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Alcoholics Anonymous meetings to be held on campus The UNO Recovery Community would like to put information about on-campus Alcoholics Anonymous meetings. AA meetings are...

UNO graduate Nabity plans to streamline government, upgrade tourism

Dave Nabity is one of three Republican candidates running for mayor of Omaha. Though he hasn't held public office before, he has been a part of local and Nebraska politics for years. He is a graduate of UNO and has worked in business with his company, Nabity Business Advisors.
His political contributions to the city and state have centered on protecting small business interests and managing government contracts and spending. In 2009, he founded the Omaha Alliance for the Private Sector which worked on reports regarding fire and police contracts, reorganization of government, and countless other proposals on how to save money and consolidate budgets.  
 


UNO Library makes difference at Children’s Hospital, delivering books

By Jack Spady, Contributor Last Wednesday, the Mabel L. Criss Library at the University of Nebraska at Omaha delivered the books raised during their recent...

Giant water slide company, ‘Slide the City’ sets sights on Papillion, Omaha

By Jackson Taylor, Contributor Papillion city officials have announced that a giant water slide could be coming to the Omaha area this summer. An application for the attraction, called...

Nebraska Shakespeare kicks off anniversary

Kelly Langin ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR To kick off Nebraska Shakespeare’s 30th anniversary, the organization will partner with Aksarben Cinema to present two films based on...

Nebraska Medicine to take all trauma patients in 2015

By Jackson Taylor, News Editor On Tuesday, Jan. 13, the city of Omaha made the announcement that all trauma patients will be transported to the...

Charles Hein, known for his graciousness, will be missed

Charles “Charlie” Robert Hein, 83, of Sabetha, Kan., died peacefully surrounded by family and friends on June 10, 2016. Charlie was born on June...

News You Can Use 3-8-11

News You Can Use 3-8-11