Opinion

The changing of the seasons

Lincoln High School officially put its fall sports programs to rest following the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division III cross-country meet held in Folsom Saturday. No sooner had tha ...

‘Dumb and Dumber To’ audience has moved on

Twenty years after introducing the world to the pea-brained duo of Harry and Lloyd, the Farrelly brothers are ready to check in with these characters once more to see what two deca ...

Gonzales family thanks community for help

Our beloved Mary T. Gonzales went to be with the Lord on Oct. 22.   She will be dearly missed by many, especially her family. On behalf of the Gonzales family, we would like ...

Ask affected residents what they think about medical-marijuana cultivation ban

Lincoln City Council members would show some compassion by undertaking a two-way conversation with the public about council’s Oct. 14 vote to ban medical marijuana cultiva ...

Airport, Angel Quilters, Nicolaus Road Loop

This ride starts at McBean Pavilion. Check your bike over, making sure your tires are properly inflated and be sure to carry water and a cell phone. Put on that helmet and let&r ...

Lincoln Chronciles for Nov. 20

1 YEAR AGO Nov. 21, 2013 – It’s back to the drawing board – City needs a new plan for clean-up by February – Lincoln city staff received a four-month r ...

One business leader’s perspective on downtown Lincoln

Ruth Alves has a unique perspective of whether Lincoln’s downtown seems busier, in terms of visitors and businesses. Currently the Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce&rsquo ...

Angela Ponivas reflects on her years at Lighthouse as she transitions to new job

Recently, I informed the Lighthouse Board of Directors that I am resigning as executive director of Lighthouse.  I have accepted a position with the state of California, worki ...

Local artist promotes new fair

As a local Lincoln artist, I would like to invite all of our Lincoln and other area residents and art lovers to come out Saturday, Nov. 15 for the first All American Arts and Craft ...

Welcome those who have served in the military

Editor’s note: Although the Auburn ceremony was held on Tuesday, we wanted to share the letter writer’s thoughts.   On Nov. 11, Tuesday, we will once again celeb ...