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'Sully' served as liaison for space mission, Congress

Chris Andressen - Class of 1937 At Lincoln Union High School, Chris Andressen's initiative and ability were already evident, as he was elected student body president and he was als ...

Lincoln 'Grand Homecoming' set

Lincoln's biennial "Grand Homecoming Celebration" will be held from 5-10 p.m. Aug. 27 in the McBean Park Pavilion. Reservation forms are available at the Native Sons of the Golden ...

LHS Classes of 1950, 1975 set reunions

The Lincoln High School classes of 1950 and 1975 have announced that their graduates will gather at special tables during the Lincoln Area Grand Homecoming at McBean Park Pavilion ...

Lincoln brothers get a taste of dairy life in Australia

Although they weren't raised on dairy farms, two Lincoln brothers got the opportunity to experience firsthand a dairyman's life Down Under. Sean and Nick Mitchell, members of the M ...

LHS graduate eyes own metal fabrication business

Stetson Whitney knows most of the mechanical aptitudes needed to open his own metal fabrication business. Now the Sheridan resident wants to know more about the business aspect of ...

Sunday school important to keep kids on right track

It seems odd to talk about school while it's still summertime. Every responsible parent is concerned about the education of his or her children. It is important that our children a ...

Reverse mortgages can be an important part of life

If you haven't already figured it out, reverse mortgages are one of the most important parts of my life. They go way beyond just making money; they fill a part of me that has been ...

The Eager Reader

Adults should be forewarned about spelling out words they don't want 5-year-old Jimmy Thompson of Lincoln to understand. That's because Jimmy, 5, already can read and spell. "I'm t ...

West Nile virus strikes county resident

County health officials announced Tuesday a woman has tested positive for West Nile virus, making it the first documented human case in Placer County this year. County officials, ...

Neighbors, police step out against criminals

Lincoln will join more than 10,000 communities nationwide to mark the 22nd annual National Night Out from 7-10 p.m. Tuesday. "It's a really neat program," said Lincoln Police Lt. B ...

Yohe offers new plan to train teenage drivers

Roger Yohe's plan to offer driver's training in the Western Placer Unified School District has hit another roadblock. "I received information back from my attorney," said the super ...

Lincoln Village center to feature fountains, patios

Editor's note: This ongoing series will focus on the many construction projects occurring in Lincoln. If there's some dirt moving that you're interested in learning about, send con ...

Council approves funds for affordable housing

People looking for affordable housing in Lincoln may find their search just got a little easier. The City Council Tuesday night unanimously approved allocating up to $900,000 for n ...

Lincoln's 2006 bid for All-America City award on hold

Should they or shouldn't they? Members of the group that flew to Atlanta last month to vie for Lincoln's All-America City status are undecided about whether they should try again i ...

City's fiscal 2005-06 budget adopted

The total city budget for fiscal year 2005-06, including operations, capital improvement projects and debt service, is $122,020,898. Of this amount, $41,812,568 is budgeted for ope ...