Opinion

Bickford Ranch would be a drain on our water

This project is like a bad penny, only with much more serious consequences. It is an environmental and traffic nightmare waiting to happen.  But a larger issue now is who is ...

Lincoln Chronicles for Feb. 19

1 YEAR AGO Feb. 20, 2014 – City Council Brown Act violation alleged – Resident Bryon Chapman says he’s going to the D.A. – Resident Bryon Chapman is &ldquo ...

‘Kingsman: The Secret Service’ makes for a refreshing spy story

After the spy genre transitioned from the goofy Roger Moore era to the super serious modern aesthetics of the Jason Bourne films, it was only a matter of time before some silliness ...

Deflate-gate---where is the air?

Deflated?  elated?  or just in the middle? what are your thoughts on this mysterious riddle? perplexed or vexed or just on the fence? who did it?  who dunnit?&nbs ...

Community Christian Schools in Lincoln seeks help from community

   After 20 years in Lincoln, Community Christian Schools, located at 1545 First St., is fighting the worst fiscal crisis in its history.  Community Christian Scho ...

John Adams Academy model should be followed

I read about the John Adams Academy with great interest. They bought a 19-acre building site for $950,000 and they are to build a 10-acre campus to accommodate 1,300 students.  ...

Gladding - Wise - Garden Bar - Virginiatown Loop

Today, we are taking a ride in northeast rural Lincoln. After checking over your bike, make sure your cell phone is charged and have plenty of water. Put on your helmet and let&rsq ...

Support our firefighters

Great, our Placer County supervisors run a deceptive campaign (Measure B) to give themselves a 139-percent pay increase plus healthcare and retirement benefits, all the while our f ...

It’s a two-wheel love affair

Almost all my bike riding is with a group of five to 10 other riders. But because it had been several days since I rode (weather, grandkids), I recently took a solo ride, loosel ...

Irish all the way – part 7 "Treasures in the Potato Patch"

Ireland was the last stop for the Celts.   Pushed west, ever west, to the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, their culture rose up as if against a seawall instead of slipping ...