McBean Park

Jr. Zebra recovering from West Nile disease

The family of an 8-year-old Jr. Zebras football player does not know exactly where their son contracted West Nile disease but they aren’t going to let that keep him from playing ...

Jr. Zebras keeping pace in the Sierra Valley League

The Jr. Zebras football squads filled in their bye week scrimmaging Whitney’s Jr. Wildcats, Aug. 30. The Lincoln squads are back in action this weekend against the Jr. Tigers at ...

Jr Zebra cheer squads enjoy the work

The Lincoln Youth Football and Cheer squads have begun practicing and the boys are already practicing in pads. However, the task is no less for the girls who are also toiling under ...

Free football conditioning camps ongoing at McBean Park

The Lincoln Jr. Zebras, a youth football program, are hosting free conditioning camps on Sundays. These camps will run from 4-5:30 p.m., at McBean Park through July 18. No footb ...

Boo, did I scare you yet?

Scaring people is kind of addicting. At least, this is what I learned last Wednesday when I volunteered at the Haunted Castle in McBean Park. I was apprehensive about doing this ...

Happy 150th –year-celebration, Lincoln

Did you know: Lincoln’s 150th Anniversary Celebration also coincided with: The Carnegie Library’s 100th birthday Lincoln High School’s 100th birthday The Lincoln Air Show, e ...

Residents flock to Fourth of July celebration

Downtown Lincoln was transformed into a sea of red, white and blue as the annual Fourth of July parade rolled past an estimated 8,000 spectators. Leading the parade were some of L ...

Lincoln throws a party

Lincoln will celebrate the Forth of July in what City Councilman Tom Cosgrove called “the quintessential small-town celebration.” The day will kick off with a pancake breakfas ...

Curtains close on 50th season

Lincoln Little League’s 50th season came to a close Monday night, as hundreds of young players gathered at McBean Park to celebrate the season. Ceremonies began with a moment of ...

Portuguese heritage celebrated

Cadence Medeiros, 6 and a Lincoln first-grader , has been waiting almost a year for this weekend. This will be her second time marching in the Lincoln Portuguese Holy Ghost Associ ...