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January 3, 2014
Creighton survey shows businesses expect ‘soft growth’

Radio Iowa, Jan. 2, 2014
Creighton University economist Ernie Goss compiles the Mid-America Business Conditions Index, which climbed to 53.2 last month from 51.2 in November. “It was a reasonably good report,” Goss said.
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Newly sworn-in Council Bluffs Mayor Matt Walsh 'excited to get down and get to work'

Omaha World-Herald, Jan 3, 2014
Walsh, 57, served on the council for 19 years. He has been a banker since graduating from Creighton University in 1986 with a finance degree. Now he will serve as mayor full time.
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US land prices drop for first time in four years

Agrimoney, Dec. 20, 2013
A farmland price index compiled by Creighton University weakened to 47.0 this month, from 54.3 last month, and below the 50.0 level which indicates a static market.
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Creighton picks one of its own as dean of medicine

Omaha World-Herald, Dec. 24, 2013
Robert “Bo” Dunlay Jr., a Creighton-educated nephrologist who has been a clinician and an educator since 1994, was appointed interim dean in January. He was made dean after a national search, according to Creighton.
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Creighton fans force turnover with ‘Sweet Caroline’ chorus? (VIDEO)

NBC Sports, Jan. 1, 2014
Those fans at the CenturyLink Center were rowdy as well. After a TV timeout during the first half, when the speakers cut off Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline” before the song was over, the crowd continued singing, helping force a Marquette turnover.
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