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City bike trails map available online

Within five years, Lincoln residents should be able to bicycle from the eastern city limits to the western city boundaries, without having to leave any marked bike trials. "It's my ...

Lincoln rice farmers express worries about bridge, road weight restrictions

Lincoln area rice farmers have raised some concerns about proposed weight restrictions on area bridges and roads. Bridge weight limits and roadway weight limits in western Placer ...

'Sugar Babies'

A group of Lincoln senior citizens who are following their Broadway dreams will be helping make dreams come true for Lincoln High School drama students this month by holding two pe ...

Voices of Lincoln sing out in library courtyard

The Voices of Lincoln poetry competition culminated in a public reading of the wining entries Sunday afternoon. The vocal duo, Sierra Sidekicks, played and sang before and during ...

Doctor's office transplant

Joe Hobbs has a hard time reigning in his enthusiasm. The physician assistant purchased a share of the Lincoln Family Practice medical office in August along with his wife, Trina, ...

Physician assistants like medical assistants

Physician assistants basically can do what medical doctors can do. "Think of us as a medical assistant," said Lincoln physician assistant Joe Hobbs. "We're really not much differen ...

Last few hundred Sun City home sites go on market

Del Webb's Sun City Lincoln Hills community is nearing build-out. The last several hundred home sites opened up on the market Oct. 3, said Judy Bennett, director of public affairs ...

Celebrating a century

About living more than a century, Lincoln resident Mary Rodgers simply takes it in stride. "I just feel normal," she said. "Same things every day, we're here, and I just really don ...

Lincoln Manor plays host to harvest festival Saturday

In an effort to bridge the gap between itself and the rest of the community, Lincoln Manor Care Center will stage a harvest festival on Saturday. The family event is from 9 a.m. to ...

News Messenger preparing for move

The Lincoln News Messenger's planned move to a new building is proceeding, as scheduled. "We're moving forth," General Manager Jean Lund said Tuesday afternoon, as she stood in her ...

Parents meet resistance in efforts for district-wide partnership

Norma Williams is having a hard time expressing herself to the Western Placer Unified School District and parents of school-age children in Lincoln. "It seems like I'm making peopl ...

Resident outlines forming partnership

On Sept. 20, my husband Tony and I addressed the Western Placer Unified School District board meeting during its open time for the public to speak. One recommendation was that the ...

Chasing a scholarship of merit

The way his family views it, Will Zumalt's back ailment might be a blessing. "I don't know how he finds the time to do everything," said Zumalt's father, Roger. "He's always busy d ...

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 ...