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Past articles by Danielle:

Lost your COVID vaccination card? Don't sweat it, replacing it is easier than you think

Replacing a lost vaccination card can be as easy as filling out a simple form. → Read More

Over Easy Restaurant is closed to due burst water pipes

Frozen pipes burst water through the kitchen and dining room of the Over Easy Restaurant on Monday. → Read More

Husker Nation is ready for a bump, set and spike volleyball team victory

The game is Saturday, Dec. 18 at 6:30 p.m. against Wisconsin and will air on ESPN. → Read More

Omaha Black Firefighters Association working to recruit more women & minorities

Omaha Black Firefighters Association working to recruit more minorities.They have a mentoring program helping mentees prepare for the intense training → Read More

Boys Town is its own independent community; a village with its own mayor and police department

Boys Town is an independent community with its own mayor and police department → Read More

Omaha Public Library accepting applications for art from community

The Omaha Public Library could have just hand-selected its artists in a private selection process. Instead, library officials opened it up to the entire community to get a more diverse group of artists to participate. → Read More

Moving Forward: Expressión de Arte exhibit welcomed by Archdiocese of Omaha

Expressión de Arte exhibit welcomed at Archdiocese of Omaha as part of The Cathedral Art Project that explores unique perspectives shaping our community. → Read More

MOVING FORWARD: Omaha Ethiopian Community welcomes in new leadership

Omaha Ethiopian Community welcomes new leadership. The yearly transition takes place as part of their Julian New Year Celebration. → Read More

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer to be hired by the Douglas County Board of Commissioners

The Douglas County Board of Commissioners is looking to hire a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer. The job closes October 14, 2021. → Read More

Latino Center of the Midlands receives $15,000 grant from Tyson Foods

The Latino Center of the Midlands received a $15,000 grant from Tyson Foods to help with their education classes. → Read More

Ralston and Plattsmouth public schools celebrate "Be Kind Day"

Every year Ralston and Plattsmouth public schools hold an event called "Be Kind Day." → Read More

Ralston High School holds job fair as companies work hard to fill open positions

Companies are offering competitive salaries, increased benefits and training. → Read More

Blacks in Technology organization launches in Omaha

Technology is making the virtual world a reality for minorities as Blacks in Technology starts a chapter in Omaha. → Read More

No More Empty Pots launches food subscription service

No More Empty Pots is launching a food subscription service. For every four meals or three boxes sold, they provide a free meal for those in need. → Read More

Chiro care advances to no longer cracking backs and necks to realign the spine

The pandemic caused people stress, anxiety, and migraines. Some people stopped seeing their chiropractor but Dr. Long at Awaken Chiropractic said the majority of their clients kept coming in as their services were crucial to dealing with some of the COVID-related stressors → Read More

Former NBA player Dwayne Wade and Omaha-born Gabrielle Union-Wade team up for health

Former NBA player Dwayne Wade and Gabrielle Union-Wade teamed up for health as 9 million Americans have missed regular vaccines and doctor appointments. → Read More

Rent recovery help still available for those experiencing financial hardships

If you are at risk of losing your housing, the City of Omaha and the Metro Area Continuum of Care (MACCH) has more than $22 million to give out before the end of 2021 → Read More

NSP is looking to hire troopers who are ready to put boots on the ground

Nebraska State Patrol is in need of more than two dozen men and women for Camp 66. → Read More

Hillcrest Health Services hiring more than 200 employees

Hillcrest Health Services is currently looking to hire hundreds of caring individuals for their growing business. → Read More

Strategic Air Command museum offers interactive experience

Thanks to generous donations and support of guests locally, regionally and even nationally, they are open and ready for visitors once again. → Read More