Letters to the Editor

Art League thanks High Hand and event attendees

The Art League of Lincoln wishes to express its gratitude to all those who made the fundraiser on July 31 at Loomis' High Hand Nursery an outstanding success. First, to High H ...

Safe return aided by community

I was so proud to see our community come together via the reverse phone call system from the city of Lincoln and Placer County, the effort made by our Lincoln Police Department and ...

Knights thank community

The Lincoln Knights of Columbus would like to thank all of those patrons in the local community who attended our annual Luau on July 25.  There were many comments that this wa ...

Drones need to be regulated

Recently, a person interfered with the Baxter Grade Fire that threatened homes and lives by flying a drone in the firefighters’ flight paths. Chances are, so he could get his ...

Check meaning of 'ghetto'

I take serious offense to Mr. (Don) Stewart’s referral to the older part of Lincoln as the ghetto (page 4, July 23, “Lincoln Library is appreciated”). While the r ...

The Greatest Generation

The Greatest Generation Recently, The Messenger did a profile article on Vern DeVincenzi (front page, June 11), an 88-plus–year-old senior softball player in Lincoln Hills. ...

Community support for family appreciated

When I heard that my longtime companion, Vern, had passed away, I went to the Del Webb field and told one of the board members. He pulled the umpire, Jeff Greenberg, aside. As th ...

Be good neighbors

Hi, I am all for conserving water. One of the recommended ways is to mulch. That is all well and good but that just makes for more places for the neighbor cats (that their owne ...

Class of ’65 reunion

Where are they? Class of ‘65: Roy Arnel Susan Barbato Mary Bruner Lamont Crogh Wayne Degrat Stephen Elenberger Jose Enriquez Albert Estes Peggy Henry Lind ...

Good people do exist

I came across Oscar quite by accident ... totally my fault. Can you imagine leaving your wallet in the Roseville Post Office the day before a business trip? Yikes. That is exac ...

Thanks, Clark and Derosier

The Summer Reading Program at the Twelve Bridges is nearing the end for the year 2015. A salute to Linda Derosier and Nancy Clark (retired in May) for the hard work and planning ...

Library appreciated

I wasn’t brought up to express just positive thoughts; in fact my wife who is very positive keeps reminding me about how negative I am.   My yoga instructor has even i ...

Change art show back

In the last issue of The Lincoln News Messenger, Paul Apfel, the president of the Art League of Lincoln (ALL), indicated that a 24-year tradition had been returned to Lincoln. Th ...

Misleading headlines

I was absolutely shocked and dismayed when I opened my recent issue of The News Messenger (July 16, page 6) and saw the headline: “Art League to bring Feats of Clay back to L ...

Art League seeks some input

I was one of the founding members 3½ years ago who started the Art League of Lincoln when Lincoln Arts closed.  The Feats of Clay exhibit and tours was LincolnArts sign ...