Lincoln

Wanted: Engaged citizens to run for local elections

If the upcoming general election was a help wanted ad, it might read something like this: “California, Placer County, city of Lincoln, school and special districts seek active, e ...

Fighting sexual slavery in Asia from Sacramento

Editor’s note: Earlier this summer, Bryce Jessup made a trip to Cambodia to lend support to the Agape Restoration Center in Phnom Penh, where former Sacramento area residents Don ...

Watch for warning signs

Dear Straight Talk: I’m worried that my friend “Greer,” who is 17, might be suicidal. He is acting strange lately, but I don’t want to make a big deal out of nothing and ge ...

Gaines discusses budget deficit

Assemblyman Ted Gaines spoke to the Lincoln City Council on Tuesday on the potential impact of the state budget deficit on infrastructure funds. Gaines stressed budget reform in l ...

Local student selected to serve as Hamilton College writing tutor

Rachel McReynolds, daughter of Karen and Mark McReynolds of Lincoln, has been chosen to serve as a Nesbitt-Johnson Writing Center tutor at Hamilton College for the 2008-09 academic ...

Hundreds attend NEV Day at Home Depot

Tired of high gas prices and poor air quality, nearly 200 Lincoln residents attended a NEV education event at Home Depot July 12. Organized by the Sun City LSV Group, the event’s ...

Birds, mosquitoes test positive for West Nile

A dead bird found in Roseville and a mosquito pool in Lincoln have tested positive for West Nile virus, marking the first time in 2008 that the virus has been found in Placer Count ...

Police log

Grand theft – Items were reported stolen from a residence July 11 at the 1600 block of Wortell Drive. Leanne Marie Groves, 24, of Lincoln was cited and released July 13 at the 1 ...

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 ...

Neighbors help keep vacancies in shape

Foreclosures are on the rise in Lincoln, but a recent survey found many of the city’s now-vacant homes still in remarkably good shape. Not that the city hasn’t had its share o ...