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Past articles by Maya:

North Omaha entrepreneur expands mission to help minority businesses prosper

Julian Young is an entrepreneur. He opened his own Scooters coffee location near 30th and Ames in March 2018, making it the first shop for the company in North Omaha. → Read More

Nebraska Hispanic Chamber of Commerce helps businesses move forward

The Nebraska Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is all about supporting entrepreneurs. → Read More

Omaha entrepreneur offers business course to help Latinos start businesses

Armando Salgado, an entrepreneur, is helping Latino businesses in Nebraska grow. → Read More

Omaha Police Department’s Mounted Patrol Unit welcomes new horse ‘Bullet’

Omaha Police Department welcomed a new horse to its Mounted Patrol Unit this week. Thirteen-year-old Bullet, an Appaloosa horse was added to the unit on Tuesday, following a ceremony in front of other officers and his former owners. → Read More

Husband and wife connect the Spanish-speaking community with police and fire departments

Sergio and Ofelia Robles have been married for nearly 33 years. For the last 5 years, together, they’ve put an emphasis on community outreach through their work with first responders. → Read More

Moving Forward: a gym fit for first responders

An Omaha gym caters exclusively to first responders and their wellness needs → Read More

Omaha Food Lovers & local businesses support local pantry

Stacy Winters loves food. So much so, he and others started the group Omaha Food Lovers. Members share reviews and make recommendations for area restaurants and bars and have a big impact on businesses struggling during the pandemic. → Read More

Raygun offers up equality, progressiveness and a side of humor

Raygun is a new store that is all about midwestern humor with a helping of equality. → Read More

Hispanic Heritage Month: Tony Espejo, the beginning of PACE

Antonio Espejo, or Tony as many know him as, is a proud SOB, which many Omahans know refers to a ‘South Omaha boy,’ → Read More

El Museo Latino in South Omaha is full of art and history

Omaha is a city full of history and landmarks. In South Omaha, history was made in the 1990s when El Museo Latino was opened. → Read More

Decommissioned church offers affordable studio space for artists

Cross Lutheran Church has been decommissioned to become a hub for artists - a place where artists can create, work, and even live. The organization is called Reformed Studio and Assembly Space. → Read More

Nonprofit launches tattoo removal program for former inmates

Two community organizations, Heartland Hope Mission an Life House, are working together, filling that gap and giving parents the added support they need. → Read More

Nonprofit in North Omaha to host basketball camp for kids in October

Nonprofit in North Omaha to host basketball camp for kids in October → Read More

Abide Omaha continues focus on revitalizing neighborhoods through Stronger Families

Revitalizing North Omaha, one neighborhood at a time. That’s the mission of Abide Omaha, a nonprofit that was started nearly 31 years ago by Ron and Tawny Dotzler. → Read More

Aksarben Little Free Pantry brings people together during pandemic

When Beth Riley’s birthday was approaching last month, all she asked for was a food pantry to put outside her house. → Read More

Artist creates billboards for LGBTQ+ community in North Omaha

A billboard series in North Omaha is catching the eye of those passing by while helping others move forward. → Read More

Bellevue police officer buys car seats for mom in need during traffic stop

A Bellevue Police officer used his own money to buy a mother in need car seats for her children during a traffic stop. → Read More

Farmer advocates for better working conditions inside food processing plants

One Nebraska farmer is part of an advocacy group working towards better working conditions for food processing plants. → Read More

Siembra Nebraska program provides free healthy food for community

In South Omaha, some gardens are producing more than just food - they’re growing opportunities for the community’s youth. → Read More

Security National Bank creates new job position to focus on diversity

Madeline Moyer of Omaha is excited about her new job position. In July, she became the new Senior Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion at Security National Bank. → Read More