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Happy National Eat Your Vegetables Day!
Today’s news says no dessert until you finish the broccoli: A historical marker will be placed at the site of the 1919 lynching of Will Brown, the Omaha World-Herald and History Nebraska start a series centering problems with historical building redevelopment in downtown Omaha, and a multi-million-dollar construction project at Eppley Airfield breaks ground.
~ Harper’s Index Facts of The Day ~
- Number of U.S. state legislatures that are considering new voting restrictions: 47.
- Number of such bills being considered: 361.
Source: Brennan Center for Justice (NYC)
- A mobile diabetes screening clinic, which also offers COVID-19 vaccines and other health services, is at the Open Door Mission until 1 p.m. today.
- On Friday, the City of Omaha, Douglas County, and the Omaha Community Council for Racial Justice and Reconciliation will place a historical marker at the site of the 1919 lynching of Will Brown, a Black man who was in jail.
- Work kicks off on a multi-million-dollar construction project to modernize parking at Eppley Airfield.
- The Douglas County Health Department will host COVID-19 vaccination clinics at local schools from Monday, June 21 – Friday, June 25.
- The Omaha World-Herald and History Nebraska launch a series spotlighting problems with preserving and repurposing old buildings in downtown Omaha.
- Two infectious disease specialists from CHI Health take part in a COVID-19 booster-shot trial.
- Take-home hot spot Wi-Fi kits are available free of charge at the Bellevue Public Library.
- Nebraska driver’s licenses have a fresh look — and more security measures.
- Big Red Keno, the state’s biggest keno operator, files a lawsuit against the Lincoln Race Course.
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South Omaha City Hall
5002 S. 24th St.
The South Omaha City Hall is one of the most important architectural works in the area. Constructed in 1906 and designed by renowned architect John Latenser Sr., it was a county government building until 1999. Today, it is a commercial office building that retains much of its original Classical Revival-style construction.
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