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Reed Moore’s Daily Rundown

Happy National Rescue Dog Day

Today’s news is a huge fan of man’s best friend: the Maha Music Festival announces its July 31 line-up, the College World Series will be at full capacity, and two Nebraska congressmen are voting for a commission to investigate the attack the US Capitol on January 6th.

Around Omaha

  • Maha Music Festival announces the lineup for its July 31st event, including headliners Khuangbin, Thundercat and Japanese Breakfast. Local bands will also perform.
  • The Omaha Sports Commission is looking for volunteers aged 19 and over to take part in the Olympic Swimming Trials from June 4th. Duties include drug testing athletes and controlling access to the venue.
  • Omaha Police are still investigating The Good Life Sports Bar and Grill on allegations of serving alcohol to minors, while the city council unanimously decides to postpone its decision to revoke the bar’s alcohol permit.
  • The NCAA announces that the College World Series will operate at full capacity if local and state guidelines allow, and the Douglas County Health Department states there are no barriers to full participation.
  • Omaha Steaks is hosting a “steak” for one lucky winner and guest and offering a weekend getaway at its “decked out, Instagram-worthy, two-story loft in downtown Omaha.” The winner will also receive free products for one year.
  • An Omaha restaurant owner is sentenced to two years in prison for allowing employees to sell cocaine.

Around Nebraska

  • Two of Nebraska’s US officials, Jeff Fortenberry and Don Bacon, are voting for legislation to create an independent, bipartisan commission to investigate the January 6 attack on the US Capitol.
  • The board of directors of the Nebraska School Activities Associated unanimously votes for girls to wrestle as a high school sport.
  • The Lincoln Children’s Museum is reopening for the first time in five months with new exhibits and is hosting several camps and programs this summer.
  • Nebraska legislature finally approves bill providing state income tax exemption for military retirement benefits. State Senator Machaela Cavanaugh says the bill will cost the state $ 7.9 million in revenue for the first year and $ 19.5 million in revenue for the second year.

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Omaha Fitness Fun Guide::
Capture the flag in Chalco Hills

  • 8901 S. 154th St.
  • Open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.

The Chalco Hills Recreation Area has an open layout that is perfect for a rough game of capture the flag. And it has plenty of hiking, fishing, and picnicking to make this place ideal for a full day of activities.

But no other pick-up game can compete with Capture the Flag, a physically intense game that has no limits in terms of age and number of players in teams. With the simple ingredients of a few flags and a few people, you have a game. Just steal the other team’s flag and bring it back to your base. And with the park at your disposal, there is no limit to where or what your bases can be.

Be honest – gambling keeps you young. And Capture the Flag is a proven leisure event that encourages exercise, fun, and strategy for those who are genuinely engaged. Just make sure you bring plenty of water as catching flags can make you sweat.

The daily fun

Senator Marco Rubio points to the explosion of violence between Israel and Palestinians: “The only response you have seen from Israel is the response to this one [Arab] Attacks, and they live in a very tough neighborhood and they made it clear that if you hit us we are going to hit you back five times harder. “This is reminiscent of the tactics used by the Nazis in German-occupied Europe, in which they promised to kill 50 locals for every German soldier killed by the resistance.

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