OMAHA, Neb. – State prison officials have confirmed that three more Nebraska inmates at an Omaha work-release center have tested positive for COVID-19. The Nebraska Department of Correctional Services said Wednesday evening in a news release that to date, seven men housed at the Omaha Community Corrections Center have tested positive. Officials say no other inmates in any other facilities have tested positive for the virus. That news comes as the state’s online coronavirus tracking site said six more COVID-19 deaths were recorded and 276 additional cases were confirmed on Wednesday.
all-day IDALS Hog Disposal Assistance
IDALS Hog Disposal Assistance
Jun 2 all-day
Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig announced today that the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship is launching a disposal assistance program to help pork producers who are unable to harvest pigs due to[...]
all-day Intersection of Cattle & Beef we...
Intersection of Cattle & Beef we...
Jun 2 all-day
A trio of land grant universities including Texas A&M, North Dakota State University and West Virginia, have come together to host a series of webinars called “The Intersection of the Cattle and Beef Industries” to[...]
all-day BQA Awards nomination deadline
BQA Awards nomination deadline
Jun 5 all-day
Nominations for the 14th annual National Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) Awards are now being accepted. Deadline for nominations is June 5, 2020.The 2020 National BQA Awards recognize five winners in the areas of beef producer,[...]
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