite budget revision On Tuesday, trustees of the Western Placer Unified School District reluctantly adopted a plan to trim the 2008-09 school ye ...

Students celebrate gardens

Money might not grow on trees, but at Twelve Bridges Elementary School, education does. Friday marked the end of the school’s first annual Plantapalooza Fest, a week-long event ...

Lincoln will draw on reserves to balance $1.3 million shortfall

The Lincoln City Council met with city staff May 15 for the third in a series of 2008-09 budget workshops. The workshops are intended to get feedback from the council before the ...

Beat the boredom blues

With just weeks until school is out, the clock is ticking for parents looking to avoid that dreaded summer catchphrase: “I’m bored.” But the lazy days of summer aren’t qui ...

Teachers take to town to protest cuts

Lincoln teachers took to the streets on the California Teachers Association’s “Day of the Teacher” to protest a state budget expected to drastically cut funding for the local ...

Lincoln Relayers brave the heat

Despite temperatures approaching the 100-degree mark, Lincoln residents came out in force for the third annual Relay for Life Saturday. “I was impressed with the way people were ...

Solo crash injures man, sparks fire on McCourtney

A Lincoln man sustained major injuries early Monday morning in a solo car wreck that might have been caused by sleep deprivation, CHP reported. Zachariah Beebe, 20, was headed nor ...