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Today’s news is what’s up, Doc: An Omaha man is ticketed after neo-Nazi stickers are found outside a synagogue, Quality Clinical Research tests the Moderna vaccine in children, and Nebraska lawmakers pass a bill allowing more powerful fireworks.
- Omaha’s nonprofit organizations raise more than $2.6 million during Do Good Week, and 1,274 people donate 2,885 volunteer hours over the six-day event.
- This year’s Alice Buffett Outstanding Teacher Award will honor two OPS math teachers, a mother and daughter who showed innovation and flexibility during the challenges of remote teaching.
- Omaha Performing Arts kicks off a five-month outdoor concert series, its first major event since the pandemic started more than a year ago.
- Uptown Properties’ proposal for a new apartment building raises concerns among residents near 33rd and Mason streets.
- An Omaha man is ticketed on suspicion of property damage and hate intimidation after neo-Nazi recruitment stickers are found outside a synagogue. He faces up to six months in jail and a $500 fine if convicted.
- Quality Clinical Research in Omaha is among the few clinics chosen to start a nationwide Moderna vaccine trial in children ages 6 months to 12 years.
- The Nebraska Economic Forecasting Advisory Board issues a forecast showing a property tax relief program will triple in size next year, and Gov. Pete Ricketts urges lawmakers to put the additional funds toward easing taxes.
- The Lincoln Southwest Music Department will hold a recycling event for electronic deviceson Saturday.
- A bill allowing Nebraskans to own fireworks more powerful than those allowed under state law passes final approval and is headed to Gov. Pete Ricketts’ desk for his signature.
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Your Spring Move-In Guide
Week Seven: A Day Off
Two weeks out from the moving day is the latest one should request a day off from an employer. Unfortunately, not all workers can swing a day off like that. Instead, they will need to plan for a friend or loved one to meet with moving assistants involved.
Additionally, you will require access to your medical records and prescriptions where you’re going, so begin the transfer process of those items. Say farewell to your health professionals and ask for their recommendations. They will point you in a solid direction and ensure that your sensitive information is forwarded accordingly.
Further, if you have sold furniture you cannot afford to move or cannot stomach any longer, you may want to start thinking about what you will be needing. Locate furniture and thrift stores in your soon-to-be area and make your soon-to-be life easier – and more comfortable.
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