Deaf Neb med student seeks $600K in lawyers' fees
Attorneys for Creighton University say they will fight a request for the Omaha school to pay more than $600,000 in attorneys' fees for a deaf medical student who successfully sued the school for discrimination.
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Thu Mar 13, 2014
The Papillion Times
Creighton, Nebraska med centers to each provide 24/7 trauma service
The Omaha metro area appears destined to learn whether it can support two high-level trauma centers at the same time.
Creighton Star Doug McDermott -- I Love My School ... But The Food Sucks
Well, we know where Creighton University basketball stud Doug McDermott WON'T be celebrating if he wins National Player of the Year - the school cafeteria.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Murder Suspect Has Been Down This Road Before
A judge has ordered Laron Jones to be held without bond for the death of Brandon Samuels last week but the victim's friends worry that Jones may soon be back on the street.
North Platte Bulletin
NSP: First female troop captain
The Nebraska State Patrol announced Tuesday that Lt. Brenda Konfrst is the new Captain in Command of Troop A-Omaha.
Man Lets Kid's Wagon Roll Downhill to Chase a Baseball
DOB: 5-19-61 BIRTHPLACE: Osceola, NE High School: Osceola HS College: BS in Communication Arts Wayne State College Welcome to the ole Bio page! Thanks for listening and showing this much interest in me and the Show!! Okay, a little about me and my family.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Education briefs for Wednesday, March 12, 2014
The following students were among the 253 graduates to receive degrees from Hardin-Simmons University during fall commencement ceremonies Dec. 14 in Behrens Auditorium on the HSU campus: Hardin-Simmons University, founded in 1891, is a private Christian liberal arts university, and has been affiliated with the Baptist General Convention of Texas ... (more)
Warren Buffett -- Bullish on Creighton University
Billionaire Warren Buffett didn't just go to see the Creighton Bluejays play the Villanova Wildcats yesterday ... he looked liked the biggest diehard fan in the building.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
The Papillion Times
Omaha Public Library's recommended reads for March are...
A record-setter wearing No. 3, Doug McDermott has helped lift Creighton to another dimension.
Amateur boxer shot dead while defending woman from abusive boyfriend...
Tragic death: Brandon Samuels, 21, was pronounced dead from a gunshot wound to the neck after being shot at a party for defending a woman A 21-year-old man from Omaha, Nebraska, was fatally shot in the neck Thursday night while trying to defend a woman during a party after a Miley Cyrus concert.
Kelly: Omaha Press Club Show pokes fun at the news in the name of journalism
The annual Omaha Press Club spoof of public figures is always good for laughs, and this year it's a real "Laugh-In."
Thu Mar 06, 2014
The York Daily Record
Official says accused principal came recommended
A principal accused of setting fire to the North Dakota high school where he worked had passed background checks and came recommended by clergy and mentors in other states, a school official said Thursday.
Walter Cronkite Signs Off .. 33 years ago
If you're under age 35, you wouldn't remember this. But it was a significant moment in television broadcast history ..
Study: Cost Causes Students To Say 'No' To Top-Choice Schools
College freshman are getting accepted to their first-choice schools, but deciding not to attend.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Toby Keith's "Shut Up and Hold On" Tour Dates/Venues
DOB: 5-19-61 BIRTHPLACE: Osceola, NE High School: Osceola HS College: BS in Communication Arts Wayne State College Man, I can't believe you've dug this far into the 'Woody' page! Either you're incredibly bored or ... you've gotta be bored.
Bankers: Rural Mainstreet Economy Moves Into Negative Growth Territory
BANKERS: RURAL MAINSTREET ECONOMY MOVES INTO NEGATIVE GROWTH TERRITORY Mar. 4, 2014 Source: Creighton University news release The Rural Mainstreet economy moved into negative growth territory according to the February survey of bank CEOs in a 10-state area.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
The Papillion Times
Grace: Comfort of a hospital chaplain goes beyond prayer
Much of the spiritual healing a hospital chaplain provides comes from listening, says Dorothy Lawson, team leader for pastoral services at Creighton University Medical Center.
The Daily Freeman-Journal
Economist to study impact of ag park
Cargill and CJ Bio America together employ about 320 people in Webster County, but the economic impact of those companies extends well beyond the wages paid to those employees, according to leaders of the Greater Fort Dodge Growth Alliance.
Academic Awards & Achievers
George administers multiple class sites throughout an eight-county area that offer adult education classes to help participants prepare for the high school equivalency test, improve their skills to begin higher education or to learn English as a Second Language.
Midwest economy: February state-by-state glance
The Institute for Supply Management, formerly the Purchasing Management Association, began formally surveying its membership in 1931 to gauge business conditions.