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A 17-year-old entrepreneur achieves success in North Omaha |

Omaha – When a teen says his business was inspired by McDonald’s founder Ray Kroc, adults tend to pay attention. After all, how many children (not to mention the elderly) even know who he is? Entrepreneur Aaron Burns, for example. A’Ron Burns adds toppings for rolled ice cream at his company, Roll-N-Sweetz, in north Omaha. …

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A 17-year-old entrepreneur achieves success in North Omaha | Omaha Dynas

When a teenager says the inspiration for his work is McDonald’s founder Ray Kroc, adults tend to pay attention. After all, how many children (not to mention the elderly) even know who he is? Entrepreneur Aaron Burns, for example. a’Ron Burns adds a layer to rolled ice cream at his company, Roll-N-Sweetz, in north Omaha …

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Dining notes: Julio’s first two new restaurants open in West Omaha | Omaha Dynas

Julio’s Tex-Mex’s first two new restaurants opened at 192nd and Q Streets in a building that once housed the Tanner Bar & Grill. The menu of the revived restaurant is similar to the original, including their famous nachos, Mexican flag enchiladas, and fajitas for two. Owner Brett Clore bought the rights to Julio’s name and …

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New redevelopment, promotion of North Omaha Juneteenth celebration

Don McPherson Clothing Store will be back in a few weeks to its familiar corner of historic North 24th Street in Omaha. And when the doors of Styles of Evolution reopen, customers will see a completely renovated and delightful space, a storefront that is part of a resurgence along a corridor long seen as the …

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New redevelopment, nostalgic ice cream parlor boosts celebration of North Omaha Juneteenth | Nebraska

Don McPherson, owner of Styles of Evolution, stands outside the front of the store he rents at 2522 N. 24th St. The property is part of the Fabric development, an approximately 9,000 square foot redevelopment along the historic 24th Street corridor. (Cindy Gonzalez/Nebraska Examiner) Don McPherson Clothing Store will be back in a few weeks …

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