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Local veteran receives gift of new home

 On Sept. 11, Lincoln resident Cortney Morgan got a phone call that positively changed her life.  A caseworker with Operation Homefront, a national nonprofit program tha ...

County supervisors honor Lincoln resident with commemorative coin

The Placer County Board of Supervisors honored a Lincoln community volunteer and philanthropist on Dec. 9. Elizabeth M. Jansen received a commemorative coin created for a coun ...

Lincoln Chronciles for Dec. 18

1 YEAR AGO Dec. 19, 2013 – Historic landmark may sell, lease space – Proposal would divide Lincoln Brand Feeds into commercial condominiums – The Lincoln Pla ...

Toys for Tots deadline ends this Friday

Friday is the deadline to drop off unwrapped, new toys for the Toys for Tots drive. Donations are distributed to area children in need. Gifts are needed for tots to teenagers. S ...

Sunday deadline to reserve free Christmas Eve dinner for those in need

Sunday is the deadline to reserve a free dinner to be delivered by Kim’s Country Kitchen on Christmas Eve (Wednesday). Since opening Kim’s Country Kitchen in 2007 on 5 ...

Bethlehem is at Sheridan Friday through Sunday

Bear River Missionary Baptist Church presents an interactive Living Nativity free and open to the public Friday through Sunday. Church members have spent months re-creating the to ...

Residents should conduct their City Hall business before Dec. 25 or after Jan. 2

Lincoln City Hall will be closed for seven business days, starting Dec. 25 (Christmas Day) and reopening Jan. 5. City Hall will be open Wednesday (Christmas Eve) through the nor ...

For the third Christmas, the Alcala house sparkles for the community to see

What started as a few Christmas lights at Pete and Patricia Alcala’s Lincoln house has grown into one of the area’s most spectacular light shows when his seven grandchi ...

Holiday boutique’s first year a big success

Several hundred residents flocked to the Christmas Craft Boutique Saturday, hosted by the Downtown Lincoln Association, according to event organizers. “It was a great event. ...

Council says “no-go” to sign ordinance

Like a bad penny, Lincoln’s beleaguered city sign ordinance keeps returning to city workshops, commissions and council meetings—and leaving again unresolved. For nearl ...