Books about Lininger:

booksLininger thankful for chance to serve.(Government)(He and other commissioners exchange praises as he leaves office... (Jul 31, 2005)

booksLininger's speedy exit.(Editorials)(Co... announces resignation)(Editori... An article from: The... (Jul 30, 2005)

booksLininger stakes South to win.(Prep Roundup)(The big man's double-double helps the Axemen hold off Thurston at... by Unavailable (Feb 1, 2013)

booksDied, Jesse L. Lininger, Jr., 64.(notes from the EDITORS)(Brief Article)(Editorial)(... An article from... (Apr 19, 2005)

booksFormer commissioner stays in the limelight.(Governmen... Lininger says he won't stop being an involved citizen... (Jul 31, 2005)

booksProposed plant generates debate.(Business)(Gary Marcus and Tom Lininger tell of the pros and cons of the energy... (Aug 1, 2005)

booksCommissioner Lininger resigns from county board.(Politics)(In office since January, he is taking a job with the... (Jul 31, 2005)


Wiki information Lininger:

Ann Lininger

Ann Lininger is a Democratic politician from the U.S. state of Oregon. She serves in the Oregon House of Representatives representing District 38, which includes most of Lake Oswego and portions of southwestern Portland.

George W. Lininger

"George W. Lininger", was an implement dealer, art collector, private gallery owner, and civic leader in Omaha, Nebraska. Many of the art works Lininger collected became the foundation of the permanent collection at the Joslyn Art Museum in Omaha.