02/24/21 • Nebraska vaccine data • Nationwide case trends

Four Funeral Directors. One Month. 60 Deaths.

For Omaha’s last responders, closing the doors wasn’t an option. These essential workers continued toiling almost behind the scenes of the pandemic. For Kremer Funeral Home in Benson, quarantining was not possible. Funeral director Maranda Harouff recounts the beginning of the pandemic as a hectic time of change for the industry.

“We started quarantining in April, and we stopped in May because it was too crazy,” she said.

Reed Moore’s Daily Rundown

Good Afternoon,

Today we have stories about OPD purchasing a new helicopter for $2.75 million, Omaha hotels providing shelter for the homeless, and the Lincoln City Council passing a ban on conversion therapy. 

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Reed Moore’s Black History, Black Present

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Omaha Explained: Redlining

A Video by Cameron Logsdon from October 2020.

Though it was outlawed in the ’60s, redlining lives on today in the segregated neighborhoods of Omaha.

Reed Moore’s Daily Comic


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