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Little Bishop has many friends

Last October, a Wheatland resident pulled her car over when she noticed a small injured kitten. The 3 pound, 7 ounce black kitten looked like it had been hit by a car. The residen ...

Black History Month - Don’t go near the water

 As kids, we were lucky to spend part of the summer in the tent house, and later, the little cabin at Lake Tahoe. It was there, on Sandy Beach and over on Ballard’s Pie ...

Lincoln Hills Foundation aids local seniors though The Salt Mine

Since its inception in 2001, the mission of the Lincoln Hills Foundation has been to help Lincoln-area seniors maintain their independence and quality of life.  “We ar ...

Rotary Club honors Lincoln volunteer Shirley Russell

Friends, family, co-workers and Lincoln Rotarians gathered last week to honor Shirley Russell by naming her a Paul Harris Fellow.  Harris founded Rotary in 1905 and Rotary In ...

Sports and science … miles apart

The only thing Super about that Bowl on Feb. 2 was the lady who sang the National Anthem. It was so good to hear it sung as it should be sung, instead of some screamer going thr ...

Adam Marcus Sanchez moving toward an art career

Adam Marcus Sanchez started painting a zebra on the Lincoln High School’s stadium ticket booth at the end of summer. The zebra took approximately 15 hours to finish. Sanchez ...

Mischief on F Street Part Two

 Part One ran in the Feb. 6 Lincoln New Messenger on page 8. It is also online at lincolnnewsmessenger.com. There are four parts to this series. One day, the police were call ...

Library to celebrate Dr Seuss Saturday

The Lincoln Twelve Bridges Library will hold a birthday party to celebrate Dr. Seuss, his life and his books on Saturday, March 8. The children’s author was born 110 years a ...

Community garden has three open plots

Three free plots are available at the organic garden at 5th and L streets in downtown Lincoln. The organic garden is sponsored by St. James Episcopal Church. Any Lincoln resident ...

City Council Brown Act violation alleged

Resident Byron Chapman is “tired” of the city’s disregard for its residents’ rights. So Chapman said he will now report to the district attorney what h ...

School board approves plan for increased school facilities

 At Tuesday night’s lightly-attended Western Placer Unified School District meeting, the school board unanimously approved a project to revise future school capacitie ...

Lincoln Hills Fine Arts Show features local artists Friday through Sunday

Although Bill Szabo has been a photographer for most of his life, he became an artist only after moving to Lincoln Hills in 2006, he said. Szabo’s striking photographic piec ...

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 ...