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Family bands together to support arson suspect

The Lewis family has seemingly done everything together. The family of six built a custom dream home in the foothills. They worked the 20 acres of mandarin groves surrounding their ...

Council approves city gateway development

After about two years of work, the residential portion of the Lincoln Gateway Project was approved by the Lincoln City Council Tuesday night. Located beside Highway 65 just north o ...

Student film festival premiers

It wasn't exactly the Academy Awards in Lincoln on Saturday, but, perhaps some day, one of the participants in the local event will be treading the red carpet and accepting his or ...

Lincoln student receives national honor

Lincoln High School senior Elizabeth Troxell is the cream of the crop. Honored as one of 8,000 National Merit Scholarship finalists, Troxell performed better than 99.994 percent of ...

Street renamed in Chuck Wing's honor

William Mellerup had one wish when he spent $3,500 for the right to rename a street in Lincoln. "If this brings a smile to somebody's face when they are driving up the boulevard t ...

City offers spring break camps

With the spring break coming, many students will be out of school and in need of some positive activities to occupy their time. The city's Recreation Department is offering fun pro ...

Ultimate performance

William Shakespeare has inspired artists for centuries. His plays have been the spark that has ignited poems, paintings, stories, films and, of course, actors. Timeless in theme an ...

Friends' homes, Taco Bell teen hangouts

For Lincoln High School students, the most popular local hangouts are most often each other's homes. It's easy to think there isn't much to do in Lincoln after driving through town ...

Part I: Reasons it's great to be a Lutheran

I am the pastor of a Lutheran congregation in Lincoln, Grace Lutheran Church the church across from the Rainbow Market. Lutherans are a relatively small proportion of the populat ...

Honoring one of their own

Lincoln U.S. Post Office workers don't want Lincoln to forget Beverly Wilson. To commemorate a longtime Lincoln resident who was killed on the job just four weeks short of retireme ...

Predators stock senior citizens

Financial elder abuse can appear in different shapes and sizes. Even in a new "friend." Terri Verhagen works as the elder abuse advocate with the Victim Services Center in Auburn, ...

Bail denied for suspect in arson case

Suspected arsonist Ryan Lewis is facing a 40-year minimum mandatory sentence if convicted on arson charges and he won't be getting out on bail, despite pleas from his attorney Frid ...

Klein speech rekindles Sierra debate

Sierra College Trustee Aaron Klein drew both praise and criticism from area community leaders after defending his recent actions in a speech to the Auburn Chamber forum last week. ...

Coppin students celebrate reading

If students meet the challenge of reading 16,000 books, Principal John Bliss is prepared to do something he hasn't done in 38 years: shave his beard. "That shows how much I love th ...

Starbucks offers grants to nonprofits

Starbucks is encouraging Lincoln area nonprofit organizations to apply for grants by March 11. For the first time in five years, all counties in Northern California are eligible t ...