Kellogg strike continues, Max the Vax campaign, Republican race council for education
(Originally published December 8, 2021)
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Today’s news uses a fertile imagination to cross the years: strikers reject Kellogg’s latest offer and stay on the picket lines, health care providers and educators push children to walk away get vaccinated against COVID-19 with the ‘Max the Vax’ campaign, and Republican John Sieler, who opposes the inclusion of critical race theory, Project 1619 and sex education in the curriculum of studies, runs for the Nebraska State Board of Education.
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- As health care providers and educators push children to get vaccinated against the coronavirus, the “Max le Vax“The campaign is starting.
- Huskers Highlights: Eric Crouch, a former Nebraska quarterback and 2001 Heisman winner, is inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame. Meanwhile, Nebraska is hiring two new offensive coaches: Mark Whipple and Donovan Raiola.
- Republican John Sieler is candidate for the Nebraska State Board of Education. Sieler, who opposes the inclusion of Critical Race Theory, Project 1619, and sex education in the curriculum, previously served on the board for four years, during which time he said he supported the teaching of “core values ââsuch as American exceptionalism, respect for the American flag, and respectful participation.” in the oath of allegiance.
- Small towns in the Midwest, including in Nebraska, offer money and land to people wishing to settle there.
- The National Science Foundation gives the University of Nebraska-Lincoln a Subatomic physics research grant of $ 51 million.
- Schools host Nebraska’s first association of school activities girls wrestling tournaments.
- Following the success of the USS Oklahoma service member identification project, which Reed Moore reported on Tuesday, families are asking for service member identification on the USS Arizona.
In your local government
Omaha City Council approves an increase in wages for street maintenance workers who help with snow removal, of which the city is experiencing a shortage. The city council is also rejecting a request to the state legislature to change liquor licensing laws. The Douglas County Council of Commissioners meets to receive a weekly update on COVID-19.
From December 9-11, St. Louis-born comedian Greg Warren will bring his well-oiled, improvised routine to Funny Bone.
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As the COVID-19 variants spread throughout the community, don’t forget to get vaccinated, boosted, and masked completely before heading to public gatherings. Find more content on nightlife here, and consult local guides here.
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