Letters to the Editor

Bypass celebration on Friday fun

We want to thank DeSilva Gates Construction and the city of Lincoln for a well put- together event on the new Lincoln Bypass on Friday. It was so much fun to be able to bike ride ...

Scholarship Bingo set for Saturday Scholarship Bingo set for Saturday Scholarship Bingo set for Saturday

This is our last fundraiser for our scholarship Bingo this year. For those of you who love to play Bingo, we invite you to come on Saturday, Oct. 13 to the Lincoln Veteran’s Ha ...

Why are there still trucks on Lincoln’s main street?

I was at the ribbon-cutting ceremony (Friday) and to the bike ride along the new Lincoln Bypass today. I hear a lot about how the new bypass will relieve Lincoln of gridlock thro ...

Lincoln High School Choir Carnegie update

Lincoln High School’s Choir made themselves, Lincoln High and the town of Lincoln proud last Saturday with their appearance on “Good Day Sacramento” at the CW31 studio! Th ...

Lincoln High School Choir Carnegie update

Lincoln High School’s Choir made themselves, Lincoln High and the town of Lincoln proud last Saturday with their appearance on “Good Day Sacramento” at the CW31 studio! The ...

Gone but not forgotten

When is the last time you had a tire go flat? For me, decades - I’ll bet you can also say that Tires today are built better than they used to be They’re bigger - steel belte ...

American Legion steak dinner set for Oct. 27

The Lincoln American Legion Post 264, which consists of veterans of past wars, would like to invite you to their 24th annual steak dinner on Saturday, Oct. 27. Social hour starts ...

Reporter’s story helps St. Vincent de Paul Society

I would like to commend Patty McAlpin for the excellent article that she wrote about the St. Vincent de Paul Society Friends of the Poor Walk (Sept. 27, page A14, “‘Friends of ...

Residents should keep their focus on what really matters

Last week, Editor Carol Feineman pointed out the importance of our City Council candidates taking the race seriously (Sept. 27, page A4, “ Bloopers so far of the City Council rac ...

Cuenca’s friend urges voters

I would like to introduce you to my friend, Allen Cuenca. Allen is the neighbor who will always show up to help with a project, the first parent to volunteer to help, the first f ...

Police chief says Joiner for council

Strong leadership is the key to the success of our community. In addition to a clear vision and commitment for the city, our leaders must be fully invested in our community, care a ...

Education is the engine of our success

Pay now or pay a lot later. Some of us may remember the old advertisement about motor oil. Check your oil and change it when needed or, at a much greater expense, replace your engi ...

Northern Energy too close to town

It was with great interest that I read Carol Feineman’s Aug. 29 editorial (page A4, “We’re responsible for making sure Lincoln is safe from propane fires”) concerning the p ...

Talk instead of placing hateful notes on car

I wonder if the “Good Samaritan” who puts hateful notes on any vehicle with an Obama sticker on it feels better once he/she has done the deed? It really is too bad that a per ...

Reader says Cuenca can work toward Lincoln being All American City again

I am writing to show my support for Allen Cuenca for Lincoln City Council. I am a 28-year law enforcement lieutenant who has held positions as a commander of an area, as well as th ...