Letters to the Editor

History appreciated

The Tahti and Fleming families would like to thank Shirley Russell and her crew of volunteers for bringing a priceless gift to Lincoln’s 150th-birthday celebration. On this hi ...

Lincoln police save family $200

On the morning of Sept. 14, I went to take my daughter to school and realized my car keys were gone. I had left them in my car. I looked everywhere. Soon, I realized they had been ...

Please keep Friends around

Friends of Placer County Animal Shelter plays an important role in the county’s reduction of euthanasia and taxpayer’s costs. To lose Friends would be counterproductive to th ...

Fundraiser better than first noted

The quote I presented to you in (this month’s) Inside Lincoln concerning money raised for the Friends of the Library’s History in Motion project was $2,000 to $3,000. What a ...

Community steps up for History in Motion

On behalf of Friends of Lincoln Library’s History In Motion fundraising committee, we extend our sincere appreciation to everyone who helped make this first event for the Lincoln ...

Lincoln High scores hit target goals

We take accountability very seriously in Western Placer Unified School District. We have been working very hard to demonstrate improved academic performance not only to the state ...

Reader didn't find Lincoln Hills casita

Regarding the Sept. 17 letter on A4 of the News Messenger, “Resident says casita violates CC&Rs.” Right after the Sept. 17 issue, I drove back and forth on Del Webb Boulevard ...

Another take on the casita

Another take on the casita A letter in your Sept. 17 issue (page A4, “Resident says casita violates CC&Rs) claims that a recently build back-yard casita at Sun City Lincoln Hi ...

What criteria makes casita an ‘eyesore?’

To respond to the misinformation in Richard Condon’s letter (Lincoln Messenger, Sept. 17, A4, “Resident says casita violates CC&Rs) regarding my new casita: 1. The casita was ...

Disrespectful supervisors need to hear the truth

After attending the (most recent) Placer County board of supervisors meeting, I learned a lot about Placer County. I watched our supervisors spend at least $600,000 in what appea ...