COVID-19 Attacking The Prison Staff More Than Inmates

In COVID-19, News, on September 29th, 2020

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OMAHA – Regardless of the fact that Nebraska’s prisons are overcrowded, COVID-19 affected working personnel more than inmates

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Amy Reed, a Walk to Relieve The Heart

In Awarness, News, on September 28th, 2020

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OMAHA – Depression rates are escalating among kids as young as 12 and young adults up to 25. Someone in Omaha battled clinical depression for over two decades, now her friend is heavily dedicated to the “out of the darkness walk.”

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‘Joann Thurlow’ The ‘Loss and Healing’ Journey Has Ups And Downs, But It’s Easier When Someone is There For You

In Awarness, News, on September 25th, 2020

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OMAHA – Joann Thurlow and her husband would have celebrated 17 years of marriage this year. Steven or Steve as she always called him was a veteran. Steve took his own life in 2003.

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Aileen Brady, Even in The Pandemic, Support Groups Are Still Here

In Awarness, News, on September 24th, 2020

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OMAHA – September is the month dedicated to raise awareness about this social problem. With the pandemic, Aileen Brady with the AFSP, and like almost everyone, it is adapting to continue with online support meetings.

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Kara Eastman, Wanting to Represent The Secound Congressional District in 2020

In Elections 2020, News, on September 23rd, 2020

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OMAHA – Eastman got involved in politics in 2014 when she ran for the board of Metropolitan Community College. Two years later, Eastman’s mother was diagnosed with cancer for the fifth time and prescribed a $2500 medication.

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OPS Tries Again ‘3/2’ Plnan For The Second Quarter

In News, Omaha Public Schools, on September 22nd, 2020

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OMAHA – Clacy Olson is ready to send her two daughters to school in person. The confinement has affected them emotionally and she assures her daughters need to have contact with their schoolmates and socialize more.

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