Letters to the Editor

Perpetrator(s) harms bike rider during Tour de Lincoln

The Tour de Lincoln was meant to showcase the beauty of the Lincoln foothills and to support the numerous charities which the volunteers support. The ride instead turned into a rid ...

Regina Bateson gets resident’s vote

Election primaries are around the corner in June, and I know that many of my friends and neighbors in Loomis, Granite Bay and Placer County will be voting for Tom McClintock becaus ...

Molly Walker supports Regina Bateson

Regina Bateson is the candidate to beat McClintock. Regina Bateson: • is the candidate with national security experience, was on the ground as a consular officer in Guate ...

Principal Jay Berns would benefit any district

Re: “We will miss the Zebra in chief” (Another View, May 3, page 4) is very eloquent and well-thought-out. Principal Jay Berns is a natural when it comes to working wi ...

Lincoln Police Department deserves our thanks

The officers of the Lincoln Police Department deserve our gratitude for their diligence in policing our community.  It’s no secret that people who use drugs frequently ...

Water restrictions don’t seem to apply to all businesses

I would like to comment on the issue of water usage and restrictions in the city of Lincoln. As water is precious to all of us and restrictions are implemented by the county and c ...

Lincoln Police Department volunteer helps king snake

I am writing to tell you about dramatic rescue in a Lincoln park with the aid of a Lincoln police department volunteer. My wife, Virginia, and I were enjoying our first visit to Co ...

New lighting in Woman’s Clubhouse

     After 94 years, the Woman’s Club of Lincoln clubhouse has new lighting, thanks to the generous donation of Vicki Reliford who selected the sconces and glo ...

Jessica Morse is ready for Congress

Vote By Mail ballots will arrive soon in the second week of May.  Candidate Jessica Morse’s work for our national security has included positions in defense, diplomacy ...

Has anyone addressed household garbage and storm drains?

Regarding the recent editorial on the ban on plastic bags (March 29 Lincoln News Messenger page 4, “Bring a recyclable bag or two when going to the store”). Please tell ...

AIM to hold human-trafficking fundraiser

Thank you so much for writing positive awareness articles on human trafficking. For the past six years, I have employed, educated and housed gals that were rescued from human traff ...

Thanks for a successful Mt. Pleasant Country Store

The Mt. Pleasant Hall Committee would like to thank everyone who contributed to the success of the March 3 Mt. Pleasant Country Store and 100th birthday party. Many people, b ...

City Council votes to ‘do the right thing’

I would like to start by thanking the City Council for voting 5-0 (Tuesday) to refund all illegally-taken money back to the implementation of the unlawful water rates. But most im ...

Super that students can stand up against school violence

I am an old geezer, a former schoolteacher (Sierra College) and I wish to applaud the Lincoln school district (Western Placer Unified School District) for allowing their students t ...

Let’s put common-sense gun laws in place

Having served on local school boards for almost 30 years, one of my major concerns has been the safety of children and staff of the school districts. The Roseville City School Dis ...