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City Sprouts celebrates 20 years of growth
To a backdrop of tunes by Robert Glaser and Urban Jazz, 160 attendees celebrated 20 years of City Sprouts on Aug. 16. They gathered at Lauritzen Gardens for the organization’s Grow With Us Gala.
Sen. Norris’ home on display in McCook
During his 40-year congressional career, George W. Norris (1861-1944) became one of the nation’s most influential lawmakers. 
Creighton grads bring art to celebration 
of 50 years
The former Creighton University students help mark a major anniversary.
Bookends: Omaha Public Library to celebrate Hispanic heritage
Omaha Public Library will recognize National Hispanic Heritage Month with a series of programs.
Ask Amy: End contact, stay neutral with aggressive sis-in-law
Dear Amy: My husband’s sister-in-law’s posts on Facebook are extremely offensive, insulting and aggressive, often personally directed at those who do not agree with her. She is bigoted, mean and always angry.
Warren Watch: Danish restaurant menu gives Buffett a shoutout
Omahans Tom and Marilyn Byers shared an outdoor table at the waterfront Cafe Razz in Middelfart, Denmark, earlier this month and spotted the most expensive item on the elegant menu: the “USA Greater Omaha Ribeye,” priced at 350 kroner, about $70.
With U.S. beef production down, it’s pork’s time to shine
Pork prices have fallen this year as the industry recovered quickly from the Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea virus that killed more than 7 million piglets in 2013 and 2014.
Company cooks up strategies to find better employees
“I am looking for a low-maintenance, no-BS individual,” an ad for a sous chef read. He measures employee performance with a behavior scorecard that identifies 35 “superstar” qualities, including honesty, courage, imagination, optimism and persistence.
Iowa co-op drops plan for solar hookup fee
Facing a backlash from solar energy advocates and an inquiry from regulators, a rural Iowa electricity cooperative has dropped a plan to charge customers who install solar panels an $85 monthly charge.
Berkshire Hathaway builds stake in Phillips 66
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett’s company has amassed a stake worth nearly $4.5 billion in Phillips 66 more than a year after trading a chunk of its holding in the oil refiner for a chemical business investment.
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