Two days after that circular firing-squad known as the "Republican primaries" came to a de facto conclusion on the banks of the Wabash, the Wall Street Journal had this to say:
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Jarrett Weitl, left, a junior at Millard West High School, Daniel Zavadil, a senior at Millard West and Michael Landgon, a sophomore schooled at home, prepare food May 1 for the St. Wenceslaus Parish L.I.F.E. Overflows youth group project in Omaha.
Marian High School freshman Mia Esparrago dances with classmate Reina Flores as classmate Hallie Falk raises her hand April 29 in a cheerleading sequence of the all-girls annual Field Day competition. Students compete in school spirit, class unity and fun – a competition won this year by the juniors.
Fifth-graders RaZario Rushing, left, Isaiah Henry and Brenden Weathers and their classmates at Holy Name School in Omaha learn canoeing skills, the water cycle and the dangers of pollution to lakes, rivers and streams at a recent outing at Schramm Park in Omaha.
Hudson Hohman, left, a sophomore at Mount Michael Benedictine School near Elkhorn, and classmates Nick Dogger and Jack Blaser, followed by freshman Andrew Pitzl of Daniel J.
A sophomore at Mount Michael Benedictine School near Elkhorn took second in a national H&R Block "Budget Challenge" simulation and was awarded a $20,000 college scholarship.
Based on the number of students in the final round of judging, Marian High School English teacher Megan Piernicky recently won the Teacher Award in the Omaha-based Institute for Holocaust Education’s Tribute to the Rescuers Essay Contest.
Students in St. Margaret Mary Parish’s religious education classes in Omaha held their annual Catechism Carnival April 27.
The New Cassel Foundation recently honored 52 military veterans – including 26 veterans of World War II – who live at New Cassel Retirement Center or use its Franciscan Centre adult day program, both in Omaha.
A couple from Holy Family Parish in Lindsay – John and Rosemary Wiese, along with their seven children – were honored as Family of the Year in Nebraska at the annual Knights of Columbus state convention April 22-24 in Kearney.