Reed Moore Newsletter | Wednesday, April 8

Wednesday, April 8 Support us by becoming a member and following us on Twitter and Facebook View our guide to local resources at TheReader.com Good morning,   Today, we have stories about recommendations for Douglas County residents to wear face masks, the cancelation of Maha Music Festival and a New York Times graphic showing how Covid-19 has spread into rural communities. […]

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Reed Moore Newsletter | Monday, April 6

Monday, April 6 Support us by becoming a member and following us on Twitter and Facebook View our guide to local resources at TheReader.com Good morning, As America prepares for what could be one of the pandemic’s hardest weeks, we have stories about new statewide health directives, drive-in Sunday services and voters responding in droves to request mail-in ballots. […]

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Reed Moore Newsletter | Friday, April 3

Friday, April 3 Support us by becoming a member and following us on Twitter and Facebook View our guide to local resources at TheReader.com Good morning,   Today’s top stories include the first business cited for not following health orders, the first day for small businesses to apply for federal relief and a former mayor’s spokesman charged with sending […]

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Reed Moore Newsletter | Thursday, April 2

Wednesday, April 1 Support us by becoming a member and following us on Twitter and Facebook View our guide to local resources at TheReader.com Good morning,   Today’s top stories include unemployment claims that keep climbing, schools that will stay closed through May 31 and Nebraska’s fifth Covid-19 death. Your top local stories Unemployment jumped dramatically for the second […]

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Direct payments, expanded benefits and new business loans: Your guide to the $2.2 trillion federal stimulus package

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On March 27, the federal government unanimously approved a $2.2 trillion stimulus package that includes funds to grease the cogs of an American economy halted by the coronavirus pandemic. The benefits extend to everyone from individual citizens to huge corporations. Here’s a breakdown of what the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) […]

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