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May 25, 2016
Living Laudato Si’ One Year Later

Jesuits Midwest, May 23, 2016
Father Dennis Hamm, SJ, professor emeritus of theology at Creighton University, reminds us not to ignore spirituality as we look to solve problems. “Technical solutions alone … will be ineffective unless we learn how everything is connected and allow ourselves to be converted by the grace of our creator.”
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Power is restored to buildings on Creighton campus after blown fuses cause outages

Omaha World-Herald, May 23, 2016
At least two blown fuses were responsible for power outages Monday on the Creighton University campus, an Omaha Public Power District spokeswoman said.
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Creighton economist: government regulation leading to sluggish economy

Radio Iowa, May 25, 2016
Creighton University economist Ernie Goss says the Midwest’s manufacturing sector is lackluster while agriculture and energy are slipping into negative territory.
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Farm Land Prices Continue To Tank, Leaving No Place To Hide

Value Walk, May 25, 2016
“Weakness in farm income and low agriculture commodity prices continue to constrain the sale of agriculture equipment,” said Ernie Goss, the Creighton Economics professor, in charge of the survey.
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Immediate care focus of new health center

Hastings Tribune, May 24, 2016
A graduate of Creighton University Medical School, Nokelby worked as a family practice physician for nine years in North Platte before opening his first urgent care center there eight years ago.
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Gov. Ricketts: Transgender policy should not affect NCAA events in Omaha

KETV, May 24, 2016
An analysis of the event, prepared for Heritage Services by Dr. Ernest Gross of Creighton University, in 2007, found visitors that year spent more than $25 million. Gross' report estimated that between 2008 and 2019, the tournament stood to bring $514.8 million to the Omaha economy.
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