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Meet your new city manager

Lincoln has a lot of positives going for it. Even though the population has increased five-fold from 8,500 in 2000 to 45,000, the city still has a small-town atmosphere. For ...

Mark Fowler scholarship kick-off event seeks volunteers by Friday

Volunteers are needed for the Mark Fowler Community Scholarship Kick-off event on Feb. 21. The event will include a barbeque dinner, a live band, sack races and other activities, ...

Resident sues Lincoln for ADA violations

A disabled Lincoln resident, who has been threatening City Council to sue for almost two years, filed a lawsuit Friday against the city of Lincoln, alleging ADA violations at the M ...

Irish all the Way, Part Five: Closing the Celtic circle

Ireland. So lush and green. Small streams tumbling down the hillsides.  Wide rivers filled with salmon.  Craggy peaks sheltering great stags. Great slabs of stone ti ...

Warm, dry winter sees unseasonable mosquito activity

The Placer Mosquito and Vector Control District reports an increase in calls from Placer County residents, especially on the western border, where mosquito activity has increase ...

Dr. Martinson interviews dentist succeeding him

After 36 years as a dentist, the last nine in Lincoln, Dr. Kris Martinson retired from his dental practice at Sterling Pointe Family Dentistry. Dr. Feroz Nawabi is taking over ...

Disabled resident sues Lincoln for ADA violations

A disabled Lincoln resident filed a lawsuit against the city of Lincoln last Friday alleging ADA violations at the McBean Pavilion. Byron Chapman, a disabilities activist, filed a ...

Council puts “bite” in squirrel ordinance

How much trouble can a few fuzzy critters cause? The answer is “a lot,” according to Lincoln city staff. At Tuesday night’s regular City Council meeting, the fi ...

Leavell family fundraiser crowd fills the Pavilion

When Dave Reaume, owner of Cow Camp Grill and Seasoning Co., took the microphone last Saturday night at the Leavell family fundraiser, he looked out on a crowd of more than 550 tha ...

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 ...