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Omaha Storm Chasers part of Minor League Baseball push to cultivate Latino market – Part 1

Baseball has long been an international sport. Its deep roots throughout Asia, Latin America, South America,Canada, Mexico, and Puerto Rico are well reflected in minor and major league team rosters in the United States. To see this Latin influence, look no further than the Triple A Omaha Storm Chasers. The current roster includes players with […]

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Salud y sanación a través de la cultura y la comunidad Parte 4

En todo lo que hace la NUIHC hay un gran énfasis sobre respetar las tradiciones de los nativos estadounidenses. En ocasiones incluso llevan a cabo servicios funerarios, recientemente para Zachary Bearheels, el hombre con enfermedad mental que recibió disparos de pistolas paralizantes y que fue golpeado en múltiples ocasiones por la policía de Omaha en […]

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Briefs

Facts About Migrants Don’t Always Match What The Headlines Say A new report by a commission empaneled by University College London and the Lancet medical journal offers a thorough look at the medical and economic impacts of immigration. Twenty public health researchers from 13 countries worked on the project for two years, reviewing nearly 300 […]

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The Fourth Mexican Transformation

Andrés Manuel López Obrador became Mexican president past December 1, 2018. Thousands of Mexicans packed the zocalo and surrounding downtown streets to witness the event. Any observer from afar could see evidence of Mexican euphoria. The same day that he took office, the old presidential residence of Los Pinos opened to the public. For more […]

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Events

December 7th, 2018 – January 21, 2019 The Capitol District Ice Rink The Capitol District 1022 Capitol Avenue, Omaha, NE 68102 5:45 pm – 10:00 pm Help us celebrate the grand opening of The Capitol District Ice Rink presented by Clearway Energy, part of the dazzling downtown Holiday Lights Festival. Enjoy our 60’ x 120’ […]

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The high price of juvenile justice – Part 3

The 501C3 formed to develop and manage the project – Douglas County Unified Justice Center Development Corp. – is based on a model UNMC used to construct its Buffett Cancer Center. The nonprofit would have the ability to solicit private philanthropy to fund the project. “We have some ideas, but we have to have a […]

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The high price of juvenile justice – Part 2

Proponents tout the efficiencies of a one-stop shop. The current center near 42nd and Woolworth would be replaced by the new one, thereby putting detainees in close proximity to the justice system and to services supporting their transition back into society. “Hopefully, this one-stop shop being imagined will be built based on the input of […]

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Dulceria Arcoiris on 24th St.

It is almost impossible to picture a kid’s birthday party without candy and a piñata. And you certainly can’t walk outside of a restaurant after a nice meal without a sweet or a piece of gum. And there’s also the tradition of having a Candy Bar with sweets and snacks at events such as weddings […]

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Briefs

Facts About Migrants Don’t Always Match What The Headlines Say A new report by a commission empaneled by University College London and the Lancet medical journal offers a thorough look at the medical and economic impacts of immigration. Twenty public health researchers from 13 countries worked on the project for two years, reviewing nearly 300 […]

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