Letters to the Editor

Letter writers "intrepid"

Congratulations to those intrepid letter writers: Ken Campbell, Angelo Andriani, Jr., Dorothy James, and David Frink. They told it like it is! Their letters speak for many concerne ...

Dave Rizzardo a hypocrite

What a hypocritical bunch of nonsense espoused by Dave Rizzardo. The liberals in all walks of life criticized Gov. Sarah Palin, mocking her Down syndrome child's face, even claimin ...

Reader enjoys Lincoln Chronicles

Thank you to whomever decided to add the Lincoln Chronicles to the paper. My family and I have been living in Lincoln for eight years now, and I always enjoy reading about past eve ...

Lighthouse thanks Celebrity Waiter Luncheon supporters

I would like to add my personal thanks to all those who contributed to the success of the 3rd Annual Celebrity Waiter Luncheon benefiting the Lighthouse Counseling & Family Resourc ...

Writer thanks supporters

I'd like to thank those that supported Lincoln High School Cross Country by purchasing fireworks at our stand. Your support is greatly appreciated. Doug Croall, Head Coach, LHS X ...

Support for parade baby

If you were the patriotic citizen you have purported yourself to be, then you would not be questioning the patriotism of others exercising the right to speak their opinions. We sho ...

Letter writer shares complete Adams quote

It is interesting that the News Messenger story on July 2 (Big Plans Saturday) ended with a quote from John Adams. Allow me to share the complete John Adams quote according to Davi ...

Family thanks firefighters, neighbors

We would like to express our appreciation to everyone who helped with the fire that threatened our ranch on Thursday, June 25. Many individuals and agencies came together to help i ...

City to blame for Rainbow Market emptiness

Well now we know why the old Rainbow facility is still empty. The City of Lincoln Redevelopment Bureaucracy is demanding a facelift to the building amounting to some $3.5 million! ...

Placer County Child Support fails in support

Five years ago, my three minor children and I moved to Placer County hoping to find a new community in which to live and thrive. We had hoped that Placer would fit the bill. When ...