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Reader Input: Get ready for exciting football

Wow! For those who follow local high school sports, do we have one heck of a great football season shaping up in the Pioneer Valley League. Both Bear River and Colfax are undefea ...

Zebras showing more speed in 2013

The projected outlook for the Lincoln High School football season hasn’t been all that lofty, with Cal High Sports predicting the Fighting Zebras would finish no better than ...

Whitney Oaks to host PGA Nor-Cal Open

Whitney Oaks Golf Club has been selected to host the 86th annual Northern California Open Championship Sept. 9-11. A pro-am event will be held Sept. 8. Local Lincoln golfer Pasqua ...

Reader Input: Art center an inspired gift

I just want to send a huge thank you to all the wonderful people who have given of their time, talents. resources and sweat equity to help create the Art League of Lincoln’s ...

Rocklin man does karaoke his way

Rocklin resident Len Austin didn’t celebrate his 90th birthday in a typical way — unless you consider a party with family and friends during karaoke night at a Rosevill ...

Placer County election activity beginning to heat up for 2014

  With an uncommon lull in campaigning this summer, Placer County’s elections division is preparing for the political heat to rise considerably in 2014. County Clerk J ...

Reader Input: Define what data is collected on us

The American Civil Liberties Union has discovered (Associated Press, 17 July) that police departments across the country record millions of drivers’ license plates and locati ...

Reader Input: Choices have consequences

Don Stewart’s ranting (“Casino costs the community,” Reader Input, July 5) about Thunder Valley Casino is the same old, same old. Blame someone else. I would pref ...

Reader Input: How can someone be so inconsiderate?

“Against stupidity the gods themselves contend in vain,” (Friedrich Schiller). Every time I see a driver holding a lit cigarette, hanging out of a car window, I can&rsq ...

Reader Input: Casino costs the community

Let’s be clear! South Placer County residents did not want Thunder Valley Casino built in our midst. It was forced down our throats by convoluted federal laws created by gree ...