Lincoln Chronicles

Lincoln Chronicles

1 YEAR AGO SEPT. 25, 2014 – City says no to pot cultivation in city limits - Wearing medical scrubs and a determined look, Richard Miller challenged Lincoln’s city att ...

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1 YEAR AGO SEPT. 11, 2014: Signs of trouble. Sign ordinance sent back to staff for revision - Lincoln City Council’s dissatisfaction with Lincoln city staff’s most rec ...

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ONE YEAR AGO SEPT.  4, 2014 – Mother Goose on the Loose a successful program - Betty Gordon, Lincoln resident of 14 years and active member of The Friends of the Lincol ...

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1 YEAR AGO AUG. 28, 2014: Rail rep vague on crude-oil issues - If residents at Tuesday night’s City Council meeting expected revelations about how Union Pacific Railroad mig ...

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1 YEAR AGO AUG. 21, 2014: Government not privy to dangerous train cargo; Local first-responders can ask Union Pacific, though – What hazardous materials pass through downto ...

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ONE YEAR AGO Aug. 14, 2014 - Lincoln ordered to clean up old landfill; Regional water board sends city a ‘Cleanup and Abatement Order’ - In the near future, Lincoln wi ...

Lincoln Chronicles for Aug. 6

Lincoln Chronicles   1 YEAR AGO Aug. 7, 2014 – Two new vocational nurses to join district - Two new licensed vocational nurses (LVN’s) will soon join the W ...

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1 YEAR AGO July 17, 2014: City assumes ownership of Lincoln Blvd. - Lincoln’s main thoroughfare, known over the years as Highway 65, G Street and now Lincoln Boulevard, has ...

Lincoln Chronciles for July 9

Lincoln Chronicles   1 YEAR AGO July 10, 2014 – City manager resigns – Estep steps down amid rumors of discord with council members – After months of rumo ...

Lincoln Chronicles for week of May 28

Lincoln Chronicles   1 YEAR AGO May 29, 2014 –City considers ban on medical pot - In the near future, medical marijuana growers in Lincoln may have to find another lo ...

Lincoln Chronicles for the week of May 7

1 YEAR AGO May 1, 2014 - John Adams Academy looking to expand into Lincoln area - Officials from John Adams Academy, a charter school ...

Lincoln Chronicles for the week of April 23

Lincoln Chronicles 1 YEAR AGO April 24, 2014 – Council debates fate of house at the end-of-the-airport-runaway -One of the more lively discussions at Tues ...

Lincoln Chronicles for April 2

Lincoln Chronicles   1 YEAR AGO April 3, 2014 – Storms boost snowpack – but not enough – PG&E survey shows water content less than half of average in ...

Lincoln Chronicles for the week of Mar. 19

1 YEAR AGO March 20, 2014 – COP group welcomes new volunteers – Lincoln Hills’ resident Ralph Martinez was checking out local volunteer groups at the city p ...

Lincoln Chronicles for Mar. 12

1 YEAR AGO March13, 2014 – Regional sewer project breaks ground – Lincoln Mayor Gabriel Hydrick kicked off the groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday to celebrate the b ...