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Sober Grad sells fresh tamales to support LHS 2015 graduates

Just in time for Super Bowl Sunday on Feb. 1, parents and supporters of Lincoln High School seniors are hosting a tamale fundraiser. Proceeds will go to Sober Grad Night for the Cl ...

Tillman says residents can help shape city’s future

Currently a Chico resident, Shawn Tillman, Lincoln’s new economic development manager, joined the city of Lincoln’s staff in August. Among his past jobs was as a ...

First Street students learn to play ukulele

Judging from the melodic  island sounds of ukuleles coming from a First Street School classroom last month, a passerby might guess that an experienced band was performing. Bu ...

Shelley Hoover, an amazing resident Part one

“Row your boat, gently down the stream …” Local resident and former principal of Glen Edwards Middle School, our own Shelly Hoover, recently spoke to the Lincol ...

Placer Nevada Cattlewomen honor Shirley Jauregui, install new board

The Placer Nevada Cattlewomen recently celebrated Christmas at the Apple Alley Café in Grass Valley. The celebration honored longtime member, Shirley Jauregui, who was rece ...

Opportunity of a lifetime: Zebra earns scholarship to M.I.T.

            As 2014 ended and the due dates for college applications have passed, many seniors await responses from their colleges of choice. Pascual ...

Former Lincoln mayor Ron Barringer dies

Ronald (Ron) Guy Barringer, real estate broker, Little League coach, church deacon, Lincoln mayor and councilman, rock ‘n’ roll musician, sportsman and self-styled &ldq ...

Big 5 Sporting Goods opens in Lincoln

Big 5 Sporting Goods opened in Lincoln Dec. 11 and “it was just a natural procession” for the chain to open in Lincoln. That’s according to Rick Gridley, the Big ...

Interim City clerk Pat Avila reviews 14 years on the job

After eight years as Lincoln’s city clerk, Pat Avila retired on Nov. 14. However, she will serve as interim city clerk until that position is filled. The Lincoln News Mess ...