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The OPS school board voted Monday to purchase the Liberty Christian Center property — known to many as the old Archbishop Ryan High School campus ...
Ryan High alumni plan reunion as building changes hands Lincoln Journal Star
OMAHA — A 50-year reunion planned by class of 1965 graduates of the long-closed Archbishop Ryan High School has taken on new meaning with Omaha ...
With OPS eyeing land for new school, Ryan High alumni are reliving memories while they can Omaha World-Herald
Plans for a 50-year Ryan High School class reunion recently took on new meaning with the Omaha Public Schools' decision to buy the property and use it to ...
Vietnam veteran receives replacement medals Grand Island Independent
Vietnam veteran Tony Grigaitis (left) of the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Grand Island looks over a shadow box full of replacement medals and patches with ...
OPS buys home near 60th and L where new high school could be built Omaha World-Herald
The Omaha Public Schools have scooped up another property backing up onto a south-central Omaha site where a new high school could be built.
'A wonderful sentiment': Family of Omaha soldier killed in Vietnam to receive Gold Star flag on Veterans Day Omaha World-Herald
Paul Stephen Goc Jr.'s bravery helped save the lives of his platoon mates. He earned a posthumous Bronze Star — with a “V” device, signifying valor — for his ...
Omaha Priest Killed While On Vacation WOWT
An Omaha priest was killed while on vacation in Branson, Missouri Monday. He was the victim of a pedestrian-vehicle accident.
Cardinal Cupich to preside at St. Cecilia Cathedral service WOWT
The Archdiocese of Omaha announced Monday that Archbishop George J. Lucas will host a celebration for Cardinal Blasé Cupich, who will preside at a ...
Timeline: Blase Cupich's life, career | Living Omaha World-Herald
A timeline of Archbishop Blase Cupich's life and career, beginning with his birth in Omaha in 1949.
'Deeply compassionate' new Cardinal Blase Cupich will bring 'bedrock South Omaha' values to his role as adviser to pope Omaha World-Herald
Cupich, 67, served as an altar boy at Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Church in South Omaha and graduated from the now-closed Archbishop Ryan High School ...
The Rev. Blase Cupich, an Omaha native, is pontiff's first U.S. selection Omaha World-Herald
Cupich, considered a moderate, is Pope Francis' first major appointment in the United States.
Music is 'like a second life' to Westside chief financial officer Omaha World-Herald
Before he could even read a book, Bob Zagozda was learning to read music.
Archbishop Blase Cupich, an Omaha native, expected to bring heart of a pastor to new role as cardinal Omaha World-Herald
Less than 20 years ago, Chicago Archbishop Blase Cupich was an Omaha parish priest deciding matters like church renovations and how to cut utility bills.
OPS zeroes in on potential site for new northwest high school Omaha World-Herald
A site selection for a potential new northwest Omaha high school is inching closer to reality. Omaha Public Schools officials have identified a patchwork of seven ...
World-Herald editor Joe Brennan was dedicated to his craft and his family Omaha World-Herald
Joe personified steadiness in his calm, helpful demeanor with colleagues and members of the public,” said World-Herald Executive Editor Mike Reilly.
Aksarben king and his wife, couple of 'scholarship kids,' want the same for others Omaha World-Herald
Freshly graduated with a business degree from the University of Nebraska at Omaha, John “Jack” Koraleski didn't want to stay in his hometown.
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