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History Makers Class of 2015 the foundation of Cornerstone

They were referred to as trendsetters, trailblazers and pioneers.

NRD chief optimistic about federal funding for levee enhancement

A plan is in place to persuade the federal government to contribute $10 million to the estimated $25 million cost of improving 19 miles of levees a...

Karray’s Cafe to help BPD K9 Unit

Community members can help out the Bellevue Police Department’s K9 Unit by dining out this weekend.

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In The Game

Akin-Otiko sweeps sprints at State

Chloe Akin-Otiko won four events at the State track and field meet this weekend.

Papio girls cruise to first state championship in school history

Papillion-La Vista girls tennis won the school's first ever team state championship.

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Happenings

Our suggestions for what to do this week. 

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Remembrance

More than 200 people filled Peterson Park on Monday to honor area service members during a Memorial Day observance.

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Festival salutes La Vista

This year’s annual festival in La Vista had the same classic events and activities, but was packaged under a new name, Salute to Summer.

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A trip back in time: Three generations recount Fry's service in World War II

Wendell Fry, an Army Air Corp. veteran of World War II, and former Ralston resident, was lucky enough not only to travel back to where he was st...

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