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Mor Taiko drummers featured Sunday in Beermann Plaza

As part of its free summer concert series, Lincoln Arts is sponsoring an evening with the Mor Taiko Japanese drummers from 7-9 p.m. Sunday in Beermann Plaza. Last summer, during i ...

Feats XVIII volunteers lauded at dinner

A reunion of sorts was held recently at Lincoln Veteran's Hall. About 29 people, only a fraction of those who worked as volunteers on the recent Feats of Clay XVIII art exhibition ...

Make family time in the Good Ol' Summertime

We had a great Fourth of July Celebration here in Lincoln. The parade gets better and better each year, and the fun in the park afterwards was outstanding. What I liked best was s ...

True heroes give themselves to a cause

Every year the news service lists the 10 most admired men and women in America. On these lists, we can properly assume, are those to whom most Americans respect, admire, perhaps ev ...

Fourth full of Fun

Lincoln's expanded Fourth of July celebration proved to be a big hit Monday. "It's great," said Lincoln's Cherie Borgerson, who brought four children ranging in age from 3 months t ...

CC&Rs are A-OK

Editor's note: Many new area housing developments include Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions. This is the second of a three-part series exploring CC&Rs. This week looks at perc ...

City trails connect schools, parks

Paved trails snake through Lincoln's newer developments, inviting joggers, walkers and bicyclists to get out and enjoy the fresh air. Also in downtown Lincoln, bike lanes offer a s ...

Foskett Ranch taking shape

With Lincoln's newest elementary school visible to the east, Standard Pacific Homes' subdivision in the Foskett Ranch development is starting to take shape. "We're just building ou ...

Lincoln summers to stay as sweet

Rumors of the Lincoln Strawberries stand's death have been greatly exaggerated. After four years of offering fresh strawberries, owners of the Lincoln Strawberries stand on McCour ...

LPD works with businesses to help deter criminals

Lincoln police can only do so much in helping deter criminals. They need help from the residents and merchants of the city. That's why officers J.P. Shaw and Chris Randall have bee ...

Fire damages Sierra Pacific mill

Damage was kept to a minimum June 30 when a fire broke out at Sierra Pacific Industries, just north of downtown Lincoln. The fire, which was first reported at 3:20 p.m., started in ...

Lincoln resident's book details life

In his autobiography, "Down from Arcturus," engineer Harry Cornwall manages to include his personal life and professional history in addition to moral beliefs and adamant opinions ...

Varied show opens at Lincoln Arts

July begins with a bang - and not just with the fireworks that are sure to abound on the Fourth. Lincoln Arts has assembled another show featuring two and three-dimensional art by ...

Help your teen stash some summer cash

In the summer months, many teens, with dollar signs in their eyes, are planning to join the ranks of the employed. In 2003, 60.9 percent of individuals age 16 to 24 got summer jobs ...

Learning the STARs of summer

Tucked away in a corner of the Twelve Bridges Elementary School campus in Lincoln is a special summer camp program for youngsters. The Science, Theater, Arts and Recreation Educati ...