Olympic Games, Marginalized Community, and Curling Games. (Part One)

In Awarness, News, on April 16th, 2021

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OMAHA – Given the fact that Omaha hosts the Olympic curling trials in November this year, should Omahans be boycotting that event?

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‘Creativity’ Supersedes Pandemic at VNA

In Feature, News, Omaha City Beat, on April 15th, 2021

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OMAHA – Over a hundred years ago, Visiting Nurse Association (or VNA) was founded here in Omaha. VNA provides in-home and community-based services to individuals of all ages and stages of life.

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COVID-19 Vaccine Card, Important Document

In Awarness, COVID-19, News, on April 14th, 2021

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OMAHA – If someone is traveling overseas, some places do not accept the card. Instead, these places only accept the vaccination record that a healthcare provider can issue.

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The Search For UNO Chancellor Might be Over

In News, on April 9th, 2021

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OMAHA – Last week, it was announced that Dr. Joanne Li had become the priority candidate for the position of chancellor at UNO.

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‘HIV’ The Virus That is Losing The Battle

In Louder than a Bomb, News, on April 1st, 2021

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OMAHA – For many, the beginning of the 90s was the first time we heard about Human Immunodeficiency Virus or HIV. Philadelphia was one of the first mainstream Hollywood films to acknowledge HIV, homosexuality, and homophobia. Nowadays, life expectancy for a person living with HIV almost compares with someone without HIV

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‘Tony Vargas’ Immigration And His Own Laws

In COVID-19, News, South Omaha, on March 24th, 2021

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LINCOLN – Senator Vargas talks about Immigration under the Biden administration. Also, during the pandemic he noted that each local health department in Nebraska behaves differently and that local leaders must make decisions that work best.

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