Lincoln Chronicles

Lincoln Chronicles for Mar. 6

1 YEAR AGO March 7, 2013 – Stop signs continue to be hot topic – Stop signs – whether they should be or not be – has become a burning question in Linco ...

Lincoln Chronicles for Feb. 27

1 YEAR AGO Feb. 28, 2013 – Auditors give Lincoln high marks for budget – Those attending the City Council meeting Tuesday settled in for a long report given by the ...

Lincoln Chronicles for Feb. 20

1 YEAR AGO Feb. 21, 2013 – COP volunteers help police keep Lincoln safe – You won’t see them in car chases or shootouts with drug lords but the 39 men and wo ...

Lincoln Chronicles for Feb. 6

1 YEAR AGO Feb. 7, 2013 – Finance committee recommends public-safety remain local – The cliché, “you could hear a pin drop,” came to mind as Lin ...

Lincoln Chronicles for Jan. 30 week

1 YEAR AGO Jan. 31, 2013 – Annual art show loses its home at Gladding, McBean – Art League of Lincoln scrambling to find a new venue – The Art League of Linc ...

Lincoln Chronicles for Jan. 23 week

Lincoln Chronicles   1 YEAR AGO Jan. 24, 2013 – Council OKs funds for emergency RR work – Lincoln City Council voted Tuesday to spend $123,450 to replace ...

Lincoln Chronicles for Jan. 16 week

1 YEAR AGO Jan 17, 2013 – Plans to make Highway 193 safer – Widening includes adding shoulders – Caltrans officials and residents hope a proposed project to ...

Lincoln Chronicles for Jan. 2 week

1 YEAR AGO Jan 3, 2013 – Adult business a hot topic – Planning Commission recommends keeping them to city outskirts; City Council to discuss topic Tuesday – ...

Lincoln Chonicles end of 2013

Lincoln Chronicles 1 YEAR AGO Dec. 27, 2012 – Shooting rumor ruled false by officials – Friday at Lincoln High School “went pretty well,” according t ...

Lincoln Chronicles for Dec. 26

1 YEAR AGO Dec, 20, 2012: School board gives go ahead to lawsuit – Questions about adequate schools in Village 1 leads district to initiate litigation against developer, ...