Two state wildlife management areas in southeast Nebraska along the Missouri River have reopened to public access.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission says Hamburg Bend and Tobacco Island wildlife management areas have reopened.
Hamburg Bend, in Otoe County, and Tobacco Island, in Cass County, had been closed so the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers could repair levies and river chutes. The work is completed, and the areas are open to hunting, fishing and other allowable uses.
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