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Highway 65, railroad help build Lincoln

Editor’s note: This is the second in a three-part series about the Highway 65 Bypass, exploring how it will affect residents, what Lincoln businesses thrived because of Highway 6 ...

Lincoln Area Archives Museum a gem

I recently visited relatives in Lincoln. Back in the ‘30s ‘40s and ‘50s, my grandparents, Angele and Dosite Paillex, lived on Fruitvale Road. They emigrated from France throu ...

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1 YEAR AGO Aug. 20, 2009 – Raises OK’d for school employees – In a time when most school districts across the state are suffering financially, Western Placer Unified School ...

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1 YEAR AGO Nov. 13, 2008 Police, Chamber show off new digs – Lincoln’s Police Department and the Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce, both recently moving into new headquarters, ...

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1 YEAR AGO Oct. 9, 2008 More than $8,000 raised for fire victims – A potluck dinner to benefit the victims of the Gladding fire sparked an outpouring of support from the commun ...

Fire service: It’s steeped in history

The history of organized firefighting dates back at least to ancient Egypt where hand-operated pumps may have been employed to extinguish fires. However, such attempts could be o ...

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1 YEAR AGO Feb. 7, 2008 – Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce announced the 2007 Business of the Year Winners: Small Business – Pavilion Realty; Medium Business – Cornerstone A ...

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1 YEAR AGO Jan. 31, 2008 – Landowner might contest eminent domain suit by city – Development company Reynen & Bardis is prepared to challenge a possible eminent do ...

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1 YEAR AGO Jan. 17, 2008 – Rotarians give Lighthouse a helping hand – Lincoln Rotarians recently presented a check for $3,000 to Angela Ficcara, executive director of the Ligh ...