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Like with most services people rely on for day-to-day activities, scammers are finding ways to profit during the COVID-19 outbreak—in several different ways.

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City and village wastewater systems are seeing an increase in clogs with the COVID-19 pandemic because people are flushing items like paper towels and sanitizing wipes down toilets, according to The Nebraska League Association of Risk Management.

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As of 8 p.m. on Sunday, March 22, the Nebraska COVID-19 case count is increasing, with 50 confirmed cases throughout several counties—but none are confirmed in Seward, Saline or surrounding counties.

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Saline County Commissioners voted March 17 to close the Saline County Courthouse to the public indefinitely beginning March 18 in an attempt to prevent the spread of COVID-19, also known as coronavirus. Employees and staff will still be able to work and offices will function online as much a…

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Thanks to a grant given by the Protecting K-9 Heroes organization, Saline County K-9 Max is one of six dogs in Nebraska to have life-saving equipment.