Opinion

State Water Resources Control Board renders actions Lincoln has taken over the last 20 years moot

On May 5, I represented the city of Lincoln at one of the most important meetings in the last 20 years. It was a regular meeting of the State Water Resources Control Board focused ...

Memorial Day -Museum of the Forgotten Warriors

I hope Lincoln News Messenger readers take it upon themselves to travel just a few miles north of Lincoln toward Marysville. Before reaching Marysville, the traveler turns east on ...

Lincoln golf breaks new ground

The Lincoln High golf team ended the season with a 7-3 record in duals this season. Knowing that we were in a great position to clinch second in the Pioneer Valley League, we still ...

Students get gift of books

Carlin C. Coppin Elementary School staff and students would like to thank the DeLoach Family for their generous donation of books and gift cards to our library. They were given in ...

Thanks for all your help

We lost our beautiful Labrador retriever, Honey on Tuesday May 5. Actually, she got out of her collar at the Starbuck’s by Safeway, on Highway 65. My two sons and husband w ...

A modest proposal

With the current drought here in California, let’s get serious about saving water, folks. I propose the implementation of “CACCA,” the California Affordable Cr ...

CCS says thank you

CCS says thank you All of the students, parents and teachers would like to say hurray to the community of Lincoln for banding together to help our school meet their SOS (Save Our ...

Big Day of Giving was a success

As co-founders of the Lincoln Theatre Company in Lincoln, we are so appreciative of the recent donations made by our friends and family to our nonprofit organization on the Big Day ...

America's ClayFest III continues through May

America’s ClayFest III is in mid-stride with just three weeks remaining to see the ceramic art from the student division at the Art League of Lincoln’s 580 Sixth St. ar ...

The Magazine, part three Cuba, curds and Lazy Liver candy

Apparently, many Victorian women were itching to break loose from their corsets and try their luck at earning some spending money.  Toward this liberated end, the magazi ...