September 11 memorial at Lied Center honors citizenship, sacrifice

On Sunday, members of the Bellevue Volunteer Fire Department, the Bellevue Kiwanis club, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10785 and representatives from the Bennington Volunteer Fire and Rescue department teamed up with more than 200 members of the local Patriot Guard Riders to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.  

On display for the ceremony was a three-ton steel I-beam relic from the World Trade Center, donated by the New York and New Jersey Port Authority.


VIDEO: Nebraska Senator wants NGO’s to think twice about Refugee Resettlement

https://youtu.be/52tram0MtPc Marin Krause Contributor “I think that if this bill was passed two years ago, I wouldn’t be standing here,” says Shafiq Jahish, who was granted a...

Mayor Stothert’s State of the City address covers crime, economic growth

By Jack Spady, Contributor On Feb. 25 Omaha Mayor Jean Stothert delivered her State of the City address. Opening with positivity, Stothert spent time discussing Omaha’s past,...

Conference teaches business side of public relations

We are a generation of creators. We are a world of sharers. And more than ever we walk amongst entrepreneurs. The Internet and social media are still budding entities, but they have already inspired us in ways that have helped people embody more of these qualities.
 


UNO Public Safety releases Timely Warning Bulletin after assault/attempted kidnapping

Jessica Wade EDITOR-IN-CHIEF UNO campus safety released a timely warning bulletin at 8:59 p.m. Wednesday evening in response to an assault and possible attempted kidnapping. “UNO’s Department...

Students take part in disaster drill

Jessica Wade EDITOR-IN-CHIEF University of Nebraska at Omaha senior and emergency management major Kain Martin spent Saturday morning in Methodist Hospital as a 17-year-old girl with...

Bounds chosen as NU President, Life-long educator brings experience and high hopes to Nebraska

By Jackson Taylor, News Editor After a long and much-anticipated wait, the University of Nebraska school system has a new president. After two hours of...

Omaha Public Library’s June Family Fair celebrates Emancipation Proclamation

Mark your calendars. The Omaha Public Library's Charles B. Washington Branch will host its 13th annual June Family Fair on June 27. The Juneteenth celebration...