The fourth and fifth grade students spent Tuesday morning assembling and packing meals at Hearts and Hands Against Hunger. Kindergarten through third grade students packed lunches for Catholic Social Services.
Mayor Leirion Gaylor Baird and Lincoln Transportation and Utilities (LTU) officials today said that the latest expansion of Lincoln’s Biosolids Program will bolster the city’s innovative efforts to secure economic and environmental benefits from waste materials.
A line of people wrapped through the halls for most of the day waiting in line to get inside the Health and Human Services hearing room for a chance to speak for or against making the state’s abortion law more strict.
Thursday, a coalition of journalists and their supporters will take the records manager for the Nebraska Department of Environment and Energy before a judge in a fight over a public records request with a $44,103 price tag.