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Saving salmon for years to come
Saturday Nov 21 2015
Screens will soon save small salmon Thanks to a project started four years ago by Family Water Alliance, Inc., thousands of baby salmon in Auburn Ravine will be saved from certain ...
Library boosters critical of city spending plan
Thursday May 28 2015
Members of the Friends of the Lincoln Library (FOLL) said they were worried about the status of major contributors at a recent city budget meeting. Larry Whitaker, the Friends of ...
City commemorates completion of Nelson Road project
Thursday Dec 04 2014
On Nov. 25, more than 40 cars lined up along a more than half-mile stretch of shiny stretch of new roadway near the Lincoln Regional Airport. Officials representing city, county, ...
Fire department receives $50,000 for firefighting equipment
Thursday Nov 20 2014
Beginning early next year, the Lincoln Fire Department will receive a much-needed new vehicle fitted to fight grassland fires. On Tuesday night, City Council approved funds from t ...
Regional water board orders Lincoln to clean up old landfill
Thursday Aug 14 2014
In the near future, Lincoln will have to pony up from $6 million to $8 million to stop toxins in an old city landfill from leaching into ground water near Auburn Ravine, according ...
Placer County Hidden Falls Park livestock grazing efforts get boost
Sunday Aug 03 2014
The return of Hidden Falls Regional Park’s stealth weed whackers is getting a boost from a Sierra Nevada Conservancy grant. Cattle grazing has traditionally taken place on t ...
LaMalfa: High-speed rail money could help shore up state’s drought-related problems
Wednesday Feb 19 2014
U.S. Rep. Doug LaMalfa wants the federal government to backtrack on a $3 billion commitment for high-speed rail in California. Instead, LaMalfa said Tuesday that the money should ...
Why Mother Goose on the Loose?
Tuesday Jan 14 2014
On Tuesday night, the Friends of the Lincoln Public Library once again presented a $3,750 check to Lincoln Mayor Gabriel Hydrick and the Lincoln City Council. This will insu ...
Seniors First to see lapse in services
Thursday Oct 24 2013
Placer County’s senior population will now experience the aftereffects of the government shutdown as Seniors First will lay off 35 of 45 employees and temporarily shutdown ...
Foresthill area’s American River Fire rehab price tag $500,000
Thursday Oct 03 2013
The U.S. Forest Service is moving to protect American Fire lands before rain and snow moves in. The Forest Service has approved emergency safety and erosion-prevention mea ...
Friends convince city that library needs funds
Wednesday Sep 11 2013
I joined the Friends of the Lincoln Library this year because the nonprofit 160-member organization keeps the library well-stocked with books, DVDs and magazines. Just as im ...
Teichert Foundation donates to Auburn State Theatre expansion
Monday Aug 12 2013
The Auburn Placer Performing Arts Center group has been awarded a $7,500 grant from Sacramento’s Teichert Foundation. In making the donation, a spokesman for the fou ...
Library open more hours for the summer
Thursday Jun 20 2013
While the city of Lincoln will not be able to add as many materials to its collection for patrons during fiscal year 2013-14, interim library director Jon Torkelson “is ho ...
ESL Program gets new funding from the feds
Wednesday Apr 03 2013
Ramey Dern and Phyllis Kalbach. ESL (English as a Second Language) teachers for the adult English Language Learners program, attended the Western Placer Unified School Boar ...
Congressman McClintock should support spending cuts, reader says
Wednesday Sep 26 2012
June Paquette’s letter of Sept. 6 (Lincoln News Messenger, page A5, “Voters have a choice in Jack Uppal”) employs the tactics we’ve come to expect from Jack Uppal’s campa ...
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