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Lincoln Web site forum for debate

Dave McCreary believes the people of Lincoln must consider two vital questions in the days to come: First, Where are we going? Second, How are we getting there? McCreary launched t ...

Garcia skipped work after disappearance

It was revealed during testimony Wednesday that murder defendant Mario Garcia skipped work the days following Christie Wilson's disappearance and wro-te an ominous e-mail to his su ...

Farm, Barn Tour a huge success

Visitors took in the blue skies at Sunday's Placer Farm and Barn Tour and had the chance to experience everything from winetasting and sampling local food products to viewing sheep ...

Striving for Stanford

Danielle Sandino knows what she wants out of life and she's not about to compromise. In fact she's downright stubborn about realizing her dream of becoming a pediatric oncologist, ...

Shopping center gets 'low' to minimize impact

Ground broke last week on the 21-acre parcel future site of Lowe's Shopping Center on the corner of Highway 65 and East Lincoln Parkway. Motorists passing the massive development m ...

Ferrari Ranch sewer pipeline project still on schedule

John Pedri, the city of Lincoln's public works director, reports that construction of the 3.5 sewer pipeline running from Sierra College Boulevard to the intersection of Ferrari Ra ...

Know Thy Neighbor

Name: Michael Barringer Age: 35 Family: Wife, Lisa, and 19-year-old son, Josh; 11-year-old son, Ben; and 9-year-old son, Michael. Occupation: Real-estate agent City of residence: L ...

Civil suit also on Garcia trial agenda

While Mario F. Garcia is standing trial for the murder of Christie Wilson he is also battling her family in a civil case. Garcia, 54, of Auburn, remains behind bars and is standing ...

Soroptomists gather in Lincoln

Members of Soroptimist International of Lincoln show the goodie bags that will be given to the attendees of the District VII Fall Conference hosted by the Lincoln Club. Approximate ...

Lincoln Lions Club annual crab feed dinner

The Lincoln Lions Club will host its annual crab feed dinner beginning at 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4, at the McBean Park pavilion. The menu consists of cracked crab, prawns, clam chow ...