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Sight Word Busters volunteers help young Lincoln students read

    A Carlin C. Coppin Elementary School celebration Friday highlighted activities boosting reading skills of pre-kindergarteners, kindergarteners and first-graders. ...

Man dodges bullet; Recyclables ripoff; Safecracker foiled

Rayshane Olivie Sipert, a 32-year-old Sacramento transient, was arrested outside the Granite Bay Walmart on Douglas Boulevard on suspicion of theft, possession of drug paraphernali ...

Lincoln tries city manager search again

A search for a new Lincoln city manager has ended without a candidate and the city will try again in December, according to city attorney Kristine Mollenkopf. Three final candidat ...

Lincoln calendar, starting Dec. 6

Thursday, Dec. 6 Dare2BeFit workout group meets at 6 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays at Joiner Park, 1701 Nicholaus Road in Lincoln. Free for all levels. Participants bring mat and wa ...

CAL FIRE lifts burn ban in Placer County

With the year’s first winter storm system here, CAL FIRE (California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection) lifted the burn ban for Placer County, effective this past Mo ...

Bump key arrest; Target sneak thief; More

Nov. 14 Katie Lynn Tadena, 34, of Roseville was arrested on suspicion of possession of meth. The arrest took place at Atkinson Street and Booth Road in Roseville. A 33-year-old M ...

Two messages this week

This Saturday is an especially great time to visit the Lincoln Area Archives Museum as docents will have extended hours, due to the annual downtown holiday events (see front page s ...

Lincoln calendar, starting Nov. 29

Thursday, Nov. 29 Dare2BeFit workout group meets at 6 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays at Joiner Park, 1701 Nicholaus Road in Lincoln. Free for all levels. Participants bring mat and w ...

Lincoln’s annual Christmas holiday season kicks off Saturday

Lincoln Hometown Christmas’s annual parade, tree lighting, and holiday craft and vendor fair are three good reasons to visit downtown this Saturday. That’s when the an ...

Placer County Probation Department monitors high-risk, repeat DUI offenders

  The Placer County Probation Department was awarded a $97,821 grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety to ensure that high-risk, repeat DUI (driving under the i ...

Let’s lower DUI’s here

The number of residents driving under the influence or DUI is a real problem in Placer County. Those driving impaired are all ages, from underage drinking (under 21 years old) to r ...

Managing our public lands needs a dramatic and abrupt change in policy

There are things yet to learn about the devastation brought by the Camp Fire but this much we do know. The fire will have destroyed more than 14,000 structures, burned more than 15 ...

End near for 88-year-old Placer County bridge

When the Gold Hill Road bridge north of Highway 193 was built, rickety Model A’s were rumbling over its deck and Herbert Hoover was in the White House trying to reverse an ep ...

Outgoing city councilmen share thoughts

Lincoln Mayor Stan Nader and City Councilman Gabriel Hydrick attended their last full City Council meeting Nov. 13 and both shared their thoughts Tuesday with The Lincoln News Mess ...

Lincoln Hills car clubs hold flash parade during firefighter turkey drive

Even during poor air quality conditions Nov. 15, some Lincoln Hills Sports Car Club and Rods and Relics Car Club members held a “flash parade” through Lincoln before dr ...