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Little School House hosts Christmas bazaar Saturday

Cuddly stuffed snowmen, holiday crafts, homemade treats and free coffee are among several reasons to visit the Little School House Christmas Bazaar. Located at 801 East St. in Lin ...

‘Noises Off’ presented six times by Lincoln High drama students

A touch of Broadway will be felt in the Lincoln High School’s drama department’s current production of “Noises Off.” That’s because students are bein ...

District moves forward with plan for school bond funds

A crowd of about 80 crowded into Lincoln High School’s library Tuesday night to listen to Western Placer Unified School District officials and school board members discuss th ...

Decked out for the holidays - Loomis Basin Education Foundation Holiday Home Tour

When Jonelle and Richard Tannahill moved into their Loomis residence, it marked a new beginning in more ways than one. They were also celebrating their wedding day. “It was ...

Taco Bell is coming to town!

After more than six years, Taco Bell is finally returning to Lincoln, according to a city official. The Tex-Mex fast-food restaurant will open in the Sterling Pointe Shopping Cent ...

Lincoln City Council incumbents retained their council seats in the recent council race.

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‘Miracle on 5th Street’ takes over downtown Lincoln Dec. 6

Monday is a deadline that many holiday fans won’t want to miss. That’s the deadline to submit entry forms for entering the Dec. 6 annual Christmas parade in downto ...

As residents take time off during the holidays, Lincoln City Hall also takes a few days off

Just as it’s traditional for residents to take days off for the Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year holidays, Lincoln City Hall also takes some days off. For the last f ...

Lincoln Hills Chorus serves up holiday cheer

The Lincoln Hills Community Chorus celebrates its 15th anniversary this December with “Winter Fantasy,” a holiday concert featuring old-fashioned classics and new seaso ...

Kiwanis sells “See’s for Soldiers”

Thanks to the generosity of Lincoln residents, U.S. soldiers may receive up to 2,000 pounds of See’s chocolates in time for the holidays, according to Lincoln Kiwanis Club or ...