Nebraska Wind Symphony Returns with Small Ensembles

October 16th, 2020

By Corbin Hirschhorn

Omaha, NE—The Nebraska Wind Symphony is back this Sunday with a mini concert at no cost of admission. This socially distanced concert will take place outdoors in the northeast parking lot of St. Robert Bellarmine Catholic Parish.

Featuring Nebraska Wind Symphony Music Director, Joshua Kearney

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Preston Love, Long Time Politician is Not Done Yet

October 14th, 2020

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Days before the elections, Preston Love, a long-time politician, seeks to be elected as a Democratic candidate to represent Nebraska in congress.

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UNO Reading Series Features David Philip Mullins

October 13th, 2020

By Corbin Hirschhorn

Omaha, NE—David Philip Mullins, fiction author and Associate Professor at Creighton University, is the next guest of UNO’s Writers Workshop Reading Series tomorrow evening. Mullins is originally from Nevada, and setting is an important aspect of his work.

Featuring Author, David Philip Mullins

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ACLU Sues City of Omaha, Police Chief and Capitan Part 2

October 12th, 2020

By Gabriel Escalera

Maxwell is another one of the eight plaintiffs who are participating in the collective lawsuit against the city of Omaha, the chief, and the captain of the police, because of the mass arrest that happened in Farnam street at the end of July.

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ACLU Sues City of Omaha, Police Chief and Capitan Part 1

October 9th, 2020

By Gabriel Escalera

OMAHA – Triggered by the federal government’s decision to send troops to the city of Portland Oregon back in July to control the Protesters, another group of Protesters in Omaha organized a march.

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Democrat Candidate Seeking a Seat in The Senate, With Better Healthcare in Mind

October 7th, 2020

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Democratic Senate candidate Chris Janicek first got into politics when he was in high school. After graduating, he spent time in Washington D.C. working for the Clinton administration.

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