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City Council approves property appraisal funds

City council approved funds Tuesday to hire a real estate firm to appraise city-owned properties located near the Lincoln Regional Airport. During the agendized portion of the cit ...

Art and oddities at AAUW’s Antique Evaluation fundraiser

Treasures and oddities both appeared at Lincoln’s own version of the "Antiques Roadshow." The Antique and Collectibles Evaluation Day  presented by the Amer ...

You can make divorce easier on your children

Divorce is a harsh reality for 1.5 million children in the United States.  Some reports indicate California’s divorce rate to be as high as 75 percent, meaning th ...

13th annual Dessert Extravaganza to benefit Community Christian School

Community Christian Schools presents its 13th annual Dessert Extravaganza and Auction fundraiser on Saturday, March 22.   Guests will have the opportunity to taste-test a var ...

Teen Esteem Program 3 will be March 31 for local girls

The third Teen Esteem program will convene March 31 at the Granite Springs Church in Lincoln.  Soroptimist International – Lincoln invites Lincoln High Scho ...

Media Life: Digging into Placer’s Oscar connectivity; deepening gold-coin mystery

  Placer County’s return to the big screen in a major motion picture has culminated with that movie getting some heavyweight industry respect this week at the Academy A ...

Local bicyclists anticipate Amgen tour

When the Amgen bicycle tour comes to Lincoln in May, local bicyclists will be on the sidelines cheering them on and ogling their $15,000 bikes, said one Lincoln resident. The nint ...

School board considers allocating state funds

At the regular school board meeting held Tuesday night at Lincoln High School, Mary Boyle, assistant superintendent of educational services for the Western Placer Unified School Di ...

New downtown housing seeks approval

Lincoln may soon get a new housing development that’s within walking distance of the city’s historic downtown. Developers for Clover Meadows, a single-family housing c ...

Lincoln Hills' photographer captures 'tapestry of life'

How long have you been a photographer and why did you become interested in photography? “Been a photographer” is a loose term, suggesting a level of competency I don&r ...

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 ...