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Past articles by Steffani:

Positively the Heartland: Bellevue Public Library hosting Makerspace lab through summer

Bellevue Public Library is hosting the Library Innovation Studios this summer. → Read More

Positively the Heartland: Woman collects shoes to fund missionary work

Dehaan joined a six month missionary program called Youth with a Mission. → Read More

Local athletes competing in USA Swim Trials

Swim Trials began Friday in Omaha and several local athletes are competing; they say it's surreal being here at home. → Read More

Omaha Better Birth Project collecting donations for new diaper program

Fresh Start Diaper Program will provide 20 families in Omaha with diapers and wipes for the baby's first year. → Read More

Restaurants struggling to find employees

The restaurant industry is having a particularly hard time finding employees. → Read More

MECA is hiring for College World Series

The Metropolitan Entertainment and Convention Authority (MECA) is hiring for the College World Series this June. → Read More

Glenwood School Board passes mask mandate for the district

On Friday, the Glenwood Community School District Board made the decision to require masks starting on Monday, Nov. 9. → Read More

Toy sales fairing well during pandemic

The pandemic has been challenging for a lot of industries however the toy industry may be an exception. → Read More

Fake Tweet causes school closing confusion in Millard

After our first measurable snow in Omaha, there was a bit of confusion in at least one district Monday morning surrounding a school closing post on social media. → Read More

Omaha Dog Bar coming to Little Bohemia

Omaha Dog Bar is about a month into construction on it’s dog-friendly restaurant/lounge in Little Bohemia, a residential-business district just south of downtown. → Read More

Martin's Hillside Orchard offers outdoor fall fun

About halfway between Omaha and Lincoln, down a country road in Ceresco, Martin's Hillside Orchard is a hidden stop for some fall fun. → Read More

Sinful Burger closing at the end of the month

Sinful Burger announced this week they'll be closing at the end of the month because they can’t make it work anymore. → Read More

Health experts: children primary driver of COVID transmission

About 13 percent of the cases of COVID-19 in Douglas County are in children. → Read More

Nonprofits get creative to meet goals, lower costs

Nonprofit Association of the Midlands surveyed 231 nonprofit organization this Spring; nearly all reported being impacted by COVID-19 and more than half reported significant impacts. → Read More

Nelson Produce Farm offers fall fun, smaller crowds

There are so many fun things to do in the fall but some people are shying away from the crowds at larger pumpkin patches due to the pandemic. → Read More

The Corner Kick recovers from pandemic, opens second location

Despite the hardships of the pandemic, The Corner Kick is expanding to northwest Omaha. → Read More

COVID-19 vaccine trials underway for adults, not yet for children

The late-stage trials we're hearing about now are only for adults. But, they have an obligation to the FDA to study the vaccine in children. → Read More

Cyber attacks becoming more common during pandemic

OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — Cyber attacks, like what's causing Nebraska Medicine to cancel some patient appointments, are becoming increasingly more common. A hospital spokesperson said Thursday they're using a contingency plan that's allowing them to see patients with appointments or surgeries critical to their health. As part of that plan the emergency room remains open. They had no updates to report… → Read More

Parent University expanding reach in northeast Omaha

Parent University, located at the Learning Community Center of North Omaha is growing thanks to a new partnership between Project Harmony and the Learning Community of Douglas and Sarpy Counties. → Read More

Iowa working to close jobs skills gap

There are about 1,100 jobs posted online in Council Bluffs right now and 500 on the Iowa-Works page. → Read More