Legal News


“King of Broken Things,” a novel set in Omaha in 1919, is the first selection for the Omaha Bar Association’s new book club. (Theodore Wheeler)
04/13/2021 - 12:00am
  To most people, “OBA” stands for “Omaha Bar Association. But, once every three months beginning today, it might as well stand for “Omaha Book Association,” as the OBA’s new book club gets underway. “The OBA Book Club was a kernel of an idea batted...

Business News


In a bridal shop in Columbus, Ohio, owner Tanya Rutner Hartman helps customer Cristin Lee try on a gown on April 2, 2021. Although weddings and other big celebrations are going back on the calendar in the U.S., business owners who make those events happen expect a slow recovery from the impact of COVID-19. (Gilded Social via AP)
04/16/2021 - 5:00am
Although weddings and other big celebrations are going back on the calendar in the U.S., business owners who make those events happen expect a slow recovery from COVID-19. Lauren Schaefer is getting more inquiries about her wedding coordination...

In Memoriam

Mardee Korinek, who became Mardee Johnston later in life, celebrates her retirement in 2006 at the Omaha Bar Association Fall Kickoff BBQ with Tom Gaughen of First National Bank. (OBA)
01/20/2021 - 6:46am
The Omaha legal community lost one of its strongest advocates when former Omaha Bar Association Executive Director Mardee Johnston passed away on Jan. 13, six weeks shy of her 85th birthday. Johnston, who went by Korinek until her marriage to George...

Sponsored Features

David Bandars, principal and owner of RPR Business Associates Inc., stands outside his office at 12110 Port Grace Blvd. in La Vista. (Photo by Scott Stewart)
06/18/2020 - 5:00am
The COVID-19 pandemic has virtually flipped the business marketplace on its head, making experience all the more important for those looking to buy or sell a small business. David Bandars, owner of RPR Business Associates Inc., is at the ready to...

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