Lincoln Area Archives Museum

History to be a part of downtown vision

The Carnegie Library and Lincoln Area Archives Museum will not be left out of downtown Lincoln’s future plans, although it feels that way to some community leaders. The city paid ...

It's time not to be shy

Are you one of those mirror singers or dancers? Do you like to perform in front of your bathroom mirror where there’s no audience? If so, it’s time you let others see your tal ...

Lincoln’s Got Talent – again

The second annual Lincoln’s Got Talent fundraiser will be Saturday, Jan. 15 at the Lincoln High School’s theater. The fundraiser is sponsored by The Lincoln News Messenger an ...

Festival attracts thousands to downtown

The smoky smell of ribs poured through downtown Lincoln this past Saturday. That’s because the fourth annual Lincoln Rib Festival took over sections of Fifth and F streets Saturd ...

Ribs take over downtown Saturday

Just one week after the legendary Nugget Rib Cook-Off in Sparks, Nev. wraps up, Lincoln will get its own taste of barbecue goodness this Saturday during the fourth annual Rib Festi ...

4 nonprofits get free rent

Three Lincoln nonprofit organizations are still paying $1 annually and one organization nothing to rent city-owned buildings, despite the June 22 City Council decision to no longer ...

Archive Museum ready to roll

Know and Go: What: Lincoln Area Archives Museum’s grand opening When: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday Where: 472 E St., Lincoln Info: 253-9972 With the help of the Native ...

Archives Museum to expand hours

Lincoln has changed quite a bit over its history. For instance, Awful Annie’s used to be a grocery store and a hotel once was where Big O Tires is now. Information like this, and ...

Lincoln's past finds a new home

By Brandon Darnell News Messenger Reporter The Lincoln Area Archives Museum is now open in its new location for visitors and researchers. The archives are at 472 E St., where th ...