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Local boy to run survivor’s lap at Relay for Life Saturday
Wednesday May 13 2015
Nine years ago, Lincoln resident Kyler Haskins was a healthy 5-year-old. Then came the headaches, double vision and vomiting. Following a CAT scan, Kyler’s mother, Sandie Ha ...
Lincoln City Council takes first step in Village I annexation
Thursday Apr 30 2015
Lincoln City Councilmen voted unanimously Tuesday night to begin the process of annexing 1,712 acres east of the city as part of the Village I development. The Village I devel ...
Shortage of water? Check your prostate
Saturday Apr 25 2015
Ya’ know, when you’re on the back nine of your life, you still can manage a hole-in-one once in a while but the hole is that big hole on the e ...
Bickford Ranch would be a drain on our water
Thursday Feb 19 2015
This project is like a bad penny, only with much more serious consequences. It is an environmental and traffic nightmare waiting to happen. But a larger issue now is who is ...
City should fix back flow preventer
Friday Feb 06 2015
In California, we are going into our third year of drought. Some people have taken great measures to conserve water. The city of Lincoln’s 6” back flow preventer near ...
Merry Christmas, goodbye 2014 and welcome 2015, all within a week’s period
Wednesday Dec 24 2014
At first glance, it could seem almost irreverent to devote almost half of this week’s newspaper to the past year’s achievements, events and challenges since to ...
Consultant discusses Lincoln’s water resources
Monday Nov 10 2014
Nearly everything you ever wanted to know about water was the topic of Lincoln city staff’s Oct. 22 “water master plan” workshop presented by city water consultan ...
Council takes city staff to task for $730,000 shortfall
Thursday Jul 24 2014
Lincoln Mayor Gabriel Hydrick and the four other City Council members unhappily approved city staff’s request July 8 for nearly three-quarters of a million dollars to pay a w ...
Residents conserving so far 18 of the 20 percent needed to make up for the drought
Thursday Jul 03 2014
As the summer heats up, it is increasingly important for Lincoln residents to conserve water. “The amount of precipitation received makes this the third driest year (2013-20 ...
Due to rains, water cut-backs may not be as bad as predicted
Thursday Feb 27 2014
For the first time this year officials are saying “water” and “good news” in the same sentence. After months of predicting drastic cut-backs in water consu ...
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