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Reader’s theater to present free romantic comedy

The half-dozen seniors talking about life and love in Norah Prouhet’s living room last week sounded like long-married couples who finish one another’s sentences. &ldqu ...

New green waste collection schedule begins Monday

On Monday, the city of Lincoln begins a zoned green-waste collection program “to better accommodate our growing community,” according to a city press release this week. ...

Lincoln City Council hires new city manager

Lincoln City Council hired Matthew Brower as the city’s new city manager. Brower’s employment agreement was approved at Tuesday’s City Council meeting and his fi ...

Be a team player and designate a sober driver Super Bowl Sunday

The Super Bowl is one of the most celebrated sporting events in the world, according to the California Highway Patrol (CHP).   As one of the most anticipated sporting eve ...

‘Hijack the aging process’ Lee Belshin’s way

With New Year’s resolutions made less than a month ago, many residents are now carrying out the obligatory resolutions such as “eat better in 2015” and “exe ...

Placer Community Foundation honors donors for giving back in 2014

Placer Community Foundation recently honored almost 200 of its donors at the Blue Goose Fruit Shed in Loomis. Guests learned about the many ways their philanthropy impacted Placer ...

Give the Lincoln Sober Grad committee a helping hand

At first glance, $30,000 is a lot of money to spend for a party in Lincoln. For that price, it sounds like partygoers, in this case, Lincoln High School seniors, are going to be t ...

Lincoln Hills residents to elect four directors

Six candidates are running for four Sun City Lincoln Hills Community Association board seats. Lincoln Hills, located in the southeastern portion of Lincoln, has approximately 11,0 ...

Board to interview candidates for school bond oversight committee

The Western Placer Unified School District school board is looking for residents to form a committee that will oversee how the district spends $60 million on school facilities. We ...

Council and nonprofits iron out city sign problems

After two years of city meetings and community workshops, Lincoln’s long-discussed sign ordinance is set to return to City Council for approval Feb. 24, according to city of ...