Omaha companies and civic leaders are sending the right message on diversity. It's crucial to follow up with serious action.
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Step-Up Omaha, a public-private program that provides job training and job opportunities to young people ages 14 to 21, is accepting applicants for 2021.
Dear Amy: My marriage of nearly 40 years has been crumbling for a couple of years now, primarily due to my frustration with my husband's negat…
There is a sweet spot for the number of kids books we kept in our house. It will differ from family to family, but you want to make sure there are enough to give them options but not so many that they take over the house. Below are some tips.
Feel the felt. With "Muppet Babies" returning to the air, Frank Oz starring in "Muppet Guys Talking," a new puppetmurder my stery coming from …
Chris Hughes is not most designers. He is not most people. Which is why he said no to Barney’s, and no to all the rest of them. The 43-year-old Westside High School grad said no, and continued to chase something else: one of the most intriguing Omaha success stories of the Internet era.
The Norfolk second-grader had his dream of being a Husker come true thanks in part to the NU football team and Make-a-Wish Nebraska.
To fully appreciate the Huskers' 6-0 start, you have to remember where they were 50 weeks ago.
Recently, Jane accepted a job at a church as the youth director in the town where we attend college. However, Jane was not fully truthful when applying for this job.