Pandemic Is The Only Thing That Can Slow This Piano Man

In News, on July 10th, 2020

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Art Fredrickson is at the piano keyboard. That’s where he is every Friday – at least until a pandemic got in the way. Art is 94-years-old – older than most of those listening to him. But he’s not a resident here – he’s a volunteer

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DACA Recipients on the Thin Line Again

In News, on July 9th, 2020

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In Nebraska, About 1,100 individuals eligible for DACA await instructions. The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services haven’t mentioned the process for these potential Dreamers. Meanwhile, a lawsuit could be terminating DACA.

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COVID-19 Hits Hard Hispanics

In News, South Omaha, on July 8th, 2020

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Hispanics, the community most affected by the pandemic in Nebraska and the one with the least aid.

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Omaha Rates Zero on the Eviction Scorecard During the Pandemic

In News, on July 7th, 2020

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Out of money and unable to pay rent, some tenants in Omaha can be evicted during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Hunting Boom

In News, on July 6th, 2020

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Many Midwestern states saw a boom in their turkey hunting season this spring. Coronavirus and the subsequent cancellation of many activities are behind the increase.

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Children of Meatpacking Workers Become Activists

In News, on July 2nd, 2020

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Many of Nebraska’s largest COVID-19 hotspots are meatpacking areas with deep immigrant roots. Advocates say those communities are disproportionately impacted by the virus.

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