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Lincoln police arrest teen with sawed-off shotgun

Lincoln police responding to a report of gunfire near E and Seventh streets Thursday night arrived to find a 17-year-old Lincoln High School student outside with a loaded, sawed-of ...

Crime Stoppers hosts free catalytic converter etching

To help combat the growing numbers of catalytic converter thefts, Placer County law enforcement agencies, as well as Crime Stoppers, are offering free etching of catalytic converte ...

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 ...

‘Ask Me a Question’ a lesson in Lincoln history

Lincoln kids might be out of school, but the Lincoln Woman’s Club hopes they’ll still be up for a history project. The club requests that children bring hand-drawn family port ...

New principal named at Carlin C. Coppin

It’s official – the baton has been passed at Carlin C. Coppin Elementary School. Terri Dorow will take over as principal on July 28, occupying the position vacated by John Bli ...

Lincoln woman honored by California Institute of Jewelry Training

Jenna Brammer, 22, of Lincoln, will graduate from the California Institute of Jewelry Training with a diploma in advanced jewelry arts today. “Jenna has really proven herself t ...

Forest Lake graduate receives scholarship from WJU

Mia Sasaki, from Lincoln, was awarded the 2008 Ethan Palo Memorial Scholarship from William Jessup University. Sasaki, a graduate of Forest Lake Christian School in Auburn, recei ...

Education briefs

Lincoln High ‘I Love the ’80s’ reunion scheduled The Lincoln High School class of 1983 is hosting a multi-year reunion (its 25th) with the graduating classes of 1980-85 on S ...

Police log

Petty theft – A bike was reported stolen from the side of a house July 4 at the 1700 block of Meadow Lane. Vandalism over $400 and grand theft – Damage to an irrigation contro ...

Establish a savings plan to start off right

Dear Scott: My wife and I were recently married and we want to start off our marriage with good financial decisions. We figure we’ll have about $1,000 per month that we can do so ...