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Today we have stories about a vaccine clinic in South Omaha providing much-needed relief, millions of dollars in settlement money coming to Nebraska to help those impacted by the opioid crisis, and a proposal to remove Nebraska’s unenforceable same-sex marriage ban from the state constitution.
- A vaccine clinic in South Omaha provides a much-needed sense of relief to a community hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.
- A University of Michigan historian says Omaha is handling the COVID-19 pandemic better than the 1918 flu pandemic.
- A new food pantry in South Omaha sees a growing need in the community.
- Millions of dollars are on the way to Nebraska to help those affected by the opioid crisis with drug-abuse treatment and prevention.
- State lawmakers advance a proposal in the Legislature to let Nebraskans decide whether to remove the unenforceable same-sex marriage ban from the state’s constitution.
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Mardi Gras on Beer Corner USA
3578 Farnam St.
11 a.m. – Midnight
Hosting arguably the year’s hottest Mardi Gras party in Omaha is Beer Corner USA. While the annual event is different this year, the level of excitement, quality of food, and vast selection of drinks are the same. One major difference, though, is the lack of a cover charge.
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