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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 ...

Notable Lincoln athletes

 The first in a series of articles on Lincoln, its parks, and its people   Part I - The early days   For as far back as anyone can remember, Lincoln has been a t ...

Introducing Lincoln … Past, Present and Future by Mabel Ahart

Editor’s note: The following newspaper entry was compiled by Shoni Jones. No editing changes are made to the copy so that the entry appears as originally published from Feb. ...

Stop propane fires in your town by attending council meeting

I only have one more chance to persuade readers to show up to next Tuesday’s Lincoln City Council meeting. Next Tuesday is when the five councilmen will decide whether to re ...

Art League rep thanks Gladding, McBean

  As a citizen of Lincoln and executive director of the Art League of Lincoln, I would like to say thank you to Gladding, McBean for 138 years (but especially the last 25) of ...

Saddened at loss of venue

  I was sorry to learn about the cancelation of the Feats of Clay event. Having moved to Lincoln just a couple of years ago, I told a number of friends to be sure to attend t ...

Art League of Lincoln scopes out New Digs

  The Art League of Lincoln’s board poured through the doors leading into the second floor of the old City Hall Monday, their mood ebullient, their talk as excited as s ...

Art League of Lincoln needs a home, community support

  The new Art League of Lincoln deserves the community’s thanks and now support. The nonprofit organization is working hard to bring art and culture to the community. ...

Local artist featured on magazine cover

Local artist Jean Cross, whose husband Dan is the sales manager for Gladding, McBean, won first place in a photo competition. Her photo was taken in Bar Harbor, Maine, when the c ...