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Carlin C. Coppin Elementary School temporarily closed for black mold treatment

Carlin C. Coppin Elementary school was shut down Tuesday after workers discovered black mold in a pod building on the campus, according to Western Placer Unified School District of ...

The real nightmare - Part three of a three-part series

“Where’s Jane?” I wasn’t on the Sleeping Porch so I didn’t hear my parents ask the question. But I knew the answer. In fact, I knew right where I w ...

Saint Joseph’s Oktoberfest is Oct. 18 this year

Saint Joseph’s Knights of Columbus The Lincoln Knights of Columbus will celebrate the 22nd annual Oktoberfest on Saturday, Oct. 18. The annual event will be at McBean ...

Us versus them

A recent column in another outlet by a columnist I enjoy (I’ve got to stop reading stuff) spent 90 percent of his writing legitimately decrying the dangers urban ...

AARP Tax-aide seeks volunteers for 2015

This year, AARP (American Association of Retired Persons) Tax-Aide, the nation's largest free, volunteer-run tax assistance and preparation service is seeking volunteers for ta ...

Hiring resources for Lincoln businesses

Many of Lincoln’s businesses are small establishments owned by private individuals who directly manage day-to-day operations. Hiring a first employee and/or expanding th ...

Council demands new look at cleanup costs for old landfill

Lincoln City Council spent 90 minutes at Tuesday night’s council meeting sparring with city staff about what should be done to clean-up the old Virginiatown landfill. They di ...

Poetry flourishes in Lincoln

The annual Voices of Lincoln Poetry Contest is becoming more and more nationally-recognized each year. This year’s 10th annual Voices of Lincoln Poetry Contest attracted ...

My parents' nightmare: Part two

Editor’s note: To see all of Jane Tahti’s columns, check online at lincolnnewsmessenger.com. I was having a nightmare and the She Wolf of London was playing the part o ...

Learn about your roots

Have you been inspired by shows such as “Who Do You Think You Are?” and “Finding Your Roots” to start tracing your family tree?  Or maybe you&rsqu ...