Scene to be Seen

Lincoln Hills honors residents Oct. 14

A wide brim ... Lincoln Hills Foundation presents Hats Off II on Friday, Oct .14, in Orchard Creek Ballroom, 965 Orchard Creek Lane. The foundation’s second annual dinner event ...

Glad ‘Scene’ back in print

Hi Kathy (Dorsey) and Jeeves, Just want to say that I’m glad you’re back in print. Your column does a real service to the community with your promotion of special community eve ...

Reader glad to see return of Scene to Seen column

Welcome back, Kathy (Dorsey) and Jeeves. Their candid observations are refreshing and well-received in this household. I particularly like their reasons for returning. We should al ...

Jeeves, Kathy appreciates support

Jeeves and Kathy wish to extend our sincere appreciation to the many readers who wrote letters to the editor, e-mails and cards, telephoned, stopped by and sent flowers to express ...

‘Jeeves’ is first page we turn to

Editor Carol Feineman, it is important that we thank you for your leadership and dedication to Lincoln. My wife, Bettye, and I chose Lincoln for its small-town atmosphere and the f ...

Fan wants ‘Scene’ to resume

It is sad to me, when one so talented, would have to stop writing because of the actions of a few (July 28, page A10, LNM “Gertrude Stein would have liked the city of Lincoln”) ...

Community needs Kathy and Jeeves

I was appalled and saddened to read in the Lincoln News Messenger that Kathy and Jeeves’s (Scene to be Seen) column will no longer be a staple of our community’s newspaper. I e ...

Jeeves tells the truth

I just read with sadness, about the retirement of the “Voice of Reason” in Lincoln, Jeeves. He has been my hero throughout many hours reading The Lincoln Messenger for news of ...

Reader will miss Kathy and Jeeves

I was saddened to read that Kathy Dorsey will no longer be contributing her Scene to be Seen column to The Lincoln News Messenger. It is disheartening that the mean-spirited action ...

Kathy and Jeeves reported the truth

In 1994, when we first moved here, Lincoln was a small, cozy place filled with friendly, welcoming citizens. Soon, our town experienced growing pains but it sustained its small-tow ...