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Jessika Eidson


Omaha, NE, United States

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Past articles by Jessika:

Together Omaha provides temporary home for those 65 and older at repurposed hotel

Together Omaha saw a need for some of our most vulnerable neighbors and has come up with a unique solution. → Read More

Positively the Heartland: Omaha Jitterbugs keep swing dancing alive in metro area

For over 20 years, the Omaha Jitterbugs have kept swing music alive in the city. → Read More

Casey's partners with Food Bank of the Heartland to feed those in need

For a second year, Casey’s is partnering with Feeding America to fight hunger. → Read More

'The vaccine is still working': Boosted people 46 times less likely to be hospitalized in Nebraska

Vaccines remain an important key to keeping the surge from overwhelming Nebraska hospitals as omicron cases surge. → Read More

City council members split on new mask mandate order

Another mask mandate has been ordered for Omaha, but this time it’s coming from the county health director. The decision that has the city council split. → Read More

Omicron treatments for high-risk patients in short supply

Omicron may be shown to be less severe for most, with 50% to 80% lower rates of hospitalization. But because the variant is so contagious, the people who are high-risk are more likely to get seriously sick, according to Dr. James Lawler, an infectious disease expert with Nebraska Medicine. → Read More

Nose or throat? Testing for omicron raises questions about most accurate method

Dr. James Lawler, an infectious disease expert with Nebraska Medicine said research is showing that throat swabs are getting more accurate results with the new omicron variant. → Read More

Omaha libraries offer more ways to hit your 2022 reading goals

If you’re looking for a new year’s resolutions, the Omaha Public Library suggests reading more. → Read More

'It is not a good week for COVID-19, especially in pediatrics': Pediatric cases near 1,000 last week

For the past two weeks, COVID-19 has been spreading like wildfire in the community, and children aren’t escaping the blaze. → Read More

Douglas County Health Department discusses post-Christmas COVID spike

Over the past week, Douglas County has seen daily COVID-19 case numbers go from around 500, to nearly 800, to over 1,000 positive cases a day. → Read More

Tri-City Food Pantry looking for new home as they grow out of current facility

The Tri-City Food Pantry has been growing over the past 15 years, and now they’re ready for a new home. → Read More

Metro Transit considers new routes, shorter wait times for future plans

The future of Omaha’s bus system is being laid out right now, and riders have the chance to be a part of it. → Read More

Liquor license resolution causes division in North Omaha, City Council

What may seem like a relatively simple resolution, is causing quite a bit of conflict in the city council. → Read More

Open Door Mission provides a home for the holidays

Open Door Mission aims to give those staying with them a home for the holidays. → Read More

Missouri Valley creates time capsule to celebrate century and a half of community

Today, Missouri Valley leaders buried a time capsule to be opened in 2071. → Read More

Family of fallen hero drop ceremonial puck at Omaha hockey game

On Friday night, Omaha’s hockey team, the Lancers, recognized Cpl. Daegan Page as their hometown hero. → Read More

Veteran uses military lessons in entrepreneurship

A local veteran says his time in the military taught him life lessons he’s now using as an entrepreneur. → Read More

Wayne Hudson launches bid for Douglas County Sheriff: 'I can take over, day one and run this agency'

Wayne Hudson, one of the Democrats running for Douglas County Sheriff, says he has the experience that matters. → Read More

Corp of Engineers hears concerns from citizens living along Missouri River

The Missouri River and water levels were all part of a discussion in Nebraska City on Wednesday night. → Read More

Council Bluffs leading the way on solar energy accessibility

Council Bluffs is setting the gold standard for solar energy accessibility in the metro. → Read More