Letters to the Editor

Wearable Art Show coming

  The Art League of Lincoln will be having a Wearable Art Fashion Show as part of our afternoon tea on March 24 at Beermann’s. If you would like to enter one of your a ...

Highway 193 still needs safety

  Patty McAlpin’s Jan. 17th article about “Plans to make Highway 193 Safer” included the comment that the shoulders will be a “full 8-foot” wide ...

Crabfest a huge success

  The Knights of Columbus held one of their three fundraisers on Jan. 12 at the sold-out Pavilion. The five-course meal consisted of soup, salad, shrimp Alfredo pasta, crab, ...

Floccinni missed in ID

  I was sad to read the obit of Doris Floccinni.  Doris was a classy lady.  She used to share donuts with my partner and me in the early mornings when we were rook ...

Make Lincoln really pedestrian-friendly

  Now that the Highway 65 Bypass has made the center of Lincoln and the newly christened Lincoln Boulevard more pedestrian-friendly, I call on the Lincoln City Council to tak ...

Biking columns appreciated

  Thanks for the short, informative and right-on- target articles on cycling safety submitted by Vic Freeman (see page A11). Road safety information and awareness are import ...

Kiwanis Club thanks the community

  Thank you again, Lincoln, for your outstanding, caring, patriotic, generous spirit.  As part of the Lincoln Kiwanis Club’s major fundraising project of selling ...

Parkinson’s awareness at golf tourney

  The Tri-County Parkinson’s Support Group will host a golf tournament on April 13 at Plumas Lake Golf and Country Club. The tournament will help us raise awareness of ...

Dem. Club hosts food drive Saturday

  On Saturday, Jan. 19, the Lincoln Democratic Club is sponsoring a food donation drive for the Salt Mine as the club’s National Day of Service activity.  All res ...

Hooray for school district’s response

  It’s about time the (Western Placer Unified) School District stood up and said “enough!” The city (of Lincoln) made deals with multiple developers that i ...