Category: Community

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TeamMates Mentoring Program

Together We Change Lives by Ann Teget A few years ago, TeamMates Executive Director Suzanne Hince was shocked to learn that a young lady who had participated in the TeamMates mentoring program had dropped out of college her second semester,...

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Lincoln Painter Keith Jacobshagen

by Steven Kerns One of Lincoln’s treasures has become a National Treasure. The sky…our midwestern plains sky…captured with oils on canvas as only he can do it…beautiful…unmistakable…unforgettable… Lincoln has a precious commodity in artist Keith Jacobshagen. And once you see...

About the Lincoln Today People 0

About the Lincoln Today People

Sriyani Tidball, editor and publisher, balances the production of Lincoln Today with various other projects for Tidball Productions, and her full-time teaching schedule as a professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) where she teaches advertising and public relations. A...

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Lincoln Growth

By Charlyne Berens Happiest city in the nation. Healthiest city in the nation. Best city to find a job. National leader in corporate improvement projects.  Lincoln is number one on each of those lists, created by Gallup, Daily Finance, AOLJobs.com and Site...

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A Growing Yet Cleaner and Greener Lincoln

by Milo Mumgaard   The modern city is a place with a remarkable diversity of people, culture, and entrepreneurial spirit. This well describes Lincoln, Nebraska, which added over 30,000 people in the last seven years alone — the size of...

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The Sunken Gardens

Just how much fun can you have on a cool, windy morning? Grace Carlson, 7, carries a flat of flowers, Saturday, May 14, 2011, during the annual event in which volunteers help plant flowers at the Sunken Gardens. Alice Reed...

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The Haymarket

by Charlyne Berens Nobody is trading actual hay in the historic Haymarket district these days, but the neighborhood is still hopping, offering Lincolnites and visitors alike plenty of opportunities for good times and fun. Situated at Lincoln’s historic ground zero, the expanding...

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P Street/Downtown Redevelopment

by Charlyne Berens Downtown Lincoln is reinventing itself, welcoming residents and visitors alike with a mixture of restaurants, entertainment, cool niche retail shops and businesses. And the P Street corridor is the heart of the reinvention. From the Haymarket on the west...