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Lincoln pizza place uses shutdown to remodel the restaurant while hoping...

Social distancing policies in Lincoln have shut down a lot of small businesses. For Dave Cole, owner of the Isles Pub and Pizza, it’s...

Quarantine, online classes gives art student business opportunity

Jessica Brennan
One month ago, Jessica Brennan realized her four jobs just weren’t going to cut it.  For a solid week, the freelance artist went “hardcore” on...

Ringlein delivering running shoes and more by bike during quarantine

Ann Ringlein on her bike
Ann Ringlein wants Lincoln Running Co. customers to know that she and her employees are doing everything they can to stay open and safe...

Day of Unplugging encourages people to get off devices

For one day last March, people like Ali Roth added some brightness to their lives by turning things off. From sundown on March 6 to...

From Murder to Love – A Tale of Two Hearts

Two men shake hands
Our Father, who art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come, thy will be done, On earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day...

U.S. Bowling Open puts Lincoln, Sun Valley Lanes in national spotlight

Bricen Smith of Moberly, Missouri
For the first time in nearly 50 years, Lincoln hosted one of bowling’s most prestigious competitions: the Professional Bowling Association’s 2020 U.S. Open.  The United...

World Cup champion Lloyd speaks about the work behind the glory

Carli Lloyd started playing soccer when she was five years old. She tried other sports, too, but there was something about the round soccer...

Local businesses tapping influencers closer to home

Haley Ringenberg smiles and holds a heart-shaped cookie with pink icing
When Robin Maher shops for clothes, she doesn’t shuffle through clunky hangers and disorganized piles of shoes. She finds exactly what she needs without...

Husker Hall to become residence for students in recovery

Wide shot of Husker Hall residence building on 23rd and Vine Streets
The apartment-style building on 23rd and Vine doesn’t look special. The faded, dusty exterior of its four visible stories doesn’t beg for attention. Nor...

The rainbow in the storm

The Mensik family farmers slept peacefully that Thursday evening, having worked frantically all day to protect the 2,000 acres that defined their lives. By...