Lincoln

Who’s Who in Lincoln

Name: Vic Freeman Age: 74 Occupation: Retired real estate developer Residence: Sun City Lincoln Hills Family: Mary Lou, his wife of 48 years, and their two sons, two daughters ...

Volunteers made the Fourth of July big success

After reading the great coverage and positive comments on the Fourth of July parade, I want everyone to know how important volunteers are to make it happen. It’s truly a communit ...

Lincoln softball star Sharp at tournaments

Lincoln High softball star Nikoli Sharp will get a big chance to show off her softball skills to college scouts this weekend in Huntington Beach. Sharp, who pitches and plays firs ...

Lincoln Hills Starbucks on chopping block?

Rumors have been flying over the fate of several of Lincoln’s Starbucks in the wake of the announcement that 600 Starbucks nationwide are scheduled to close their doors. Accordi ...

Difficult days for valley residents

It’s Tuesday afternoon and every time I open the door of the office, I’m reminded that it is an inferno out there. According to Accuweather, it might get up to 113 degrees by t ...

Books in the Courtyard exceeds expectations

The seventh annual Friends of the Lincoln Library’s free book give-away to local children is recording the highest number attendees in the history of the program. Last week marke ...

City OKs sewer agreement with UAIC

Lincoln City Council members on Tuesday approved an agreement between the city and United Auburn Indian Community to provide sewer service to Thunder Valley Casino. An almost iden ...

Help needed for Books in the Courtyard

From 8 a.m. until noon each Thursday, local children come to the Carnegie Library to choose a free book from hundreds of choices laid out on tables in the library’s courtyard. T ...

Lincoln real estate community hosts short sale workshop

Today’s housing market might hold good deals for prospective buyers, but it can also be tricky to navigate. To clear up the confusion, some members of the Lincoln real estate co ...

Senior Café

Senior Café, located at 472 E St., Lincoln, has released its menu for next week: Reservations must be made 24 hours in advance by calling Lee Olsen at 645-1419 or the Auburn offi ...