Harmless “Ant-Man”, dogs find homes, legislative hearings

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  • Film critic Ryan Cyrek shares his thoughts on the newest Ant-Man film.
  • Omaha passes through the Humane Society of Nebraska.
  • Citizens express dissatisfaction with the minutes of the hearings of the Legislative Assembly.

As comic book adaptations proliferate like water park gremlins, everyone has to adjust to three big things that Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantum Mania reveals.

Film review by Ryan Cyrek. Published in Reader.



Omaha passes through the Humane Society of Nebraska. The shelter, which just a few days ago was at crisis dog capacity levels, has become a beneficiary of Omaha residents who have taken on the task of raising and adopting dogs. Pam Wiese of the Humane Society says she has received more than 400 foster applications and of the 135 dogs offered for adoption, 33 have been adopted and 30 are in foster care.

The Westside School Board will consider holding a special election to offer the people a $121 million bond issue. If the board votes to call an election, it will take place on May 9th. The funds will be used to replace, repair or improve the security of eight school buildings and the district office. The county’s tax collection will increase by 4.9 cents for every $100.

Budget airline Allegiant Air says it will begin offering seasonal direct flights from Eppley Airfield to Austin, Texas. Flights will be operated from June 15 to November 12 this year. This flight is Allegiant’s eighth nonstop Eppley destination.

The Omaha Star turns 85 this year. The North Omaha went down in history as the only black newspaper to outlive nine other black newspapers of its time. Publisher Terry Sanders says he hopes to keep the newspaper alive by training a new generation of journalists. Here’s another 85 years of high-quality journalism and more.

The UN is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its Center for Afghan Studies. With over 20,000 copies of books, maps and records, the UN is home to the largest university collection of Afghan documents in the Western world. While Taliban control makes the future of education in Afghanistan uncertain, the center’s director Sher Jan Ahmadzai says the UN will be at the center of it all.


Don’t forget to get an upgraded booster pack before heading to any of these events.


Legislature: Nebraska’s unicameral legislature is unique for many reasons, one of which is that all bills must be publicly heard. But there are no rules for conducting them, as a result of which some citizens are disappointed in this process. Meanwhile, Planned Parenthood of Nebraska says the fight for abortion rights is not over, despite reports that the Legislature is only two votes away from passing a six-week ban.

Food sanitation company fined $1.5 million for child labor violations, some of which took place in Nebraska. The U.S. Department of Labor has investigated Packers Sanitation Services, based in Wisconsin, over allegations of child labor violations at meatpacking plants. There were 27 underage employees at the Grand Island plant, and underage workers in Omaha and Gibbon also worked with dangerous cleaning equipment.


The Omaha City Council and the Douglas County Board of Commissioners are not meeting this week.

Follow Anton Johnson And Omaha Documenters on Twitter to find out what the local government is doing (or not doing).


From the Harper index

Percentage increase since 2019 in the number of US residents. dating looking for a partner who wants to get married: 28

Source: Kinsey Institute, Indiana University (Bloomington).


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