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Part One: The long road to Lincoln
Wednesday Oct 15 2014
Editor’s note: To see all of Jane Tahti’s columns, check online at lincolnnewsmessenger.com. In the 1840s, Samuel Fleming was in the midst of a good life in Warsaw, Il ...
Guided thistles - I mean missiles
Wednesday Oct 08 2014
It may not be common knowledge today, but during the Cold War, the Russians knew all about Lincoln. Never mind the Strategic Air Command, based a few miles north of Lincoln at Bea ...
The real nightmare - Part three of a three-part series
Wednesday Oct 01 2014
“Where’s Jane?” I wasn’t on the Sleeping Porch so I didn’t hear my parents ask the question. But I knew the answer. In fact, I knew right where I w ...
Council demands new look at cleanup costs for old landfill
Thursday Sep 25 2014
Lincoln City Council spent 90 minutes at Tuesday night’s council meeting sparring with city staff about what should be done to clean-up the old Virginiatown landfill. They di ...
The “She Wolf of London” comes to Lincoln: Part one
Wednesday Sep 17 2014
I was a little scared. No. I was really scared. Usually I didn’t walk home alone at night from the theater, just one block away. Usually my older brother was on duty, bare ...
Mother Goose on the Loose a successful program
Thursday Sep 11 2014
Thank you so much for the great article by Allie Schwartz and photos by Carol Percy about the "Mother Goose on the Loose" program at the Lincoln Library (front page and A ...
Mother Goose on the Loose – The Most Successful Program at the Library
Thursday Sep 11 2014
Betty Gordon, Lincoln resident of 14 years and active member of The Friends of the Lincoln Library, is a big part of making the Mother Goose on the Loose program possible at the Li ...
Living with lizards - Part one
Wednesday Aug 27 2014
Lizards and snakes and bugs, oh my! No, we’re not dancing down the yellow brick road with Dorothy and friends, although we once had a scarecrow that scared one of the ...
Part two: more on fig leaves
Thursday Aug 21 2014
Editor’s note: This is part two of a two-part column about figs. It includes some fun facts about figs and a poem written in 2000. See all of Jane Tahti’s columns at li ...
Part two – Rocks have their own history
Wednesday Aug 06 2014
Editor’s note: This is part two of a two-part series on the journey of Lincoln rocks. See all of Jane Tahti’s columns at lincolnnewsmessenger.com. My kitchen tab ...
Library temperatures will be better next movie night
Thursday Jul 31 2014
The Friends of the Lincoln Library wish to apologize for the uncomfortably warm temperature in the Willow Room during Family Movie Night on July 19. The problem has been so ...
Part One – Rocks have their own history
Wednesday Jul 30 2014
Rocks can be so special. Once you find them and once you value them, they last forever. They don’t droop or wander off. They sit still on your windowsill. In your flowerb ...
Part Five - Lincoln’s Postmistress
Wednesday Jul 23 2014
This is part five of a five-part series on how Kitty Maitland Fleming arrived in Lincoln. The family story begins in London and Glasgow, moves to Sydney, Australia, and reache ...
Part Four - Deferred Destination
Wednesday Jul 16 2014
This is part four of a five-part series on how Kitty Maitland Fleming arrived in Lincoln. The family story begins in London and Glasgow, moves to Sydney, Australia, and ...
Voices of Lincoln Poetry Contest
Tuesday Jul 15 2014
The countdown to the July 26 contest entry deadline has begun. The 10th annual Voices of Lincoln Poetry Contest is in its final month. Poets are invited to submit a maximum of thr ...
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