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The Department of Correctional Services also has made improvements in some areas, including decreasing turnover and overtime, and the numbers of inmates in restrictive housing, according to Inspector General for Corrections Doug Koebernick.
The plan is for the season to begin the weekend of Oct. 23-24, and it revolves around rigid coronavirus protocols.
Playing in the fall is definitely better than playing in the winter/spring. But let's see if the Big Ten fall season gets off the ground.
The testing standards are more rigorous than both the SEC and ACC, which require three weekly COVID-19 tests.
The previous directed health measure was set to expire Sept. 30. Health officials updated the measure on the city's COVID-19 website but did not publicize the extension in a news release.
This fenced-off, 12 roll-off bin site at 5101 N. 48th St. -- near the North 48th Street landfill -- will replace a host of north Lincoln sites, including the already-closed North Star High School site.