Letters to the Editor

Kudos for Jennifer Hanson’s work as city’s public-services director

As residents age in Sun City Lincoln Hills, the need for transportation support services increases. When Placer County held an Unmet Needs Hearing last October, few people attende ...

Some banners still available for Foskett Softball Complex

Several weeks ago, The Lincoln News Messenger published an article titled, “Help Us – Help You – Help Lincoln.” The article requested local businesses and ...

Local politicians have overspent

Our local politicians are admitting they have overspent and they need more of our hard-earned tax money. The Placer County Transportation Planning Agency (PCTPA) just voted 12-0, ...

Councilman thanks community for support of school band

Thank you, Lincoln!  I recently asked for your support in helping our young adults make their way to the San Francisco Airport so they could complete the first leg of their E ...

We must protect our children from sexual abuse

Regarding the letter by Kenneth A. Thoms, (April 28 Lincoln News Messenger, page A4, “Sexual abuse a harsh accusation”) Hillary Clinton did not only protect Bill Clinto ...

Gun violence: is there a solution?

Gun violence continues unabated in America. Everyday, we hear of innocent people from all walks of life being shot and killed by senseless violence. When is it going to end? Obviou ...

Village 1 will make it unsafe for children

It is beyond my level of comprehension why the Lincoln City Council and the Planning Commission of Lincoln are so intent on making our town resemble awful San Jose.   The de ...

Knights of Columbus thanks Lincoln community

The Lincoln Knights of Columbus would like to thank all of those patrons in the local community who attended our annual Crabfest on April 2. The crowd of 325 enjoyed a delicious cr ...

Lincoln Police Chief Rex Marks recognized for his skills

On April 8th, I attended the monthly meeting of the Downtown Lincoln Association as Police Chief Rex Marks was making a presentation to the business community on the homeless situa ...

Do all council members need to attend Cap-to-Cap meetings?

Having read the recent Lincoln News Messenger (front page April 7, “Council to hold special monthly meetings”), I noticed that the April 12 Council meeting had been can ...

New In-N-Out an investment to Lincoln

I wanted to say that I may be in the minority but I am very excited for In-N-Out to come to the Lincoln Crossing area. As a resident of Lincoln Crossing, it has been sad to see th ...

Cannabis heals, not destroys

In response to the “Marijuana destroys” letter to the editor, I would like to clear the smoke on a few things. First off, let’s call marijuana cannabis, its prop ...

Happy anniversary, Sierra Hills Framing and Joe “Professor Rockola” Vigil

A “rocking Good Time” was had by all who attended the Rock ’n’ Roll Extravaganza at Sierra Hills Framing last Friday night. Arranged by myself and DJ Joe Vi ...

Guns versus marijuana

Regarding the (front-page March 24) article, “Council opposes marijuana measure,” I found it almost laughable that Mayor (Spencer) Short said, “… I don&rsq ...

Art League exhibit delightful

The Art League of Lincoln Digital Art Showcase is unique and timely! Wow, what a delightful array of digital art along with animation, illustration and 3D. Once again, I felt prou ...