Opinion

Provide a breakdown on the $60 million expenses

Sixty million dollars is a lot of money. I want Lincoln children to have the best possible educational facilities and $60 million should buy a lot. The (Sept. 18 front-page) arti ...

Consequences of a moratorium

The petition to place a moratorium on building permits originates with good intentions but is not the appropriate tool in guaranteeing water for Lincoln from the Placer County Wate ...

Resident says vote for Christine Colvin

Hello voters, I met a wonderful woman by the name of Christine Colvin who is running for City Council in our town. She absolutely has 100 percent of her heart for this city. She i ...

It’s all about safety, not anger

There has been much back and forth lately about cyclists and vehicle drivers not being able to get along.  I would like to point out something to the cyclists. Those of us wh ...

Resident says to vote for Stan Nader

I’ve said it many times before and I will say it many times again before the Nov. 4 Election: “Stan Nader is the best choice for City Council!” Dave and I have k ...

New season, new coaches, new hope

At first glance, one would have to say that Lincoln High’s fall sports programs do not look as if headed for success, but looks can be deceiving. Nearly all the Fighting Zeb ...

My parents' nightmare: Part two

Editor’s note: To see all of Jane Tahti’s columns, check online at lincolnnewsmessenger.com. I was having a nightmare and the She Wolf of London was playing the part o ...

Learn about your roots

Have you been inspired by shows such as “Who Do You Think You Are?” and “Finding Your Roots” to start tracing your family tree?  Or maybe you&rsqu ...

McBean Park—a Lincoln treasure

The fourth in a series of articles on Lincoln, its parks, and its people   Every town needs a primary city park. In San Francisco, it is Golden Gate Park. For Sacramento, i ...

Poets Club members have a lot to say

What is it with the Poets Club of Lincoln members? They quietly work hard on their writings and, almost as quietly, regularly meet to share those writings. The 100-plus memb ...