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Lincoln Community Garden has available plots

The Lincoln Community Garden, on the corner of Third and E streets, has a limited number of available plots for the 2014 gardening year. For a $45 annual rental fee, gardeners hav ...

Residents commit to helping grow healthy food

Gardening isn’t just digging in the dirt and making the landscape look prettier. It also provides a healthy alternative to daily food choices. And, at least in Lincoln, you ...

Nicholas E. Ammons graduates from basic infantry training

Army Pfc. Nicholas E. Ammons recently graduated from basic infantry training at Fort Benning, Columbus, Ga. During nine weeks, Ammons received training in drill and ceremonies, we ...

Barry A. Callaway Delozi completes basic training

Navy Seaman Recruit Barry A. Callaway Delozi recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. During the eight-week program, Delozi compl ...

Placer Land Trust receives Umpqua Bank grant

Placer Land Trust was one of eight organizations in California recently receiving an Umpqua Bank Good Deed grant. The $2,500 grant was presented Jan. 30 to Placer Land Trust execu ...

Bingo Night at McBean Pavilion

An “As Luck Would Have It” fundraiser brings a night of old-fashioned Bingo to Mc Bean Park Pavilion on March 15.  The Lincoln Community Foundation is sponsoring ...

Media Life: Celebrating World Series hero, boogie band, WWII hospital anniversaries

Spring training 2014 begins the dream for all major league baseball teams and their fans. And as the season opener approaches, every team – and dream – starts from the ...

Resident says “the clock’s ticking” for the city’s alleged Brown Act violation

Resident Byron Chapman told The News Messenger that he hand-delivered a letter last Friday and mailed a certified copy to the city clerk addressing the city of Lincoln’s alle ...

State elected officials can help local residents

Sometimes I forget that California’s capitol is only 30 minutes away from Lincoln. I become so hyper-focused on Lincoln’s local government that I lose perspective ...

Fire station No. 33 reopens to mixed reviews

      After six years of being closed due to city budget cuts, the fire station at 17 McBean Park Drive reopened January. Some residents say that’s a posit ...