Letters to the Editor

Mary Ann Kollenberg’s family thanks community

The family of Mary Ann Kollenberg would like to extend their heartfelt thanks to all of those who supported us during our time of sorrow.  Words can’t express what the ...

Lincoln residents are honest

Lincoln residents are honest I stopped by the Sun City vegetable market this morning (Aug. 19 at the Orchard Creek parking lot).  In paying for some of the beautiful vegetabl ...

Define the term 'litter'

I’ve been trying to arrive at a universal definition for “litter.” The dictionary defines it as “untidiness; rubbish.” According to our anti-litte ...

Reflecting on racial unrest

A patrol car drives through a neighborhood and curious residents begin to gather outside. Eventually, the patrol car finishes its tour and finds its way to repeat this scenario wit ...

Support for a 24/7 shelter

We now know that Right Hand Auburn wants the county to pay $150,00 for capital improvements to make the DeWitt barracks into a 24/7 shelter with greater capacity, plus $33,000 per ...

Mural project moving along

The first phase of the Lincoln mural project is due to begin soon on the boulevard side of the Family Dollar Store. A call to artists went out in April/May and five entries were r ...

Hold off on new homes

I am wondering why the city of Lincoln is issuing permits to build more and more houses. Where are these houses going to get water? It is everywhere: save water. Can’t we h ...

Consider effects of extra cars on roads

Editor, excellent article (page A9, July 30, “Turkey Creek Estates plan moves forward”). A couple of questions. Can the Planning Commission approve a proposal when th ...

Condemn violaters

Whereas, the Declaration of Independence affirms that mankind is endowed with certain un-alienable rights, among which are Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. Whereas, th ...

Say no to more gas taxes

At a recent City Council meeting, there was mention of possible support for SB16. SB 16 has now been replaced by SB 1 1, and if passed, would cost California motorists even more ...

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 ...