Lincoln Area Archive Museum

Council approves lease for top floor of former City Hall

After standing empty for nearly six years, the top floor of the “old” City Hall —built in 2001—will be home to a local medical-services company. The two-st ...

Leavell family to host fundraiser dinner Jan. 24

Working last June with a young horse on his Lincoln-area ranch, Tom Leavell was severely injured. He suffered a broken neck and spinal injuries that left him a quadriplegic. Follo ...

Museum, vets to host Brats & Bingo Saturday

On Saturday night, it’s “back to the old days” with a community Brats & Bingo Oktoberfest celebration at the Veterans Hall, 541 5th St. Co-sponsored by Ameri ...

Lincoln archive museum to sell local history book

Lincoln’s history, as told in vintage photographs, is off the presses and ready for sale.  “Images of America—Lincoln,” a 128-page photographic chroni ...

Fifth-graders enjoy downtown Lincoln

Anita Moya’s fifth-grade GATE program class at First Street Elementary School took a walking field trip Tuesday afternoon to the Lincoln Area Archives Museum and Jenkin&rsquo ...

Rotary Club honors Lincoln volunteer Shirley Russell

Friends, family, co-workers and Lincoln Rotarians gathered last week to honor Shirley Russell by naming her a Paul Harris Fellow.  Harris founded Rotary in 1905 and Rotary In ...

Museum misses Shirley Russell

On behalf of the Lincoln Area Archives Museum, and with great regret, we announce to the community that we have received Shirley Russell's letter of resignation as volunteer ex ...

Shirley Russell: a tireless Lincoln community volunteer

Shirley Russell never quits. She has been an unwavering Lincoln advocate for more than seven decades. First, thinking that Lincoln was the perfect place to call home during her c ...

Jerry Logan: a reluctant Lincoln historian

As a boy growing up in the country outside of Lincoln, Jerry Logan could have cared less about local history. But like it or not, the unofficial Western Placer County historian an ...

ClayDay was a success

  A huge thank-you to Rotary volunteers, Lincoln Area Archives Museum, Lincoln High School cheer and other student volunteers for helping the Art League put on Lincoln ClayDa ...