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65°Hi RealFeel® 69° Precipitation 1%
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  • Gusts: 8 mph
  • Max UV Index: 4 (Moderate)
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  Today Normal Record 10/17/2017
High 65° 63° 89° (1961) 78°
Low 41° 41° 21° (1976) 40°

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  • Sunrise: 7:44 AM
  • Sunset: 6:45 PM
  • Duration: 11:01 hr

Moonrise/Moonset

  • Moonrise: 3:32 PM
  • Moonset: 1:30 AM
  • Duration: 9:58 hr
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Omaha Flood Station News

School community shocked to learn students were served chili with kangaroo meat

POTTER - Students at a junior and senior high school in the Nebraska Panhandle were served chili with kangaroo meat mixed with beef, according to a release from Potter-Dix Junior and Senior High School. Head Cook Kevin Frei said he added the kangaroo meat because of it's nutritional value as a very lean meat. He shared the nutritional information with Superintendent Mike Williams after it was revealed the ingredient was added into the school's chili. “If a family wants to eat exotic foods, they can do so on their own time - not at school,” Williams said. “If we were to have food or ingredients that are out of the ordinary, they should be listed on the menu so that the students and families are aware of what they would be being served. … More

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