Carol Feineman

Phone Number: 
Email Address: 

Carol Feineman became editor of the Lincoln News Messenger in November, 2008. For a year and a half prior, she was an editor at The Examiner in San Francisco. From January, 2005 to August, 2007, Carol was editor of Lincoln's sister paper, the Colfax Record, where she learned how important it is to make the local newspaper accessible to as many residents as possible. Carol also worked at the Union newspaper in Grass Valley for seven-plus years as the arts and entertainment editor. After graduating from the University of Florida with a journalism degree and a minor in political science, Carol honed her skills at newspapers in her home state. Working at a paper that focuses on local residents is the main reason Carol moved back here from San Francisco.

Recent Work

South Placer calendar, starting Oct. 26

Friday, Oct. 26 Yoga class is from 9:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. at the Loomis Train Depot, 5775 Horseshoe Bar Road. Book sale sponsored by the Friends of the Loomis Library is from 10 a. ...

Lincoln Physical Therapy expands to larger space

After 32 years as a physical therapist, Lincoln Physical Therapy owner Bret DeWitt is still busy working and not ready to slow down.    In fact, he relocated his office ...

Local author completes second children’s book

Summer Cox recently finished her second inspirational children’s book, “How Sophia Found Her Way.” A musician and family therapist, Cox lives on a rural Lincoln ...

St. Vincent de Paul St. Joseph Conference assists area residents 24/7

Lincoln St. Vincent de Paul Conference, in existence since November 2003, helps area residents in need.   “In our 15 years of existence, the Lincoln SVdP Conferenc ...

Going old school this week

Almost stumped again! Last week’s mystery item was a military-related question and we only received one answer. So this week, we have an easy mystery item to identity in the ...

Kudos to Attitudes Salon & Spa for new flag

   I would like to compliment Nicole of Attitudes Salon & Spa for having her husband, Kevin, install a new American flag at the Old Post Office.     & ...