Friends of the Lincoln Library

Support the Friends of the Lincoln Library in its membership drive

Today, I renewed my Friends of the Lincoln Library membership, I am showing my support to the Friends in their goal to keep the Twelve Bridges Library open as much as possible ...

High School Hi-jinks Part four - “buzzed”

It was the 1950s. If you don’t count cow eyeballs, most school days at Lincoln Union High School moved along pretty calmly, day after day.  Classes. Studies. ...

Library staff appreciates white goose donation

Would the lovely lady who donated the large white goose to the Mother Goose on the Loose program at the library please stop by or call us?  We would like to thank you properl ...

The long road to Lincoln, part six: horses! horses! horses!

In 1852, Samuel Fleming had reunited with his family and settled back into life on the Mississippi River. But not for long. In his three-year absence, he had crisscrossed the Gol ...

The long road to Lincoln, part five: the homecoming

An interim note regarding The Long Road to Lincoln series. At this point, I realize that the title for this series should have been the Long Long Long Long Road to Lincoln.  ...

Special authors’ presentation Saturday at the library

The public is invited to hear local authors from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Lincoln Twelve Bridges Public Library. Friends of the Lincoln Library sponsors the free event. This ...

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 ...

Friends’ book sales continue

Once again, Linconlites and those in the Lincoln area came forward to help make the third large book sale of the year a success to the tune of $1,114. The funds will go toward sup ...

The garden’s a zoo – Part three of the three-part series

Editor’s note: To see all of Jane Tahti’s columns, check online at lincolnnewsmessenger.com. During the summer, our kids became experts at tomato worm removal. The bi ...

Praying or preying? - Part two

It’s peaceful out in the garden.  There’s nothing’s scary, except for that moment that every gardener has experienced:  the moment when your eyes finall ...