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July 6, 2011
Insurance company gives money to Omaha hospitals

Forbes, July 5, 2011
The insurance company has paid $35,000 each to Creighton University Medical Center and Methodist Hospital. The money will cover the facilities' licensing fee to participate in an improvement program through the American College of Surgeons.
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Confidence falls amid rising water

Omaha World-Herald, July 2, 2011
"Energy prices combined with uncertainty surrounding the national economy and United States debt situation served to puncture business confidence for the month," Creighton University economist Ernie Goss said.
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Displaced Campers Offered Lodging

WOWT, July 5, 2011
Even though the campground is flooded, the mighty Missouri won't stop an estimated 200 campers from getting to the Salvation's Army Gene Eppley Summer Camp. Omaha's Creighton University has opened its doors to the campers.
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Omaha Adds Third Farmer's Market

WOWT, July 6, 2011
Other sponsors include the Creighton University Medical Center and the Creighton Medical Associates.
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Creighton University to hold baseball camp for youth next week at Cadwell Park in Mitchell

The Daily Republic, July 2, 2011
Bluejays' assistant Brandon Tormoehlen will be conducting a "Summer Ball" Youth Baseball Camp for players in kindergarten through eighth grade Thursday at Cadwell Park.
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UConn star, McDermott power Americans to 5-0

Omaha World-Herald, July 5, 2011
Creighton's Doug McDermott had 13 points and eight rebounds, hitting 6 of 13 shots from the field. He also contributed two assists and two steals. McDermott and Lamb each played 37 minutes, the most of any American.
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Jays' big man to embark on pivotal trip home

Omaha World-Herald, July 4, 2011
Gregory Echenique will be leaving Omaha this week to begin a journey that he hopes leads to the 2012 London Olympics.
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