Dairy Queen to offer dairy free appetizer, desserts for $4.99, for new owners

Dairy Queen of Omaha has decided to offer a dairy free version of some of its signature desserts for its new owners.

The move comes after the chain announced last week that it had signed a deal with a Chinese manufacturer that it believes can provide dairy free desserts to its customers.

The chain announced in February that it would begin selling dairy free menu items at some locations, including the new locations at Dairy Queen and Dairy Queen Cafe.

Dairy Queen of Lincoln and Omaha said it will offer a full dairy free buffet of some favorites, including chocolate chip cookie dough with cinnamon sugar and vanilla ice cream, ice cream sundae, lemonade and chocolate chip cookies.

The company will also offer dairy-free appetizers such as macarons and cream soups, cookies, and cakes.

Desserts will also be available for $3.99.

Dignity Foods, which operates the restaurant in the city, will also continue to sell dairy free items, the chain said.

The chain said it also will continue to offer the company’s chocolate chip doughnut for $2.99 and the chocolate chip pie for $1.99.

“Dignities Foods will continue offering a full menu of dairy free food for the first time ever at D.C. Diner,” the chain tweeted on Thursday.

“The Diner will be closed on February 8.

Diners will be able to order through D.O.D.D.”

Dairy free options have become a popular trend among restaurant chains.

Dairy Queen, which is the second largest restaurant chain in the country, launched a $4-per-day discount for customers on February 1 that has since been expanded to the Omaha location.

Dryads first menu option was introduced in 2010 and has become popular among diners.

Dairy Free Cafe, a chain of cafes in Washington D.N.C., introduced a $2-per person special that allowed diners to get dairy free foods for free in 2016.

Dairy farmer shoots, kills intruder after a robbery

Dairy farmer D.J. Williams shot and killed an intruder on Sunday in the home of his wife and three children, who were in the house at the time, according to a police report obtained by the Associated Press.

Williams was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

The shooting took place in the driveway of the home on East Washington Avenue in Lakeland, Florida.

Williams, 46, was a licensed Florida dairy farmer.

Williams said he fired his weapon at the intruder, who fled the scene and called police.

He was not charged with a crime.

Williams told police he was cleaning his shotgun when he heard a noise from outside and then a second loud bang, according a police statement.

Williams did not say what the noise was.

“I don’t know if it was a door slamming or someone trying to break into the house, but I just heard something, and it sounded like a gun,” he said, according the police statement, which was obtained by Al Jazeera.

The police report did not indicate why the intruder entered the home.

“There’s nothing to indicate that this was a random incident, or a burglary, or anything,” Lakeland police Lt.

Steve Brown told the AP.

The homeowner told the local news outlet that he and his wife had been cleaning out their house for the past few days and that Williams was one of their cleaning crew.

The woman said the intruder had “a shotgun and a baseball bat,” and that they were preparing to leave when Williams “went to the kitchen and started talking to him and threatened to shoot him.”

The neighbor said that Williams and his family have lived in the same house for about four years.

He added that Williams had been working at the farm for the last three years, and that the intruder was “very aggressive” towards the family.

Police are investigating the incident and said they were not releasing the name of the intruder until the case is closed.

Williams’ wife, Jennifer Williams, has been charged with four counts of aggravated assault.

She told local media that the incident had been a “tragedy” and that she was “shocked and upset” and “heartbroken.”

Williams is also facing domestic violence charges in Florida.