County CARES Funds, Burke High Reckoning, Racist Incident at Oriental Trading Company and More Top Local News for Wednesday, June 24

6/24/20 • Day 3 of Phase III • Nationwide case trends

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Today we have stories about the Douglas County Board of Commissioners allotting CARES Act funds toward COVID-19 response, Burke High School graduates addressing their school’s racist namesake and the Sarpy County Sheriff’s Office investigating an incident where one employee left a noose on the chair of another at Oriental Trading Company.

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