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Hunt for woman intensifies

The search intensified Wed-nesday for a Sacramento woman missing since Oct. 6 with search and rescue crews combing the fields around the Thunder Valley Casino. Nearly 40 volunteers ...

League of Cities awards Lincoln

Lincoln city leaders were treated to an unexpected surprise last week. At the League of California Cities' annual meeting in San Francisco, Lincoln received acclaim for its wastewa ...

Teachers' grievance going to arbitration

Teachers in the Western Placer Unified School District are about to embark on contract negotiations with a dark cloud hanging overhead. Unable to come to agreement on an informal g ...

Rocklin officer was force's top producer

John and Marilyn Redding of Rocklin wish their nightmare would end with a customary early morning surprise wake-up visit accompanied by a kiss from their son, Rocklin Police Office ...

Redding earned medal for saving Rocklin man's life

Like many police officers, Matthew Redding's goal on the job was to save lives. While his everyday actions proved him to be an outstanding officer, one incident in 2003 made him a ...

Lincoln resident accused in death

The man believed to be driving the vehicle that struck and killed a Rocklin police officer apologized to the community in a local television newscast Monday. Lincoln's Eric Kenneth ...

Taking a byte out of crime

The Lincoln Police Department has a new partner to help in its crime-fighting efforts. A couple of months ago, the department began installing mobile dispatch terminals in patrol v ...

Council approves downtown corridor townhouses

Acknowledging the changing face of the downtown sector, the Lincoln City Council on Tuesday adopted an ordinance permitting townhouses, row houses and condominiums in multiple resi ...

Lincoln police score assist

The Lincoln Police Department has joined with other law enforcement agencies from around the world to help a young girl from the Netherlands with a school project. Celine Boei, 9, ...

Lincoln planning increased use of low-speed cars

Transportation options are continually evolving. As of late, it appears gasoline prices are increasing with no end in sight. Yet, something different is happening in Lincoln. Spend ...

Mayor's Cup Challenge tops $90,000

The sixth annual Mayor's Cup Challenge was held on Sept. 19 at Del Webb Lincoln Hills. The tournament began with an 8 a.m. shotgun start on both the Hills Course and Orchard course ...

Lincoln recreation students' work exhibited in Roseville

Two young Lincoln students won first-place awards for drawings shown at fourth annual Children's Open Art Show at the Roseville Public Library art gallery. Rachel Eason, 9, and Hal ...

Special place on the road

The way Song Church views it, she has some very special customers. "They come by every day, every week," said the owner of the Hwy 65 Diner on G Street in Lincoln. "They make me ha ...

Library Friends' book sale Saturday biggest one yet

It seems the Friends of the Lincoln Library's biannual book sale is getting more and more popular. "This is going to be the biggest book sale yet," said Terry Mesa, coordinator of ...

Accidental discovery

Editor's note: This the second in a series of unexpected information most of the Lincoln Area Archives members were not yet aware of when they began to delve into the wells of West ...