Lincoln, Neb.

(AP) Urban beauty spa owner Jillian Lohman says she will close her Lincoln, Nebraska, location in April, leaving a void in a market that has been dominated by cosmetics and spa chains.

Lohmans, who owns the Lincoln Spa, said in a statement Monday she had decided to close the facility.

She said the decision to close came as a result of “a very difficult time with the recent downturn in our business.”

The Lincoln Spa is owned by the Lohmen family, whose other businesses include the Lincoln Women’s Spa and the Lincoln Family Spa.

The company had been selling its products in grocery stores, including Kroger and Safeway, and in local grocery stores and specialty stores.

The Omaha World-Herald reported that Lohmann has faced financial pressure, with a bankruptcy filing in May 2017 that caused her business to shutter.

LOHMAN SAYS NO LONGER OWNING LAWSHAVEN, NEBRASKA The Lincoln Women, Spa and Beauty Spa were the most-visited beauty and spa businesses in Nebraska in 2017, according to an analysis by market research firm NPD Group.

They closed with a combined $13.5 million in revenue.

The Lohmases’ businesses, including the Lincoln Beauty Spa and Lincoln Family, were among the top 10 most-viewed businesses in the state, according the analysis.

LANDMARK FOREST, WISCONSIN LANDMAKER TURNER, WISC., Jan. 26, 2018 (AP/Cody Pickens) Landmark Forest in Wisconsin was once a popular attraction for hikers and climbers, and is now home to a homeless shelter.

The owner of the facility, Todd Turner, said that due to the closure, the shelter has been relocated to a less accessible location.

He said the new location will be a permanent facility.

The Landmark Forestry Shelter is located in the area of Lake Superior and the Wisconsin River.

It opened in July 2018 and was the only shelter in the county for a time.

Turner said that since the facility closed, there have been about 20 homeless people in the shelter, and that the staff at the facility are now on the streets.

He also said that the shelter staff are working to help those who need help.

LANGLEY, MAINE The Langley Village Center is the largest single-family home in the northern Massachusetts city of Langley.

It has housed about 1,300 people since it opened in 2000.

The city said it is not clear when the facility will reopen, but the facility is expected to be open again in about two months.

LABORATORY AT WASHINGTON COLLEGE, WASH., Feb. 14, 2018 — The Washington Collegiate Training and Certification Academy, which has been in operation since 1976, is shutting down, according its Facebook page.

It was one of two campuses in the nation to be sold to private investors.

The other was at the University of Colorado-Boulder.

The former school’s parent company is now selling the former school.

In a statement on its Facebook site, the school said it was shutting down because of a significant decrease in the amount of qualified applicants, as well as the growing cost of tuition.

The school has offered students a chance to work in various professions from construction to health care, the statement said.

“I want to thank all of our students, staff and alumni for their amazing years of service and dedication to WCCA.

It is very disappointing that we have to close,” WCCB President David G. Wittenberg said.

A statement on the WCC-B College of Engineering’s website said that because of the closure of the school, the engineering department will be unable to offer students a job offer.

The statement said Wittenburg and the engineering dean were working to find a new location.

The college was a part of Wittenburger and Associates, a company that made equipment and supplies for NASA’s Orion spacecraft.

WITTENBERG SAYS HE WILL RETIRE From The Associated Press: The University of Michigan announced Monday that it will be ending its relationship with the private company that operated the Langley campus for almost 50 years.

The announcement comes after the U-M Board of Trustees voted to terminate its lease of Langleys former building.

The U-MM’s campus at Langley was sold in 2013 to a private developer.

U-WM’s announcement comes one day after U-MD announced that it is buying Langley for $2.3 billion.

The deal was completed with a $1.2 billion loan from the U.S. Department of Education.

WASHINGTON, DC – MARCH 20: The Washington Monument, in front of the Washington Monument in front the Washington Capitol Building in Washington, D.C. (Photo by Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call via Getty Images) The National Capital Region is still home to the biggest homeless population