Lincoln

Explaining a Roth 401(k)

Q: My company has had a 401(k) plan for several years. Recently a Roth 401(k) option was added. I am not sure if I should do anything with this or not. Is it better for me to contr ...

‘Kung Fu Panda’ tickets available at Roseville Press-Tribune office

Free tickets to see a special screening of the new movie, “Kung Fu Panda” are available at the Roseville Press Tribune until 5 p.m. Friday. The movie will be showing at 10 a.m. ...

Poets featured during May Days at Wardrobe

Seven poets brought The Art of Poetry to “May Days on the Patio,” the May 21 feature at The Wardrobe in historic downtown Lincoln. As one of the featured Wednesday May Days ...

Winners of Placer Arts League show announced

The Placer Arts League announced the winners of its 2008 Open Juried Art Show fine arts competition and exhibition. The juried exhibition is located at the Umpqua Bank Art Galler ...

City council announces date for bypass groundbreaking

Construction for the Highway 65 bypass is slated to begin June 27, Lincoln City Councilman Tom Cosgrove announced at Tuesday’s council meeting. Bids for the project came in lo ...

School district to survey public at board meeting

After a sparsely attended public forum on May 22, the local school district is rethinking a plan to gather parental and public input for its Lincoln High School master plan. The ...

Annual Fred Biletnikoff golf tourney in Lincoln Monday

The Fourth Annual Fred Biletnikoff Hall of Fame Golf Classic is set for Monday at Catta Verdera Country Club in Lincoln. Proceeds from this event, with Wells Fargo as the primary ...

Who’s Who in Lincoln

Name: Merilyn Copland Age: 61 Occupation: Professor of history, archeology and Old Testament studies at William Jessup University Accolades: The Who’s Who in America Teachers ...

What happened to Memorial Day?

Like many people, my plans for Memorial Day weekend are simple – I’m getting out of town. It’s become the busiest travel day of the year in this country – although this yea ...

Sentencing of animal shooters courageous

At first glance, Judge Colleen Nichols’ decision to let the now-infamous animal shooters avoid prison is shocking. After all, the suspended sentence she gave defendant Collin Lo ...