Author: Kathy Rygg

Quality Care

One of the biggest impacts on quality of life is chronic pain. Finding the right treatment can be frustrating, time-consuming, and physically and emotionally exhausting. Rather than give up and settle for a less than optimal outcome, physicians at Midwest Pain Clinics take a multi-disciplinary approach to each patient who […]

Exceptional Education

Nestled on 400 acres along the bluffs of the Elkhorn River sits a campus rich in history and tradition. At the invitation of Archbishop Gerald Bergan, monks from Conception Abbey out of Missouri arrived in Elkhorn in 1953. The monks founded Mount Michael monastery with a goal of training young […]

Personalized Indulgence

Dining out is about more than just great food. The experience is often what makes the difference. This is especially true in a city where quality steak is readily available. What makes a restaurant standout is attention to detail—both in how that steak is prepared and served, but also the […]

Lasting Legacy

Approximately 4 million Baby Boomers own their own business in the U.S., according to local business broker ExitBig. As those owners retire, they will want to sell their company and preserve the legacy of success they built. But selling a business built from the ground up is a stressful, emotionally […]

Eclectic Elegance

After having moved seven times in 12 years, Kristen and Tony Bernhard are familiar with needing a move-in ready home. But finding just the right one in a short time frame can be difficult and stressful. When the couple learned they would be moving to Omaha from Southlake, Texas, last […]

A caring ‘sole’

When Lilly Maddox turned 9-years-old, her parents opened up their home for foster care. To Lilly’s surprise, some of the kids arrived without shoes. Wanting to help other kids who might not have shoes, she decided instead of receiving presents for her birthday, she wanted her friends and family to […]

Regency’s rich history as a holiday tradition for families

For more than 40 years shoppers have made Regency a favorite destination, especially at the holidays. With its brick-lined interior and enclosed store-fronts only steps apart from each other, Regency was originally designed as a small-town village as part of the overall Regency development. Locals who lived in the housing […]

Table Grace cafe caters to a community in need

If you’re not familiar with the small, community restaurant tucked along Farnam Street between 16th and 17th Streets downtown, you need to be. The concept is simple:  provide healthy food for anyone who walks in the door, and you can either make a monetary donation in any amount, or you […]

Rejuvenating Women helps restore hope for those affected by human trafficking

An average of 900 individuals are sold each month in the state of Nebraska for human trafficking.* That’s a chilling statistic that most people might be surprised to learn. Unfortunately, it’s a reality that has resulted from the ease of online access to sites where people are sold into this […]

Snowshoe Candy Co. makes your holidays sweeter

Ali Clark Yahnke’s favorite season for candy making has always been winter. Growing up in Wisconsin, she loved activities that imparted feelings of warmth and comfort such as cooking and knitting and has fond memories of enjoying handmade caramels from her grandfather at the holidays. One year at Thanksgiving she […]