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Midlands Community Foundation pitches bigger tent as public charity

Five years ago, and looking back on more than a quarter-century’s philanthropy, the board of directors of the Midlands Community Foundation stood at a crossroads.

The dreamlike poetry world of Natasha Kessler

Natasha Kessler's book, consisting of 34 poems, was recently published by Coconut Books, a small, but influential publisher of poetry.

Foundation awards three grants

The Bellevue Community Foundation awarded three grants to organizations in the Bellevue community at the annual BCF tailgate party on Saturday at Champions Village.

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In The Game

Rams shock ’Bolts for first win

Murph does a little of everything in Ram win.

Barrett’s big play halts Bears comeback

Bears can't stop East's offense in Bellevue showdown

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Our Neighboring Communities

Sept. 18 through Sept. 24

Our suggestions for what to do this week.

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Support group brings fresh hope to families

He’d never seen his father cry.

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Bowes knows running

Four years after running his first marathon, Papillion Fire Chief Bill Bowes has put nine marathons beneath his running shoes and is working on his 10th.

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Ralston’s Wine Walk is Sept. 25

Ralston’s third annual Wine Walk will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. on Sept. 25.

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