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July 18, 2011
Rowing paddles up in popularity

Omaha World-Herald, July 18, 2011
Jaime Wolfe, a former member of the Creighton University rowing team, helped revive the 19-member group last summer and it has drawn former collegiate rowers, adults looking for a new way to stay in shape and teens interested in learning the sport.
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Former U.P. leader Kenefick dies

Omaha World-Herald, July 16, 2011
He served as a Princeton University trustee and played a major role in several Omaha-area organizations. Kenefick served on boards at Creighton University, the Strategic Air Command Memorial Society, FirsTier Inc. and Valmont Industries.
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COLUMN: Economist sees danger in debt-ceiling battle

Cedar Valley Business, July 17, 2011
Creighton University economist Ernie Goss, who monitors the economic pulse in Iowa, says the wrangling is fraught with danger.
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Creighton economist: impact of flooding widespread, significant

KIOS, July 18, 2011
A Creighton University economist says this year's Missouri River flooding will have a widespread, significant economic impact.
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As Priests' Workloads Increase, So Does Need for Renewal

National Catholic Register, July 15, 2011
The Church benefits when priests have the chance for renewal and continuing formation, said Father Richard Gabuzda, executive director of the Institute for Priestly Formation of Creighton University in Omaha, Neb., which offers ongoing formation, including programs, symposia, training and retreats.
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Jays hoping to have Wragge edge to offense

Omaha World-Herald, July 17, 2011
Creighton forward Ethan Wragge didn't listen when his body tried to tell him something was wrong last fall. He doesn't intend to make the same mistake again.
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McDermott setting bar high for Bluejays

Omaha World-Herald, July 16, 2011
Spending two weeks in Europe with the United States under-19 basketball team left Creighton's Doug McDermott with a couple of cravings. The first was to get some American grub in his stomach. The fish-heavy Latvian diet didn't quite catch his fancy.
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