The city of Omaha is constantly growing, changing and evolving. The future is likely to be quite different from present day. What will Omaha look like, in, say, the year 2100? See below for my bold predictions.
For quite some time there has been much confusion and frustration concerning the city of Omaha’s snow removal plan. It’s time for citizens to know exactly how the whole thing works. Please consider this tutorial your guide to understanding a wrongly vilified policy.
For starters, the night before a potential snowstorm leaders of the Omaha Public Works Dept., affectionately dubbed “the snow-nooshkies” check the weather forecast. Instead of a forecast from the National Weather Service or one of Omaha’s 73 TV meteorologists the Public Works Dept. consults its famed weather-predicting skunk, Stinky.
Nebraska has a new state tourism slogan to replace “Visit Nebraska. Nebraska Nice.” The new, less-than-inspiring-to-me slogan: “Nebraska: Honestly, it’s not for everyone.”
The new slogan is the work of Denver-based firm Vladimir Jones, which is being paid $28.6 million over two years to market the state.