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Resident doesn’t like library’s design
Friday Nov 20 2015
After seven years of living in Sun City Lincoln, I finally took the big step and obtained a library card. The first challenge I faced was access, not to the building but the parkin ...
Kids get hooked on a fish story at library
Wednesday Oct 28 2015
Last Saturday at the library, children grouped in twos and threes leaning forward, eager to hear the tale of a boy and his pet goldfish. Hosted by the Lincoln Library, the &ldquo ...
October means the oak trees are going nuts
Wednesday Oct 21 2015
You’d think it was Christmas Eve. Tip tap. Pitter pat. Reindeer hooves pattering across the roof. But no. It’s October, not December a ...
Lincoln has great volunteers
Monday Oct 19 2015
This week’s Messenger (Oct. 15) had so many interesting articles and Carol Percy's photos were outstanding. Kudos to Rotary’s Book Buddies, ukulele musicians, beau ...
Teacher to add harassment-prevention strategy to classes
Monday Sep 21 2015
I am a third-grade teacher at First Street School. Every year, I pass out Lincoln Library application forms and library hours to my students. I encourage my students and their par ...
Quarterly book sale promises bargains and treasures Saturday
Wednesday Sep 09 2015
Saturday is a great time to get a jump on holiday shopping at the Twelve Bridges Library as the Friends of the Lincoln Library holds a special book sale with hundreds of books, CDs ...
Memorial Day -Museum of the Forgotten Warriors
Wednesday May 20 2015
I hope Lincoln News Messenger readers take it upon themselves to travel just a few miles north of Lincoln toward Marysville. Before reaching Marysville, the traveler turns east on ...
Dresser drawers The magazine, part one
Tuesday May 05 2015
It's an old, old dresser, belonging to my great-grandparents. Old as it was, it seemed as if it had enough life left in it to allow the wood to grow back together, almos ...
High School Hi-jinks Part four - “buzzed”
Wednesday Jan 14 2015
It was the 1950s. If you don’t count cow eyeballs, most school days at Lincoln Union High School moved along pretty calmly, day after day. Classes. Studies. ...
A children’s Christmas story The wooden horseman
Wednesday Jan 14 2015
It was Christmas! The ornaments were so happy! The sleepy loneliness of the rest of the year vanished as soon they were taken out of their tissue-filled boxes. They were thrilled ...
High school hi-jinks Part three – keeping us out of trouble
Wednesday Dec 24 2014
In all their efforts to keep us out of trouble, there were a few other questionable presentations, besides the marijuana movies. There was even a movie dealing with pregnanc ...
Lincoln library should be included in top city services
Friday Dec 05 2014
Lincolnites, With the long weekend at the library, the book drops were sure to fill up and overflow so there was an opportunity to help keep the drops working by pulling out t ...
The long road to Lincoln, Part three: the Flemings reach California
Thursday Oct 30 2014
Albert Fleming’s father, Samuel Fleming, and his two uncles, were true 49ers. After they reached the Gold Country, they branched out across the region to try their luck ...
The long road to Lincoln, Part two: Mormons and 49ers
Thursday Oct 23 2014
Although the Flemings were not Mormon, Samuel’s wife, Ann, had a brother who was Mormon. Their Mormon niece worked as a waitress in the Fleming Tavern. The Mormon settlement ...
Poets Club members have a lot to say
Wednesday Sep 24 2014
What is it with the Poets Club of Lincoln members? They quietly work hard on their writings and, almost as quietly, regularly meet to share those writings. The 100-plus memb ...
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