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This item was popular years ago

Most readers didn't know the purpose of last week’s mystery item. OK, only one reader knew. We hope that more readers know the purpose of this week's mystery item. ...

A road well-traveled

  Reflecting back over my 23 years of public service (Western Placer Unified School District 1978 to 1986, Lincoln City Council 1986 to 1994 and Lincoln City Council 2010 to ...

Lincoln poll workers are appreciated

                              Thank you to all the polling volunteers for supporting our community! ...

Patriotic-related focus this week

We stumped readers with last week’s mystery item. But we don’t like doing that. So here’s a hint for this week’s mystery item, pictured above: it has some ...

Honor veterans this week and all year

Going about our daily routines, many of us don’t think about veterans, what they’ve done for our country and what they’ve gone through.  Best case scenario, ...

Remembering Dick Huser

On Saturday, I attended a memorial event for Dick Huser and saw his caring relatives and friends remembering Dick. He was loved by many.  Dick and Arlene Huser were married f ...

Having fun with history

While some of us thought that last week’s mystery item was easy to answer as it was an outdoor thermometer, that was not the correct answer. Just ask any docent at the Lincol ...

Local author completes second children’s book

Summer Cox recently finished her second inspirational children’s book, “How Sophia Found Her Way.” A musician and family therapist, Cox lives on a rural Lincoln ...

Going old school this week

Almost stumped again! Last week’s mystery item was a military-related question and we only received one answer. So this week, we have an easy mystery item to identity in the ...

Chamber of Commerce Net Mixer is fun

The Lincoln Area Chamber Monthly Net Mixer on Oct. 10 was at the Woman’s Club of Lincoln. It was fun to meet new people, enjoy the great appetizers and to add to the raffle p ...

Stumped again!

No one knew what Lincoln Area Archives Museum President Elizabeth Jansen was standing next to last week. That doesn’t make us feel good because we like hearing about the pas ...

Kevin Smith remembers ‘Dick’ Huser

The Sinister Minister is a moniker, which is taken from an autobiography by Pastor W. Richard “Dick” Huser proudly showcasing a life of diverse adventures that life' ...

A fond look back at a kitchen item

We’re glad to say that readers knew the identity of last week’s mystery item. We hope that trend continues with this week’s mystery item, pictured here with Linc ...

Fun at Lincoln events this weekend

On Saturday, the Woman’s Club of Lincoln invited the public to visit the historic clubhouse and five beautiful homes for the third annual Home and Garden Tour. Woman’s ...

Virginia R. Brown credits a positive attitude and eating healthy to longevity

Being 102 years old is a major accomplishment. Centenarians are rare. There are 450,000 centenarians throughout the world, according to TheCentenarian, and the highest number of c ...