Category: Business

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Lincoln Young Professionals Group

The Face of Lincoln’s Changing Workforce The face of young American workers, their jobs and where they work is changing. By 2018, employers will see any many as five generations working side by side. More than 60 million baby boomers...

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Bakeries

by Charlyne Berens If you need a sweet treat to start your day, a bread that gives you a taste of France or Mexico or a special cake for a special occasion, Lincoln bakers have you covered. Here are just...

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The Pinnacle Bank Arena

by Charlyne Berens The Pinnacle Bank Arena’s silvery finish and circular shape may make it look, from a distance, at least, as if a gigantic space ship has magically landed in downtown Lincoln.  The magic is real, but it’s not...

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Lincoln’s Markets

by Sriyani Tidball Local markets improve the health of a community. To buy local, support local farms, buy organic, buy fresh, eat healthy is the new motto in Lincoln—the city supports an amazing array of summer farmers’ markets all around...

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Downtown Lincoln

by Charlyne Berens Like a healthy plant, reaching out to enhance a larger and larger area, Lincoln’s  downtown continues to grow. Thanks to ongoing renovations and new construction, the “downtown” now starts at the Haymarket on the west and runs all the...

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All Around the Town

StarTran, Lincoln’s public bus system, provides a convenient, reliable, comfortable, safe and affordable way to explore Lincoln. StarTran buses operate throughout Lincoln, carrying passengers to popular attractions, shopping centers and residential areas. On November 1st, StarTran implements their new bus...

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LES: Powering 50 Years

Without a doubt, 2016 was a remarkable year for Lincoln Electric System. The public power utility celebrated its 50th year of powering Lincoln and surrounding communities. Feb. 1, 1966, the city of Lincoln purchased the not-for-profit electric utility from Consumers...