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Acknowledge when a Brown Act violation occurs

Lincoln City Council and Lincoln city attorney Jon Hobbs owe resident Byron Chapman an apology. Chapman was treated appallingly at the Feb. 11 City Council meeting by the city rep ...

Lincoln’s Jedidiah Courage chosen as a DAR Good Citizen

The Daughters of the American Revolution Gold Trail Chapter in Roseville honored 11 area school’s DAR Good Citizens at a Feb. 8 program at Whitney Oaks Golf Club. Jedidiah C ...

Sheridan Elementary holds annual chili cook-off

Sheridan Elementary held its annual chili cook-off on Feb. 7 with 12 contestants. The delicious chili was judged by the community and a secret judge. The winners were Angie Ander ...

Mitchell A. Haynes graduates from basic military training

Air Force Reserve Airman Mitchell A. Haynes graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight ...

Knights of Columbus donates to special education department and Ride To Walk

The Knights of Columbus ID Drive (Intellectual Deficiencies for Children) was held in October at CVS and Walgreen’s pharmacies.  Contributors allowed the Knights of Col ...

Al and Vi Brandon celebrate diamond anniversary

Diamond Anniversary He wooed her in the desert. They spoke vows in the tiny church of Twenty-nine Palms Commitment - honor - love swirl in profusion for sixty years. A son, ...

Rural Lincoln MAC to honor long-time member Mark Fowler

The Rural Lincoln Municipal Advisory Council (MAC) will honor longtime member Mark Fowler at its 7 p.m. Monday meeting. Fowler recently retired after serving as a member of the Ru ...

Transplant patients ready to play ball

The Sacramento Kings will play host to the Golden State Warriors tonight, but the more important game will start at 6:30 p.m. on the Kings’ home court. The Donate Life Reci ...

Buy a book for a quarter

Bring your quarters Saturday to the Twelve Bridges Library’s Willow Room where some books will be sold for just 25 cents. Included in Saturday’s sale will be hundreds ...

The bittersweet Americanization of Hiroshi Kashiwagi

Wistful and painful memories fill the pages of Hiroshi Kashiwagi’s new book “Starting from Loomis and Other Stories.” Kashiwagi, 91, lives in San Francisco now. ...

Media Life: New book a guide to American River canyon, life

  You have to hand it to Eric Peach and Co. for coming up with not only a new and improved edition of “The American River Insider’s Guide” but also sneaking ...

Bieber-ish behavior: maybe it’s about being young and foolish

Justin Bieber just can’t seem to catch a break. Lately, it’s hard to pick up a newspaper without hearing about the baby-faced bad boy’s latest clashes with the l ...

History lesson of the CowBelles

It was January 30, 1964 – The Auburn Journal reported a group of local women are organizing the Placer-Nevada CowBelles an affiliate of the California CowBelles and the Natio ...

Treat all children with respect and don’t condone bullying

No child should ever go through what KJ Frey goes through at school. And no parent wants to see their child bullied and teased. That KJ, a sweet Lincoln Crossing Elementary Schoo ...

Frey family helps stomp out bullying

Lincoln Crossing Elementary School students are receiving an unexpected real-life lesson about being tolerant and not making fun of others. That lesson, resulting from a mother&rs ...