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Trip of a lifetime changes the Pearls

Zero-point-zero-zero-zero-zero-six percent...or 0.0006 percent. That's the percentage of travelers to Antarctica as a percent of the world's total population. What that ...

Lincoln Calendar for week of March 12 - 18

Thursday, March 12 The Tower Art Collection shows from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays; from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays; or by app ...

GoatHouse Brewing Company owner speaks to Rotarians

Cathy and Michael Johnson left the Bay Area several years ago to buy farm land in Lincoln and open the first “farm to glass” brewery in Lincoln. Their GoatHouse Brewin ...

Postal officials advise residents about how to avoid mail theft

Lincoln residents may have to change the way they use mailboxes, said two postal officials at a Feb. 26 community meeting. More than 160 Lincoln Hills residents attended a meeting ...

Try Bingo and help area nonprofit organizations

The nonprofit Lincoln Community Foundation is having its annual “AS LUCK WOULD HAVE IT” fundraiser March 13. The Lincoln Community Foundation has funded grants to ...

Lincoln Chronicles for the week of March 5

Lincoln Chronicles   1 YEAR AGO March 6, 2014 – New downtown housing seeks approval – Lincoln may soon get a new housing development that&rs ...

New Lincoln City Manager Matt Brower to add senior staff

Before moving last month from Ocala, Fla. to become Lincoln's new city manager, Matt Brower said that economic development would be one of his top ...

School board extends reservation for future school site

In a unanimous vote, the Western Placer Unified School District School board agreed Tuesday night to extend the right to purchase a land sit ...

Ron Barringer barbecue benefit to feature three live bands March 14

A barbecue dinner and dance music provided by three bands will kick off the Ron Barringer Barbecue Benefit, a fundraiser to help the Barringer family. Barringer, who died last New ...

A courage that endures Holocaust survivor turned spy against Nazis wows Rocklin

During one of the most frightening moments in modern history, a young Jewish woman in France witnessed both the very worst and very best of human actions, finding in herself the fo ...

LHS student wins first place in Lincoln Host Lions speech contest

Lincoln High School sophomores Rosalia Gomez, left, Lara Ocumen and Phiroze Engineer participated in the Lincoln Host Lions speech contest Feb 18 at Lincoln City Hall. Ocumen won f ...

Lincoln Hills board members elected

The four candidates winning Sun City Lincoln Hills Community Association board of director seats were announced Feb. 19 at the annual homeowners’ association meeting. Six ca ...

Lincoln Hills executive director likes collaborating with city, chamber

Sun City Lincoln Hills Community Association executive director Christopher O’Keefe might be the active–adult community’s biggest cheerleader. The community open ...

Lincoln Chronicle for the week of Feb. 26

Lincoln Chronicles   1 YEAR AGO Feb. 27, 2014 – County to sell surplus water – Placer County Water Agency is moving ahead with the sale of up to 20,000 acr ...

Sign ordinance delayed; will be heard by council March 10

The city of Lincoln’s sign ordinance revision saw another delay Tuesday and will return for City Council’s discussion next month, according to Lincoln Mayor Paul Joiner ...