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Lincoln Chronicles for May 8

1 YEAR AGO May 9, 2013 – Can Lincoln afford the landfill clean up? Lincoln city officials know that the old dump on Viriginatown Road is a health hazard. Recent data in an ...

Kari Swatzke to leave downtown Lincoln

One of downtown Lincoln’s always-smiling businesswomen will soon be taking her smiles to a branch office in Auburn. Umpqua Bank manager Kari Swatzke is leaving her position ...

“Clean eating” improves mental health as well as physical health

 Recently, my husband suggested we transition to what’s called “clean eating.”  I’ve been hearing the expression but I truly did not understa ...

Carol Garcia Receives Community Award from Placer County District Attorney’s Office

Carol Garcia of Roseville was this year’s recipient of the “Heart of the Community Award.” Garcia received the award at the third annual Victims’ Rights Br ...

Cooey J. Maples graduates from basic military training

Air Force Airman Cooey J. Maples graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in San Antonio. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program th ...

Ben J. King completes Navy basic training

Navy Seaman Recruit Ben J. King recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command in Great Lakes, Ill. During the eight-week program, King completed a variet ...

Lincoln High School junior Rebekah Wilson to attend Girls’ State

This year, a team of Lincolnites from American Legion Unit 169 has chosen Rebekah Wilson as Lincoln High School’s junior representative to Girls’ State 2014. Choosing ...

Beating a burglar at his own game: police officers offer security advice

“What do you think a burglar hates most?” Gary Leonard asked a crowd of about 300 residents at the Neighborhood Watch Safety and Security Symposium this month in Lincol ...

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 ...