Letters to the Editor

Kim's starts New Year's Eve tradition

You can add one more breed of wild animal to the list seen at Kim’s Country Kitchen. Some self-proclaimed “coyotes” showed up among the revelers to usher in the New Year. Ki ...

Holiday parade and tree lighting bigger this year

On behalf of the Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce and the Lincoln Volunteer Center, we’d like to thank all those who participated in the annual Holiday Parade and Christmas-tree ...

Support All-Stars Castillo and Tryon from the Zebras

Lincoln Fighting Zebras varsity football players J.J. Castillo (No. 45) and Jacob Tryon (No. 77) will represent Lincoln in the News 10 Holiday All-Star football game Saturday Dec. ...

Chiaratti family thanks community for support

The Chiaratti family would like to thank everyone for sharing a kind word, a prayer, sending cards, flowers and even the wonderful food. My mother will be deeply missed not only ...

Kindness of strangers found in face of tragedy

On Aug. 29, I was returning home from work and was shocked to find my beloved cat of 13 years, Wallace, killed in the street on Wildcat across from Margaret Azavedo Park. I was in ...

Supes’ decision to give rent reprieve appreciated

We are so grateful to the Board of Supervisors for recognizing the valuable service FRIENDS provides to the county and the community. The 12-month rent reprieve will give us an o ...

Address golf-cart issue

I am a resident of Sun City Lincoln Hills. I own a golf cart. On occasion, I use the Fairway Valley Lane access to Orchard Lodge. As I read the article of Dec. 10 in the Lincoln ...

Salary for new manager position seems high

Nothing personally against the newly-hired assistant city manager. However, to give a $145,000-plus salary to a single person without even a family to raise in these tough econom ...

Zebras thank community

The Lincoln Fighting Zebras would like to thank Far West Rents for the use of the trailer, Walmart for the goalpost garland and the Chamber of Commerce for the fee discount, all fo ...

County should be proud of football teams

Placer County has much to be proud of in the area of high school football this year. Lincoln High, Whitney High, Placer High, Del Oro High and Rocklin High all made the playoffs. ...