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Dogzilla invades Bellevue

You know it’s a special kind of meal when you have to sign a waiver before being served.

July 23 was National Hot Dog Day, and in celebration of such a monumental holiday, a monumental hot dog eating contest was held at B & B Classic Dogs in Bellevue.

City gives final approval to installing splash pad at Hastings Banner Park

It’s final. Hastings Banner Park in northwest Bellevue will get the city’s first splash pad.

Police department to host Citizens Police Academy

The Bellevue Police Department is offering a behind the scenes look at law enforcement.

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In The Game

Ralston FSB 1-2 at National Division Tournament

First State Bank wins opener in Grand Island before losing next two games.

Burrus pitches AFP past Hastings;Titans fight for tourney life

Westside sends AFP to losers bracket after a two-win start to the state tourney.

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Our Neighboring Communities

July 31 through Aug. 6

Our suggestions for what to do this week.

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Gretna camp provides traditional camp experience for area youth battling illness

It all started in 1984 when an Omaha housewife saw a talk show featuring a special summer camp for kids with cancer and blood disorders.

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Teen Court, Law Academy teaches youths finer points of law

About 20 teenagers have sat, day after day, in a courtroom at the Sarpy County Courthouse, taking part in the county’s vaunted Summer Law Academy program, an educational enterprise which gives young people with an interest in the law a hands-on experience.

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Dolphens Design and Sign continues creating for Henry Doorly Zoo

Dolphens Design and Sign in downtown Ralston has niched out a unique form (or foam) of art for Omaha.

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