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Summer offers new opportunities for outdoor fun

Plan to get out this summer and enjoy the weather. This summer provides a chance to explore Lincoln and try new things. Explore one of Lincoln's parks. With many parks and growing ...

Western Placer Amateur Radio Club to discuss geocaching

Exciting guest speakers continue to be featured at the Western Placer Amateur Radio Club monthly meetings. Highlighting the April 17 meeting will be Bob McClard, N6BOB, giving an i ...

Placer Valley Tourism lands AAU basketball tournament

Roseville, Rocklin and Lincoln will host the 2008 AAU Basketball West Coast National Championships July 16-20. The competition is comprised of age-group competitions ranging from 9 ...

Lincoln to begin expanded recreation, respite program

Sutter Auburn Faith Hospital, Sutter Roseville Medical Center and the city of Lincoln Recreation have expanded their Recreation and Respite program in Lincoln. The Recreation and ...

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. Suggested dona ...

Lincoln High band marches to protest funding cuts

Lincoln High School's drum line made its debut on the State Capitol steps Friday afternoon, though it wasn't by invitation. Their thundering beat echoed across the Capitol Mall in ...

Economic downturn slows retail development in town

The ongoing economic slump has put a hold on several of Lincoln's new retail developments along Highway 65, including Opus West's Ferrari Pavilion, where a much-anticipated movie t ...

Play ball!

It was cold Saturday morning, but that didn't chill the enthusiasm of the kids on the more than 60 floats celebrating Opening Day of Little League “ and the grand opening of Linc ...

Lincoln Arts cuts cost of Feats gala

Hoping to sell more tickets amid a lackluster economy, Lincoln Arts has cut the cost of attending its Feats of Clay grand opening gala. Tickets for the Feats of Clay XXI fundraise ...

A meeting years – and miles – in the making

Their friendship has outlasted half a century, but until last week, Marilyn Meyerpeter and Margaret Mell had never actually met. Pen pals since they were paired up in sixth grade, ...