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There’s always more to the story

Although I attended the Aug. 12th City Council meeting, I appreciated the “back story” on many of the issues (city landfill and signage) discussed at the meeting. I lo ...

It’s Best of the Best time

It’s that time of year when Lincoln News Messenger readers vote for their favorite businesses and people. The Best of the Best ballot is available online and in print. ...

Zebra Tales sponsor school’s egg hunt

Three years ago, then Zebra Tales editor Travis Deuerling wanted to start something fun and the Zebra Tales egg hunt was started. Zebra Tales is the Lincoln High School’s new ...

Did you know a movie actress lived in Lincoln?

From the Lincoln News Messenger archives Thursday, Feb. 20, 1964: Retired ‘Movie Actress’ Now Living in the Lincoln Area – Acreage in rural Lincoln, nestling in ...

Publisher Jean Lund retires

Fourteen of those years, almost half of her career, have been in Lincoln. Besides serving as The Lincoln News Messenger’s  general manager in 2005, and then being named ...

Beth O’Brien becomes News Messenger's new ad manager

Beth O’Brien, an 18-year Gold Country Media employee, is The Lincoln News Messenger’s new ad manager, effective Friday. “I am very excited about my new position ...

Letters not all published

What if you are stuck with a biased, lacking-substance, and aloof editor of your city’s newspaper (rhetorical question)? Well, here in Lincoln – guess it is tough luck. ...

Student defends reputation of Phoenix High

Phoenix High School students Ronnie Ridens, Austin Gomez and Rudy Brito heard rumors about how bad the district’s continuation high school was, but their experience has taugh ...

Differing points of viewCity Council candidates make opposing statements

Will franchising the city of Lincoln’s garbage department result in $45 million to the city for the next 20 years? City Council candidate Peter Gilbert has made this assertio ...