When the 107th Legislature convenes next January, Nebraskans could see the first brother – sister act from the same family that gave us a father – daughter act, the Cavanaugh’s of Omaha.
The simple potent expression my Grandma Connie Earll says all the time is “ Oh, stop it!” Perhaps this may be what she heard a lot growing up. I’m not suggesting that Earll was that bad as a kid--she wasn’t--but she did do one thing that made me cringe as I listened to her describe one episode of vandalism she carried out back during her young and foolish teenage years.
Greetings District 36. This week, the Governor announced he will begin to relax some Directed Health Measures that were put in place over a month ago due to COVID-19. Beginning May 4th, places of worship across the state may choose to reinstate some services but with restrictions. For example, no items maybe passed between attendees; and, while family members living under the same roof may sit next to one another, accommodations must be made so that there is six feet between groups of families. The Governor’s office released a guidance document this week to assist faith leaders reinstate some services. While faith leaders are authorized to begin services starting May 4th, they are not required to and each will use their best judgement as to when to reinstitute their services.