A Glitch in the Matrix is more like Simulations and Simulacrap.
Reed Moore’s Daily Rundown
Today we have stories about financial relief for renters in Omaha, student journalists at Westside claiming censorship, and Nebraska suing the AltEn ethanol plant.
- The Omaha City Council is set to pass $22.2 million in rental assistance for tenants who qualify.
- Step Up Omaha! is helping teens and young adults start careers through its summer job and internship program.
- The City of Omaha opens a new recycling drop-off site in Northwest Omaha, partnering with Mulhall’s.
- Westside student journalists claim they are being censored by the school district’s efforts to review content.
- Residents and business owners near 13th and Vinton streets are frustrated with the growing trash pile in the area.
- Nebraska’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout will now prioritize people with certain underlying health conditions.
- Gov. Pete Ricketts joins 21 other governors in opposing the distribution plan for COVID-19 financial relief set by President Joe Biden’s administration.
- State Attorney General Doug Peterson announces his office is filing a civil lawsuit against the AltEn ethanol plant, seeking to force the company to clean up its wastewater.
Reed Moore’s Things To Do for St. Patrick’s Day
Bushwackers’ St. Patty’s Day Celebration
- March 17
- 5 p.m. – 2 a.m.
- 7401 Main St., Ralston
- $5 at the door
Everybody’s favorite western-themed bar and saloon is proclaiming that everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day. To celebrate, Bushwackers is throwing a shindig of epic proportions, featuring your favorite Irish beer or other beverages.
Reed Moore’s Daily Comic