The Clayton Museum of Ancient History featuring the Stanback collection includes a wide array of artifacts, with the core of the collection focused around the Roman soldier. This facility offers enhancements for classroom instruction in history and Biblical studies and provides an excellent collection that the college will share with the public. The museum is housed in the lower level of the newly remodeled Phyllis Mackey Center (8th and Delaware).
A California startup company with some big names behind it announced Wednesday that it is moving to Lincoln.
Ink Labs, which makes a printing kiosk, moved into new temporary digs at Fuse Coworking in the Haymarket earlier this week. That will serve as the company's home base until permanent office space is ready.
Ink is the brainchild of Jonathan Manzi, its founder and CEO. Manzi, who has been called America's youngest millionaire after amassing $1 million in net worth a decade ago at age 16, started Ink while a student at Stanford University.
Ink’s signature product is the Ink Smart Station, a digital kiosk that allows people to print, copy and scan documents from any device and from anywhere.
York General (York, Nebraska) is a community, not-for-profit, multi-facility organization dedicated to providing high-quality, accessible healthcare services to the York area. York General covers the continuum of care with an acute care hospital that offers inpatient and outpatient services, a skilled nursing facility, assisted living, hemodialysis, medical office services, and home health care all very close to home.
York General is committed to providing accessible, quality health care, individualized treatment, and compassionate care.
This $17 million project was done in two phases. The first phase included 13,000 square feet of remodeling and 21,000 square feet of new construction. This phase included expansion and relocation of the Rehabilitation Services Department and the Specialty Clinic.
In addition, York Surgical Associates (located on the second floor of the Medical Office Building) also gained space. The front of the Medical Office Building was revamped with additional parking and serves as the new admissions entrance for the hospital.
The Surgical Services Department renovation expanded from approximately 8,300 square feet to 13,000 square feet.
Expected in June 2016, is the new Labor & Delivery Room!