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Today we have stories about Creighton basketball coach Greg McDermott offering to resign, Douglas County health officials ensuring people receive both doses of COVID-19 vaccine, and state lawmakers questioning utility companies about last month’s rolling blackouts.

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  • Creighton basketball coach Greg McDermott offers to resign following insensitive locker-room comments, but players want him to stay.

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2021 Testify Leprechaun Lift-Off Weightlifting Meet

  • March 13, 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.
  • 14505 Grover St. #117
  • Tickets $40–$50

Omaha’s very own Testify Strength & Conditioning is hosting its annual Leprechaun Lift-off Weightlifting Meet this year. For all the muscle heads looking to show their stuff, prepare to testify.

There will be divisions for men and women in Masters, Senior, Junior, and Youth divisions. Additionally, weight classes and age divisions for each of the 3 (possibly 4) sessions will be announced via email after registration is complete.

Registration runs until March 6, but only those who had registered by Feb. 20 will receive a Leprechaun Lift-off shirt. There are fees for each registration period (register online).

Current USAW/IWF rules apply, bring your card and ID, and no USAW apps will be accepted on the day of the event. There is no charge for spectators, the referees are sharp, and singlets are not required.

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