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Thousands attend Lincoln Fourth of July parade

Lincoln’s annual Fourth of July Parade, sponsored by the Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce, fielded 61 entries Saturday and set the tone for a day-long celebration of America& ...

Lincoln's Fourth of July celebration successful, say organizers

Lincoln’s day-long Fourth of July celebration concluded with a bang Saturday and organizers of the event called it a success. Julia Jordan, the Lincoln Area Chamber of Comme ...

Find George Sylvia first on the softball field

Editor’s note: This is the fourth in a six-part weekly series of Lincoln Hills softball players and managers who love the game. The June 11 story was on Vern DeVincenzi; the ...

Special meeting on pipeline project turns contentious

A special Lincoln City Council meeting held Monday morning turned contentious over changes to an agreement between the city and Placer County. A resolution allowing Lincoln City M ...

Business briefs from Economic Development Committee

July’s meeting of the Lincoln Economic Development Committee included hellos, goodbyes and an introduction to some new faces. Shawn Tillman, the city of Lincoln’s econ ...

Wise Villa Winery earns high state honor

Wise Villa Winery was named 2015 Golden State Winery of the Year by the California State Fair on June 23. The 2015 Commercial Wine Competition consisted of more than 2,800 win ...

Lincoln City Council takes second look at Sorrento project

A proposal to change a housing project from 116 homes to 39 will be back before the Lincoln City Council this Tuesday night. Approval of Sorrento Village 10, a subdivision propose ...

Reserve your space for annual golf tournament

The 17th annual Chamber Open for Business Golf Tournament on July 20 is both a way to raise funds for the Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce and a way to connect with other business ...

Candidate filing begins for McKinney and Camp Far West water districts

McKinney Water District’s and Camp Far West Water District’s candidate filing begins Monday and closes on Aug. 7. If an incumbent fails to file by the deadline, candid ...

Creekside Oaks Elementary receives grant

Creekside Oaks Elementary School received a grant from bestselling author James Patterson to support its school library. In addition, Scholastic Reading Club will match each dollar ...

First Baptist Church welcomes new senior pastor

In the beginning of June, First Baptist Church of Lincoln unanimously voted to call Pastor Mike Sanchez to be senior pastor and he accepted the call. Since this past Sunday, Pasto ...

Lincoln High Hall of Fame: Spencer Short

Editor’s Note: The following is the third in a series of articles delineating the achievements of the latest inductees into the Lincoln High Hall of Fame. Hall of Fame member ...

Meet Ray Leftwich - Lincoln city engineer

Lincoln City Engineer Ray Leftwich takes his job seriously and to him, it’s personal. “My job has always been challenging and dynamic,” said Leftwich, a Lincoln ...

‘Bye Bye Birdie’ reminiscent of the 1960s and a young Elvis

If the plot to the 55-year-old “Bye Bye Birdie” musical sounds familiar, that could be because it mimics Elvis Presley’s early experiences as an emerging star. T ...