03/11/21 • Nebraska vaccine data • Nationwide case trends

Patio Season Has Arrived

With warmer weather upon us, it’s time to dine al fresco.

Reed Moore’s Daily Rundown

Good Afternoon,

Today we have stories about a stolen OPD cruiser damaging several cars during a pursuit, rising coyote sightings in Omaha, and Gov. Pete Ricketts and Tom Osborne opposing medical marijuana in Nebraska. 

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Reed Moore’s Things To Do In The Spring

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Appreciate Parks and Recreation

Lake Zorinsky Park
156th and F streets, Omaha

Whether you’re looking for exercise or just to get away from the din of city living, Lake Zorinsky – also known as Ed Zorinsky Recreation Area – is a nice place for escaping. Walkers, joggers, cyclists and four-legged friends can enjoy 7.8 miles of a looped trail that frames a beautiful lake.

Zorinsky boasts more than just an awesome trail. It includes fishing (at the designated dock) and makeshift baseball, soccer and football games. Bauermeister Prairie – one of the only tall-grass prairies native to and still standing in eastern Nebraska – is here for all nature lovers to admire.

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