Carol Feineman

Carol
Feineman
Editor
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916-774-7972
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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

A road well-traveled

  Reflecting back over my 23 years of public service (Western Placer Unified School District 1978 to 1986, Lincoln City Council 1986 to 1994 and Lincoln City Council 2010 to ...

Lincoln calendar, starting Nov. 15

Thursday, Nov. 15 Dare2BeFit workout group meets at 6 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays at Joiner Park, 1701 Nicholaus Road in Lincoln. Free for all levels. Participants bring mat and w ...

Looking Back column

LOOKING BACK From our archives; compiled by Howard Stitt   10 Years Ago Nov. 27, 2008 The first-grade classes of Carolyn Basque and Kathryn Leupp were preparing for a Tha ...

Measure H defeated

The decisive defeat of Measure H, the $60-million Western Placer Unified School District (WPUSD) bond proposal, was a very positive election result. Keep in mind, in 2014, WPUSD p ...

Life in the Bike Lane

  The weather this time of year can present some extra challenges for cyclists in Placer County.   Starting early in the morning means two or three layers to keep warm. ...

What connects us

Connection: a relationship in which a person, thing or idea is linked or associated with something else. These past few weeks, I have been connected to some tragic happenings in t ...