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Omaha Shuts Down

As we know, because of the COVID-19 Omaha schools have been closing. According to U.S.News.com Omaha Public Schools will remain closed indefinitely to help limit the spread of the new coronavirus. The Omaha district had earlier announced plans for temporary closures that would extend spring breaks to about two weeks,

Support Local

As Covid-19 has shut down schools, it has also put restrictions on restaurants and stores. With that it can hurt the sales and the workers also. During this time people should think about the small/ local businesses around them. This pandemic truly hurts them and some businesses have had to

Class of 2020

For the class of 2020--Please be patient. I understand that these last few months were supposed to be yours. These months were supposed to be filled with joy and excitement. You were all making your final memories in school with teachers and, of course, your friends. These past four years

COVID-19 Early Report

Coronaviruses are large families of viruses that can be common in people and in many different species of animals, including camels, cattle, cats, and bats. Coronaviruses rarely infect people and spread all over. Unfortunately this new coronavirus, COVID-19, has been affecting people and has been spreading like crazy.   COVID-19 was first

A Bronx Tale

Sometimes, the best things in life are unexpected. When I walked into the Orpheum a couple of weeks ago to see the musical A Bronx Tale, I was excited. I went into the theater blind, not knowing anything about the show or having listened to any of the music. This

UNL Group Protests Capital

  UNL students in the rotunda at the capital. On Wednesday, January 8, approximately 10 students from the organization called Sustain at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln came together for a peaceful protest during the first legislative session of the year. According to their website, Sustain is “an aggregate of students from

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