Event Log In
Create Event Account
Coupons & Deals
August 3, 2015
| Your Community Voice Since 1891
Click for weather forecast
Submit a Youth Sports Score
Arts & Entertainment
Food & Wine
Health & Fitness
Letters to the Editor
Messenger Special Editions
Saturday, August 1
Place an Ad
View All Classifieds
Car & Truck Ads
Real Estate Ads
Whiskers and wine take center stage at Feline Rescue fundraiser
Wednesday Jun 06 2012
On Saturday, June 16, FieldHaven Feline Rescue will present its fourth annual Classics, Cats and Cabernet fundraiser from 2 to 7 p.m. at 2754 Ironwood Lane. Tickets are $45 per per ...
To begin with, bold leadership requires truth
Wednesday Jun 06 2012
In response to the column by Stan Nader and Mike Miller (May 31 News Messenger, page A5, ?Bold leadership required?), I am very disturbed by the lack of factual basis for their sto ...
Good news, bad news comes out of government affairs meeting
Wednesday Apr 18 2012
A Tuesday Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce-sponsored meeting had good news and bad news. Lincoln businesses, the bypass and drug and gang activity were discussed during Tuesday m ...
Regional sewer project a go
Wednesday Mar 21 2012
A week later, Lincoln Mayor Spencer Short is still excited that a long-awaited regional sewer project is officially moving forward. The Placer County Board of Supervisors voted Mar ...
Lincoln not headed for bankruptcy, city officials say
Wednesday Mar 14 2012
City officials say Lincoln is not going bankrupt, in light of a March 1 Wall Street Journal article. The article, “California Cities Hit the Wall,” compared Lincoln to Califo ...
Labor dispute conference today
Wednesday Jan 04 2012
The city of Lincoln and Local 39 are scheduled to meet for an informal conference this morning to potentially resolve a labor dispute. The meeting will take place at 10 a.m. at t ...
SACOG presentation in Lincoln
Wednesday Dec 28 2011
Lincoln residents won’t have to travel to Sacramento to learn about a regional Metropolitan Transportation Plan. Councilman Tom Cosgrove, who serves on the Sacramento Area Counci ...
Spencer Short begins his term as mayor
Wednesday Dec 07 2011
Economic development and regional activity are what Spencer Short plans to tackle as Lincoln’s mayor during the next year. Short replaces Paul Joiner as mayor during next Tuesday ...
Supes want closer look at Lincoln-Auburn sewer pipeline
Tuesday Dec 06 2011
Placer County supervisors spent a marathon session Tuesday in an attempt to come up with a solution for ongoing wastewater challenges in North Auburn’s Sewer Maintenance Dist ...
Tuesday Nov 22 2011
A Lincoln city councilman responded to skeptical questions about sewer regionalization during Monday night’s Rural Lincoln Municipal Advisory Council meeting. Placer County Super ...
Council takes watchdog role in SACOG map debate
Wednesday Nov 16 2011
I had to re-watch two-and-a-half hours of the last City Council meeting since much of it seemed like jargon during a sustainable communities strategy presentation. The presentation ...
Funding discussions underway for regional plant
Wednesday Oct 19 2011
The specifics of a regional wastewater treatment plant, including how it would be paid for, are still under debate, but local officials say there could be some movement soon. Aubu ...
Feed Building almost full; benefit barbecue will fill you up
Wednesday Jun 22 2011
Feeding frenzy ... What most Lincolnites refer to as the “Feed Building” is almost full. The Feed Building is located at the southwest corner of Fifth and G Streets in downtown ...
Councilman Short should listen to residents’ solutions
Thursday May 12 2011
Councilman Spencer Short’s comment in Stephanie Dumm’s recent article (May 5 News Messenger, front page, “Fiscal plan group grows”) stating “it’s easy to throw bombs bu ...
Regional wastewater decision will have to wait
Wednesday May 11 2011
Placer County supervisors want more answers on a $92 million regional wastewater solution that would pipe sewage from Auburn and North Auburn to Lincoln. The city of Lincoln provid ...
© Copyright Gold Country Media
Powered By: BCI Interactive