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Technology in the classroom Devices changing way teachers teach, students learn

It’s likely every teacher since the world’s first one-room schoolhouse marm has dreamed of duplicating themselves. Now, teachers in Bellevue Public...

Council approves city attorney’s contract; includes hike in hourly fees

Patrick Sullivan, a private attorney who doubles as Bellevue’s city attorney, will be paid a $70,200 annual retainer to provide “routine” legal ser...

Call goes out to aid Sarpy dispatcher

By doing their job well, two Sarpy County dispatchers saved the life of one of their own last fall.

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In The Game

Shockey father-son duo brings family tradition to Bellevue West baseball

Jason Shockey and his father Curt are teaming up to lead the Bellevue West basebal program.

Papio South sweeps its own Titan Classic

Both P-LV South team's won the titles at their home meet.

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March 12 through March 18

Here are our suggestions for what to do this week. 

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Breaking down barriers

Construction of a barrier-free playground in Peterson Park is expected to take place this summer now that the Knights of Columbus have reached i...

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Mock car crash makes impact on students

More than 800 Papillion-La Vista juniors and seniors converged on the parking lot to watch a mock car crash at the school on Friday morning.

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An education in the great outdoors

Sixth-graders from St. Gerald Catholic School got an up close look at nature Thursday and Friday.

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