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Beat the boredom blues

With just weeks until school is out, the clock is ticking for parents looking to avoid that dreaded summer catchphrase: “I’m bored.” But the lazy days of summer aren’t qui ...

Teachers take to town to protest cuts

Lincoln teachers took to the streets on the California Teachers Association’s “Day of the Teacher” to protest a state budget expected to drastically cut funding for the local ...

Lincoln Relayers brave the heat

Despite temperatures approaching the 100-degree mark, Lincoln residents came out in force for the third annual Relay for Life Saturday. “I was impressed with the way people were ...

Solo crash injures man, sparks fire on McCourtney

A Lincoln man sustained major injuries early Monday morning in a solo car wreck that might have been caused by sleep deprivation, CHP reported. Zachariah Beebe, 20, was headed nor ...

Animal shooters sentenced to 5 years probation

Collin James Lovejoy and Timothy Randall Schulz will never be able to repay the victims of their October animal shooting spree, but a prison sentence wasn’t the immediate answer, ...

Blaze shuts down Highway 65

Abnormally hot, windy weather spurred a quick-spreading grass fire near Twelve Bridges in Lincoln on Thursday afternoon. The blaze began at approximately 3:30 p.m. on the south si ...

Community Briefs

Lincoln City Hall to close for Memorial Day City Hall will be closed Monday, May 26, in observance of Memorial Day. Placer Gold Wine Fest entries due by June 7 The Placer Coun ...

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 ...

Biz Expo ’08 boasts record vendor list

More than 80 vendors signed on for the Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce-sponsored Business Expo May 8 – more than triple last year’s count, said chamber CEO Bobbi Park. “I d ...

Lincoln Oral History Project needs you

The Lincoln Oral History Project, also known as Stories of Lincoln, is reaching out to members of our community, hoping that those who have “old-time” memories of Lincoln will ...