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Coyote 65s sweep Fair Oaks in senior softball

The Lincoln Hills Coyote 65s, a senior softball team, swept the visiting Fair Oaks Saints in a doubleheader on June 17 at Del Webb Field. Lincoln’s Jim Sandin pitched both games, ...

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Lincoln’s Hunt has strong weekend on the track

Five-time USAC champion Tony Hunt had one of the best weekends of his prestigious racing career recently. Hunt, of Lincoln, placed third in the “Little 500” at Anderson Speed ...

Lincoln Jr. Zebras football registration

The Lincoln Jr. Zebras, a youth football program, will hold open registration on June 18 from 6-8 p.m. at the McBean Park Pavilion. The Jr. Zebras will also host free conditionin ...

State takes $871,000 from Lincoln’s redevelopment funds

The city of Lincoln was forced to give over $871,000 of its redevelopment funds to the state last week. The city turned over the money to the Placer County Auditor as the result of ...

Sun City Classics split softball doubleheader

The Sun City Classics, a senior softball team out of Lincoln, split a doubleheader against the host Sacramento 70s on Friday. Lincoln lost Game one 8-7 but won Game 2 15-7. Amon ...

Coyotes close winter season with split in senior softball

The Lincoln Hills Coyotes, a senior softball winter league team, played their final Sierra League doubleheader of the season on April 1. The Coyotes split the doubleheader against ...

Lincoln takes two titles in senior softball

The Lincoln Hills Coyote 65s and 70s, senior softball teams, had success in tournament play over the weekend. The 70s went 6-0 in Citrus Heights at Rusch Park, outscoring their op ...

Thunder Valley Casino interviewing for more than 600 jobs

Lincoln — With the hotel and casino expansion on track to open in July 2010, Thunder Valley Casino and Resort is now taking applications for more than 600 new jobs. Applicants ca ...

Lincoln not heading for bankruptcy

Although the city’s budget appears bleak, the city of Lincoln will not go bankrupt. That’s according to City Manager Jim Estep, who said Monday that “bankruptcy is not someth ...