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Cell towers and satellite dish get OK

Bellevue residents turned out in full force Thursday to protest a 130-foot stealth communications tower on the property of Pilgrim Lutheran Church.

Sarah Inks fundraiser set for Sept. 13

A fund raiser will be held Sept. 13 for a young Bellevue woman battling repeated seizures in the University of Nebraska Medical Center’s Intensive ...

BLT to kick off another season

The Bellevue Little Theatre will pick up the pace Sept. 11 when it opens its 2015-16 season with “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas.”

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In The Game

Monarchs sweep Marian Invite, stay perfect

Papillion-La Vista softball went 3-0 with three wins over ranked teams at the Marian Invite this weekend.

Dragons ace invite to start season

Boys tennis recap

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North Face opens at mall

The North Face opened its doors Friday at Nebraska Crossing outlet mall.

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Tractor trio

On any given Saturday or Sunday afternoon, you’re likely to find Todd Remmers and his two sons out in the barn, tinkering with their tractors.

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Attention! Adler receives West Point experience

Over the summer, Ralston High School senior Jade Adler spent a week doing anything but relaxing. Adler attended the United States Military Acade...

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