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'Go find them': How Mickey Joseph led a team of teenagers through Hurricane Katrina

Lincoln Journal Star 25 Sep 2022
SAM MCKEWON Omaha World-Herald ... Brown arranged for an impromptu trip to Twin Lakes, a church camp near Jackson, Mississippi ... The scores of Desire Street Academy students were scattered all over the country — Kansas City, Omaha, Utah, Mississippi, Arkansas, Florida, Kentucky, Atlanta, northern Louisiana — but most found refuge in Texas.
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Relieved of duty: Colfax County's last Civil War veteran honored with placard

The Columbus Telegram 22 Sep 2022
"My camp has members in four states and 18 towns," Weber said ... There are five camps in Nebraska, Weber said, located in Wisner, Fremont, Lincoln, Omaha and five counties up for grabs.
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Proposed 'premier' RV park along Platte River dead in the water

News-Press Now 21 Sep 2022
OMAHA — The controversial RV park that was proposed along the Platte River near Valley has been dropped. Brad Brown, who builds high-end homes in the Omaha area, had proposed developing what he described as Nebraska's "premier RV park." ... The land is being sold to someone else instead, the Omaha World-Herald has learned.
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Proposed RV park along Platte River dead in the water

Omaha World-Herald 20 Sep 2022
A look at this months events in the Omaha metro ... Brad Brown, who builds high end homes in the Omaha area, had proposed developing what he described as Nebraska's "premier RV park" along the river near Valley ... Three things we learned, three things we still don't know Omaha high school implements attendance requirement for homecoming dance McKewon.
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Another congregation to move into Westminster Presbyterian's building in Omaha

Omaha World-Herald 16 Sep 2022
The congregation of Omaha’s Westminster Presbyterian Church overcame its fair share of challenges to find a home ... Camp Brewster, the Young Women’s Christian Association camp, had recently opened on the former grounds of the South Omaha Country Club. In 1998, Fontenelle Forest purchased the 82-acre Camp Brewster from the Metro Omaha YWCA for $500,000.
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Fourth annual AfroFest draws thousands to Omaha's Stinson Park

Omaha World-Herald 04 Sep 2022
Omaha’s Stinson Park was abuzz Saturday as thousands gathered to celebrate African culture, business, music and food at the fourth annual AfroFest ... The organization operates an elementary school in rural Niger and recently began offering summer camps and cultural exchange opportunities for Omaha youths.
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Wendy Red Star reimagines a 19th century Indigenous gathering at the Broad

The Los Angeles Times 03 Sep 2022
Wendy Red Star’s “The Indian Congress,” 2021, reunites images of Indigenous people taken principally at the Indian Congress of 1898 in Omaha. (Joshua White, the Broad / Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha) ... Hundreds of Indigenous people descended on the expo’s grounds on the northern edges of Omaha, camping out in tepees and wickiups.
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At a glance

Lincoln Journal Star 30 Aug 2022
OMAHA — The U.S. Marshals Metro Fugitive Task Force in Omaha is offering up to $10,000 for information that leads to the arrest of a man wanted in connection with crimes committed in Kearney and Omaha. Romeo Chambers, 25, is wanted in Kearney in connection with a homicide and in Omaha in connection with a robbery.
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Bills CB White to miss at least first 4 weeks of season

The Columbus Telegram 30 Aug 2022
The other spot will be filled by either rookie first-round pick Kaiir Elam or sixth-rounder Christian Benford, who split training camp and three preseason games working with the starters ... White opened training camp on the PUP list, and has been out since blowing out his left knee while in coverage in a 31-6 win at New Orleans on Nov.
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Koné, Quioto spark Montreal to 2-0 victory over Fire

Omaha World-Herald 28 Aug 2022
Omaha charity workers recount ... Northwestern expects new-look Nebraska to have 'schematic advantage' Omaha archdiocese gender-identity policy reveals rift among parents, advocates Catholic Charities 'deeply' regrets hiring shooter who fired blanks at Omaha employees Camp Chatter.
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Tom's Takes

Omaha World-Herald 28 Aug 2022
Omaha charity workers recount ... Northwestern expects new-look Nebraska to have 'schematic advantage' Omaha archdiocese gender-identity policy reveals rift among parents, advocates Catholic Charities 'deeply' regrets hiring shooter who fired blanks at Omaha employees Camp Chatter.
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US sails warships through Taiwan Strait in 1st since Pelosi

Omaha World-Herald 28 Aug 2022
Omaha charity workers recount ... Northwestern expects new-look Nebraska to have 'schematic advantage' Omaha archdiocese gender-identity policy reveals rift among parents, advocates Catholic Charities 'deeply' regrets hiring shooter who fired blanks at Omaha employees Camp Chatter.
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Huskers new, old view first loss differently

Omaha World-Herald 28 Aug 2022
Omaha charity workers recount ... Northwestern expects new-look Nebraska to have 'schematic advantage' Omaha archdiocese gender-identity policy reveals rift among parents, advocates Catholic Charities 'deeply' regrets hiring shooter who fired blanks at Omaha employees Camp Chatter.
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Defending champions bring back very deep squad

Omaha World-Herald 28 Aug 2022
Northwestern expects new-look Nebraska to have 'schematic advantage' Omaha archdiocese gender-identity policy reveals rift among parents, advocates Catholic Charities 'deeply' regrets hiring shooter who fired blanks at Omaha employees Camp Chatter ... Omaha Westside could push the Spartans.

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