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Police need more officers to battle heroin and other drugs

While heroin is becoming more prevalent in Lincoln, it is difficult to track the number of users. That’s according to Lincoln Police Chief Rex H. Marks.   “But t ...

Help Glen Edwards students by attending Wednesday’s food-truck event

The next monthly “Food Truck Pop Up! Celebrate Lincoln” event not only enables visitors to enjoy downtown this Wednesday (May 7) but it benefits the Glen Edwards Middle ...

Lincoln teen saves five lives with organ donations

Two weeks ago in the early morning hours, Lincoln resident Lisa Bazile got the phone call that parents dread: her 18-year-old son, Mitchell Bazile, had been in an ATV accident and ...

Board OKs school district plan to offset $3.75 million deficit no projected staff lay-offs anticipated

Although the Western Placer Unified School District faces a $3.75 million budget deficit for the 2014–15 school year, district officials presented a plan a few weeks ago to m ...

Support the second annual America’s ClayFest

A year ago March, I wrote a harsh column about the new Art League of Lincoln’s decision to hold a ceramic celebration in another city. The nonprofit Art League was founded wh ...

Placer Superior Court seeks volunteers for grand jury

The Superior Court of California, County of Placer is seeking applications from Placer County residents interested in serving on the 2014-2015 grand jury. The one-year term begins ...

A look at Dillian’s Corner – Part three: a little Lincoln fender bender

Editor’s note: This is the third of a four-part series looking at Dillian’s Corner stories and anecdotes. A heartfelt clarification:  I would like to add a much-n ...

Living a century-plus

Two Lincoln residents are celebrating centenarian birthdays. One, Albina Gorczyca, will be 103 on May 2. And Jacqueleine Johnson turned 100 on Tuesday. As of 2010, there were ...

Council debates fate of house at the end-of-the-airport-runway

One of the more lively discussions at Tuesday night’s Lincoln City Council meeting at McBean Park Pavilion involved item 6.1 B pulled from the council’s “consent ...

Benefit concert will kick cancer’s butt May 2 in Lincoln

A concert benefiting the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life in Lincoln will be at 7 p.m. May 2 at the McBean Park gazebo. The “Kick Cancer’s Butt Concert&r ...