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Volunteers from Sierra Bears come to the rescue of children

Several times a year, the Assistance League of Greater Placer group of volunteers gets together to sew gowns for Sierra Bears, which are delivered to hospital emergency rooms in Pl ...

Housing workshop discusses Lincoln's General Plan update

The city hosted a workshop for the public Tuesday, intended to explain the housing element of the city's general plan and provide information on Lincoln's existing housing policies ...

Police log

Eleuterio Mauricio Villalba, 29, was arrested Dec. 22 by Lincoln police on suspicion of driving while under the influence of alcohol and driving while license suspended. Bail was s ...

Electric avenue

Gene Parkinson said life moves plenty fast enough while he hums around his Lincoln neighborhood at no faster than 20 mph. He said he prefers his silent electric two-seater instead ...

Who's Who in Lincoln

Name: "Miss Betty" Mylrea Age: 66 Residence: Lincoln Occupation: Bus driver and food service worker for Western Placer Unified School District Family: Husband, Tim, and son, Timoth ...

All Star Cheerleader

Nicole Hart, a sophomore at Lincoln High School, recently returned from a New Year's Parade in London, England, where she represented Lincoln as an All Star Cheerleader.

New charter high school searching for a home

The Rocklin Unified School District trustees will make a decision next week on approving a new charter school that would house students in grades 7 through 12. The Western Sierra C ...

Sierra College planning reunion of classes from 1932-1955

At 1 p.m. Jan. 27, graduates of Placer Junior College (it was renamed Sierra in 1954) will gather to celebrate the golden era of the college at the Rocklin Campus Student Center at ...

Haitian priest to speak at St. James

The Rev. Walin De Camps from Haiti will be visiting Lincoln this week. He will be preaching on Sunday at St. James Episcopal Church at 479 L St., at the 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. services ...

Male crisis: American men in trouble

Dear Readers: Each New Year, I do a column on what I consider the most crucial issue of our time. This year that issue is what I call the "Male Crisis." Males are in trouble. Of al ...