On May 19, the U.S. Treasury Department announced that Economic Impact Payment cards would go out to about 4 million people who qualified for stimulus money but didn't give direct deposit information to the Internal Revenue Service.
For several months parking meters have been free in Omaha but we are seeing things slowly turned back to normal. The city began enforcing time limits Monday, and on June 1, we will need to start feeding parking meters again.
Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance Deputy Director Claire McHenry said investors should be on the lookout for scam artists trying to use the market downturn and the coronavirus to scare investors into so-called “safer, guaranteed investments.”
The way it works; when the sun shines even partially, it is providing energy. The panels track the sun from its sunrise to sunset by rotating with the sun, providing the energy through distribution. It is completely sold out.
Among the daily papers in Nebraska that will go under control of Lee with this purchase are the Omaha World-Herald, The Grand Island Independent, The Kearney Hub and North Platte Telegraph, Scottsbluff Star Herald and York News Times.
Tennessee family opens business in Curtis. Sam and Tracy Shelton and their family opened the Twisted Mare. The decision to open a restaurant over 1000 miles away from their home in Tennessee is a new start for their family
Bytes Computer and Network Solutions, Inc employ all their workers from Scottsbluff and Gering but work within Nebraska and parts of Wyoming. They are looking to expand in Cheyenne, Wyoming and North Platte.
The winner of Gateway Mall’s Battle of the Pop-Up officially opened her first brick-and-mortar location on Friday. For the next four months Deimante Matz will sell her bath bombs, lotions and other spa items inside Gateway Mall rent free.