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Photos of Lincoln service personnel will be displayed by Maidu Financial

Beginning in July and continuing until Sept. 11, Maidu Financial will display the photos of servicemen and women who are serving our country in their bay front windows. “We had ...

Residents invited to join National Night Out

The Lincoln Police Depart-ment invites all residents of the city of Lincoln to participate in the annual National Night Out scheduled for Tuesday, Aug. 5. Been meaning to meet you ...

Senior Café hosts July 4 celebration The Senior Café will have a Fourth of July Party on Thursday, July 3 at the Senior Site, 472 E St. in the old Civic Center Building. There will be music provided by the Gene Thorpe Band starting at 11 a.m. There wi

The Senior Café will have a Fourth of July Party on Thursday, July 3 at the Senior Site, 472 E St. in the old Civic Center Building. There will be music provided by the Gene Thor ...

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 ...

City Council, school district trustees meet over joint-use issues

For the second time this year, Lincoln City Council members met with Western Placer Unified School District trustees to go over the details of several shared projects. As at the e ...

Lincoln middle school students playin’ the net

Whistles blowing, shouts of communication, shuffling feet, and chatter all make up the blend of noise that echoes through the gym at Creekside Oaks Elementary School and on Sunday ...

Police Log

Grand theft – Guns and credit information were reported stolen April 27 at the 1900 block of Winding Way. David Vogel, 46, of Lincoln was cited and released June 15 at the ...

School district files suit against TBMS architect, builder

Western Placer Unified School District – long dogged by allegations that it has mismanaged its recent building projects — has filed a lawsuit against the architect and builder ...

Playing cops ... and robbers

It’s a routine traffic stop on a hot, sunny Saturday morning. But a moment of inattention is about to cost a life. The police officer making the stop doesn’t see the handgun o ...

Lincoln nonprofits hope for recession-proof Fourth

Their seasons don’t begin until the fall, but that’s not stopping Lincoln’s various football teams from seeing plenty of action this summer. But instead of athletes making pl ...