Opinion

The strange things people do

If your last name was Oscopy, would you name your kid Colin?  That actually happened.  The guy grew up to be an engineer but his parents, if they were thinking cle ...

'The Interview’ just a goofy comedy, not deserving all the recent political hype

With so much controversy surrounding “The Interview,” it’s almost anti-climactic watching the film and realizing it’s not much more than a goofy lark that g ...

Happy New Year, Lincoln residents and businesses

I believe that every day is a gift. On birthdays of my family and friends, I get extra sentimental as I celebrate their special day and how much they mean to me. And on New ...

High school hi-jinks Part three – keeping us out of trouble

In all their efforts to keep us out of trouble, there were a few other questionable presentations, besides the marijuana movies.  There was even a movie dealing with pregnanc ...

‘The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies’ should have stopped before

With Peter Jackson’s “Hobbit” trilogy coming to a close, it’s easy to look back and come to a simple conclusion: “Lord of the Rings” this isn&rs ...

‘The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies’ should have stopped before

With Peter Jackson’s “Hobbit” trilogy coming to a close, it’s easy to look back and come to a simple conclusion: “Lord of the Rings” this isn&rs ...

Cycling resolutions for a more pleasant ride

I don’t really make New Year’s resolutions.  If one needs to be better about doing something or changing something or learning something, do it now.  W ...

Merry Christmas, goodbye 2014 and welcome 2015, all within a week’s period

At first glance, it could seem almost irreverent to devote almost half  of this week’s newspaper to the past year’s achievements, events and challenges since to ...

Lincoln Chronicles for Dec. 25

1 YEAR AGO Dec. 25, 2013 - George Dellwo’s final thoughts on Lincoln – City’s assistant director of development services retires Monday – When The News ...

Keep Art League of Lincoln at home

       Thanks to the City Council for maintaining the Art League of Lincoln in its home at 580 6th St.  The contributions to the community of Lincoln ...