Dick Anderson, David Dahle and Susan Wahlke are the three candidates running for Lincoln City Mayor in the Nov. 6 General Election. Anderson and Wahlke are current Lincoln City councilors and …
The Lincoln City Council got an up close and personal view of the new proposed $12.6 million city police building Monday night, Oct. 15, during a council work session.
Possible options for both a short and long-term solution to Lincoln City's homeless crisis appear to be in the works at Lincoln City Hall.
Editor's Note: The Lincoln City City Council is expected to discuss the city's policy on homelessness during its 5:30 p.m. work session on Monday, Oct. 15.
In an effort to increase community safety and respond to public concerns about the use of illegal fireworks, Lincoln City Manager Ron Chandler is moving forward with a two-point campaign.
The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office – Emergency Management Division and the National Weather Service (NWS) in Portland welcome those with an interest in the weather to attend an upcoming weath…
On October 10, two Lincoln County Sheriff's Office Corrections deputies were assigned to provide court security in room 305 of the Lincoln County Courthouse.
The Lincoln City Council has approved a nearly $60,000 contact to RK Concrete Construction of Otis to add flashing beacon lights at the intersection of North 21st Street and Highway 101.
Lincoln City voters will select a new mayor in the Nov. 6 General Election. Councilors Dick Anderson and Susan Wahlke and businessman David Dahle are the three candidates in the race.
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