People

Eloise Stevens

Lincoln residents Betsey and Jared Stevens welcomed their second child, Eloise Florence Stevens, “Ella,” on April 25.   Her big sister is Adelynn Stevens, who wil ...

Robert J. Gibson

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

Public can have a stake in how airport area will be developed

Pilots who use the Lincoln Regional Airport in the western part of town have told me for several   years that it is one of Lincoln’s “best-kept secrets.&rdquo ...

It didn’t sound right

As a baby, he was lulled to sleep by trains rolling by, literally rocking him to sleep in the two-story yellow railroad depot. As a toddler, he heard the trains rumbling from just ...

Three Lincoln High wrestlers take an international trip

What started out as an international wrestling trip to Japan has taken a sharp turn for three Lincoln High School students. Those students are instead going to Ecuador for two week ...

How Lincoln evaluates businesses that deal with hazardous materials

Each year, hundreds of new businesses contact the city with the intention to do business in Lincoln, according to Rob Poetsch, associate planner for Lincoln’s devel ...

Celebrate the Queens at annual Festa

The annual Festa will be at 65 McBean Park Drive on May 24 and May 25. The celebration includes parades, presentation of the Queens, dance, Mass, sopas and ...

Council approves hike in public facilities fees

Council members were divided Tuesday night about how high development fees should be for future infrastructure and capital improvements within the city. Their arguments at the reg ...

Lincoln Open Space Committee on recess until Sept. 10

The Lincoln Open Space Committee is on summer recess until Wednesday, Sept. 10.  The next meeting notice will be sent out in early September. Residents who have any ope ...

Salt Mine in need of donations to help others

The Salt Mine’s Pastor Eric Long has a two-word message for residents: Please donate! The nonprofit organization has helped at least a hundred thousand residents during the ...