OPS Schedule Changes, COVID-19 in Wastewater, Nebraska Football Positive Tests and More Top Local News for Tuesday, June 30



6/30/20 • Day 9 of Phase III • Nationwide case trends


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*Correction: This story incorrectly stated Ponca Chief Standing Bear was a member of the Omaha tribe. 

Nightlife in the Time of Pandemic

“Spacing out” now means a different thing.

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Today we have stories of the OPS board approving a modified school schedule with a mask requirement, scientists analyzing what we flush down the toilet to predict coronavirus surges and five Nebraska football players testing positive for COVID-19.

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What to do during quarantine?


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Revisit The Past

Read through a piece of Omaha history with Joe Starita’s “I Am a Man,” chronicling the life of Ponca Chief Standing Bear — of his forcible removal from Nebraska and his battle for freedom.

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