Carol Feineman

Enjoy the holiday spirit, whatever your religion may be

The holiday spirit is in full force. That’s true, even in the face of last week’s constant rain and heavy winds that led to the postponement of the Dec. 1 Christmas par ...

Don't get behind a steering wheel if you're drinking

When smart friends make excuses about acquaintances driving home from a get-together after consuming several drinks, I’m speechless. My friends will say it’s the firs ...

Give Phoenix High School students a chance

Most Lincoln residents don’t realize Phoenix High School exists. The continuation high school, located next door to Lincoln High School, doesn’t have a football team. ...

Race is more than just choosing a candidate

Although the City Council race began July 16, it seems twice as long than the past three months of campaigning by nine candidates for three seats. The race has been tough because ...

Residents should be informed about local up to federal candidates

We’ve focused the past few months on the fast-approaching Lincoln City Council election. We want residents to be informed about the qualifications and positions of all nine c ...

How our editorial department works

My apologies to Friends of the Lincoln Library president Karen Jarrell. At last week’s City Council meeting, Jarrell said this Saturday marks the fifth anniversary of the Twelve ...

Show your support by voting

Lincoln is a nice town with a lot of positives. We’re close enough to the Sacramento region yet we retain our own rural-like identity. Neighborhoods are inviting throughout Linco ...

Downtown merchants really need our support

Four months ago, I was reprimanded by Caltrans when I wrote about riding bikes and walking on the beautiful but under construction Highway 65 Bypass. That reprimand is removed for ...

Make time to attend City Council candidate forums

It’s easy for Lincoln residents to be involved in local government. Anyone, who has a question or a suggestion about city operations shouldn’t be shy. While it’s harder to a ...

We're responsible for making sure Lincoln is safe from propane fires

Sometimes it’s easier to take no action. Such is the case facing Lincoln, propane businesses and the railroad tracks built in 1861. High schools and 4,800 downtown homes have s ...