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Lincoln saves about $2M on recycling – Lincoln Journal Star

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The metropolis recycling center On the Seacrest Area Parking lot shut to Seventieth and A streets and one other one On the North Forty eighth Road Change Station are amongst assortment websites the metropolis plans To primarytain. 




A teenage boy has collected lots of of crisp (or potato chip) packets to fuse collectively to create sleeping luggage for the homeless. Buzz60’s Chloe Hurst hAs a Outcome of the story!


Standardized recycling bins and fewer — however huger — recycling websites made a distinction, metropolis officers say.

A mannequin new two-yr, $2.2 million contract with Husker Refuse To collect the metropolis’s 7,500-some tons of recyclables residents drop off Yearly will save the metropolis about $2 million, Based mostly on Donna Backyard, assistant director of utilities. It wAs a Outcome of The backside Of 4 bids.

For yrs, the metropolis had 19 assortment websites with all completely different bin measurements that required completely different vans To maneuver completely different bins. A pair of yrs in the past, the metropolis decided To buy one measurement bin, scale again the Quantity Of internet websites and set up surveillance To Reduce illegal dumping, she said.

The metropolis has accomplished three of The huge websites: Near Lincoln East Extremeschool, on North Forty eighth and Superior streets and shut to Lincoln Extreme. One in southwest Lincoln shut to Twenty seventh Road and Tamarin Ridge Road is beneath enchancment. The state of affairs of the fifth one has but to be decided, Backyard said.


Mountain of tires in village east of Lincoln has residents apprehensive about heartworkh, environmental menace

Till that occurs, three of The distinctive websites in west Lincoln will stay open.

As a Outcome of corporations Not Want to current Their very personal bins, have A number of Sort of truck and drive to 19 spots, the bidding was extra aggressive, Backyard said.


City Hall: The closing of metropolis recycling websites has begun; extra To return


‘Good garbage’ turns trash into artwork in South of Dpersonalmetropolis set upation

Top Journal Star photographs for June

Top Journal Star photographs for June

Followers primarytain their gloves Inside the air hoping to get a foul ball at a Saltcanines recreation on Thursday, June 10, 2021, at Haymarket Park. EAKIN HOWARD, Journal Star




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Jane Wiederspan primarytains Bunnie, age 10, on Sunday, June 13, 2021, On The primary-Plymouth Congregational Church. Bunnie is a rescue canine who has no eyelids which required her to put on sun shades. EAKIN HOWARD, Journal Star




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Saltcanines’ pitcher Greg Minier (44) throws a pitch on Saturday, June 12, 2021, at Haymarket Park. EAKIN HOWARD, Journal Star




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The drummer performs with Jamey Johnson performs on Friday, June 11, 2021, at Pinewood Bowl. EAKIN HOWARD, Journal Star




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Saltcanines’ Justin Byrd (21) falls into the bullpen after catching a ball hit by Kane County’s Brandon Chinea Inside the third inning on Friday, June 11, 2021, at Haymarket Park. FRANCIS GARDLER, Journal Star




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The gang reacts as Whiskey Myers third music ends on Friday, June 11, 2021, at Pinewood Bowl. EAKIN HOWARD, Journal Star




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An Amtrak On Board Providers group member appears out the window As a Outcome of the practice pulls out of the station on Friday, June 11, 2021, at Lincoln Station. EAKIN HOWARD, Journal Star




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People sleep Inside the Amtrak station ready for the California Zephyr practice, which arrived 1:55 late on Friday, June 11, 2021, at Lincoln Station. EAKIN HOWARD, Journal Star




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Middle school age campers work collectively to get their blindfolded fellow campers throughout an impediment all by way of a cooperative exercise at Carol Pleasure Holling Camp on Thursday, June 10, 2021. GWYNETH ROBERTS, Journal Star




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Fourteen new Lincoln Police Departworkment officers have been sworn in all by way of a ceremony in entrance of their household and pals on Wednesday, June 9, 2021, Inside the Lincoln North Star Extremeschool auditorium. The recruits will hit the streets with their first field teaching assignments on Thursday. FRANCIS GARDLER, Journal Star




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L – R) Charlie Troxel, Amy Struthers and Ramona Meester Adjust to Growing older Partworkners group well being educator Tracie Foreman in Quigong exercises as An factor of a free drop-in 1-hour circuit teaching class Inside the FitLot, An factor of a partworknership between Growing older Partworkners and Lincoln Parks and Recreation, on Friday, June 4, 2021, in Woods Park. GWYNETH ROBERTS, Journal Star




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A koi fish searches for snacks Among The numerous water lilies Inside the Sunken Backyards on Thursday, June 3, 2021. GWYNETH ROBERTS, Journal Star




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North’s Trevor Marshal (14) catches a move earlier than working it into The prime zone as a penalty Acknowledged as on the play Inside the Shrine Bowl on Saturday, June 5, 2021, On the Ron & Carol Cope Stadium in Kearney. EAKIN HOWARD, Lincoln Journal Star




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Nebraska’s Head Coach Scott Frost talks to the athletes who attended the Friday Evening time Lights camp on Friday, June 4, 2021, On the Memorial Stadium. EAKIN HOWARD, Lincoln Journal Star




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Tony White, a civilian navigation instruction and a retired Air Strain Lt. Col. who has labored with the Open Skies program since 2006, sits On the cockpit On The final OC-135B Open Skies plane, Friday, June 4, 2021, at Lincoln Airport. JUSTIN WAN, Journal Star




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Lincoln Fire and Rescue recruit Brian Sydik assists Alliance wrestling group member Jackson Bailey Positioned on the SCBA tank on Wednesday, June 2, 2021, at LFR’s teaching facility. GWYNETH ROBERTS, Journal Star




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Ed Love, director of Nebraska Jazz Orchestra, conducts the band on the first current of Jazz in June on Tuesday, June 1, 2021, at Sheldon Sculpture Backyard. JUSTIN WAN, Journal Star




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The gang cheers for Nebraska Jazz Orchestra on the first current of Jazz in June on Tuesday, June 1, 2021, at Sheldon Sculpture Backyard. JUSTIN WAN, Journal Star




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Josh Whitfield (L) scoops up canine poop with assist from Kathy Rohwedder As a Outcome of the pair’s canines Revenue from the neighbor’s adjoining yard on Tuesday, June 1, 2021. GWYNETH ROBERTS, Journal Star




Top Journal Star photographs for June

An attendee throws a move Through the Friday Evening time Lights camp on Friday, June 4, 2021, On the Memorial Stadium. EAKIN HOWARD, Lincoln Journal Star




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