As of 4/2/20, the Cubby’s drive thru window is available for purchasing anything in the store, not just take out! You may pull up to the drive thru and let us know what you would like and we will get it for you. ID is still required for age sensitive items.
As of 4/1/20, Dollar General in Syracuse is continuing to reserve 8:00 – 9:00 a.m., 7 days a week as a special time for the Elderly and Immune Suppressed to shop. The store is open to all other customers from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. each day. You can call the store at 402-409-0990 to see if a certain item is currently in stock, but everything is sold on a first come, first serve basis (no holds).
One of the ways to keep your immune system working at its best is to exercise regularly! Plus, exercise creates those “feel good” endorphins that help reduce stress — and we could all use a little less stress these days. In an effort to help, many fitness companies are offering free access to their exercise programs and apps. See below for links to a few of our favorites:
As of 4/1/20, Countryside Bank lobbies currently have limited access. We are encouraging customers to use the drive-thru for their banking business. We also have free online banking, mobile deposit, bill pay and our my mobile money app to monitor your debit card. Please give
Looking for learning opportunities you can do from home? We’ve got you covered! Nebraska 4-H is now offering a variety of virtual learning experiences, such as Living Room Learning, Boredom Buster Challenges & Virtual Field Trips. We’ve also collected some of our favorite activity guides that are perfect for hands-on learning at home. You do not have to be a 4-H member to enjoy these resources – they are open to everyone!
Join Baylor Evnen’s Caroline Westerhold and Dallas Jones as they discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic is complicating existing claims and they will offer guidance to deal with those complications.
THURSDAY, APRIL 2 @ 1:30pm – 3:00pm CDT
First, know that the CDC recommends washing your hands with soap and water rather than using hand sanitizer. However, when soap and water aren’t available, hand sanitizer is another alternative. Hand sanitizer is tough to find these days so if you’re open to DIY projects, you may consider making your own. If you choose to follow one of the recipes below, be sure the hand sanitizer you make has the right ratio of each ingredient to be effective!
What does the coronavirus do to your body? Everything to know about the infection process.
A visual guide of coronavirus infection, symptoms of COVID-19 and the effects of the virus inside the body, in graphics.