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17 teaching positions saved
Wednesday Mar 07 2012
The school board approved concessions saving the equivalent of 17 teaching positions Tuesday night. The board ratified a memorandum of understanding between the Western Placer Unif ...
Audience protests job cuts, programs at school meeting
Wednesday Feb 08 2012
More than 125 parents and school district staff packed the Lincoln High School theater on Tuesday night to show their concern over potential budget cuts. The district is faced wi ...
Here's hoping the new year will be good for Lincoln
Wednesday Dec 28 2011
How can we be three days away from a new year? It seems like we welcomed in Jan. 1, 2011 the other month. On the other hand, last January’s heated discussion over the General Fu ...
Police deserve our thanks for all they do
Wednesday Oct 26 2011
My neighbors across the street had an unexpectedly chaotic and sad night last Thursday. Four Lincoln police officers went above the call of duty in showing much-needed compassion o ...
We can help the Carnegie soon reopen
Wednesday Aug 03 2011
It’s sad walking by the distinguished-looking but vacant Carnegie Library on Fifth and F streets. The heavily-frequented Carnegie Library closed June 29 due to budget cuts rec ...
Four police to lose jobs
Wednesday May 11 2011
Four Lincoln police officers will be taken off the streets due to lay offs this July. That was the direction given to city staff during Tuesday’s 5-½-hour-long City Council meet ...
School board targets $3 million in cuts
Wednesday May 04 2011
Budget cuts and hard hats were on the table during Tuesday night’s noticeably cheerful Western Placer Unified School District board meeting. The board, led by Paul Long since Pau ...
More police cuts on the way
Wednesday Apr 27 2011
City Council will soon have to decide how many police officers to cut as the council continues to balance Lincoln’s budget. City Manager Jim Estep said Monday that the May 10 C ...
Together, let's figure how to keep Lincoln alive
Wednesday Apr 13 2011
The city of Lincoln must drastically change the way finances are handled. That message at the April 5th special City Council budget meeting, though, was missed by many audience me ...
'Friends' urge council to honor money stipulations
Wednesday Mar 30 2011
The Friends of the Lincoln Library understand there will be a special meeting of the City Council on Tuesday to discuss further budget cuts necessary to “balance the budget” fo ...
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