Linda Stackpoole

Most council candidates like levy

A utility users’ tax seems to be the answer for getting Lincoln out of its current budget crisis. That’s according to three out of four candidates running for City Council in N ...

Two more people to run for City Council

In addition to Stan Nader, two more residents have announced their candidacy for Lincoln’s City Council. Jeff Greenberg and Richard Pearl both said Monday they are running for th ...

Lincoln's past grads see success

Paul Shelgren Class of 1980 Lieutenant with the Lincoln Police Department Paul Shelgren didn’t wait to graduate high school to find work. While attending classes at school, S ...

Gas smell at City Hall not threatening

A gas smell at City Hall Thursday afternoon proved to be non-threatening, firefighters said.City Councilwoman Linda Stackpoole said she smelled gas outside City Hall around 4 p.m. ...

Hearing to be held on cellular tower installation

A public hearing will be at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the McBean Park Pavilion as the Planning Commission considers granting a permit to raise an existing light pole by 16 feet to acc ...

City prevails in wrongful termination suit

After six days of testimony, a jury took less than six hours to find for the defense in a wrongful termination suit against the city of Lincoln. Kathy Kirsan, a former building in ...

Play ball!

It was cold Saturday morning, but that didn't chill the enthusiasm of the kids on the more than 60 floats celebrating Opening Day of Little League “ and the grand opening of Linc ...