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Ebola won’t stop Bellevue woman from aiding Liberia

Her mom seems a little uneasy about it, but Rebecca Monnier insists she will fulfill her two-year Peace Corps commitment to the Ebola-wracked West African nation of Liberia.

She was there for six weeks, from June 14 to Aug. 2, before flying back to the United States with 47 other Peace Corps volunteers after the current Ebola outbreak began to gather momentum.

Forum sees county’s future as green, windy, populous

A new world of wind-based energy, walkable neighborhoods and mixed use communities is in Sarpy County’s future, according to testimony delivered Tuesday at a forum hosted by the Sarpy County Chamber of Commerce.

City offices begin their move

The exodus of city offices from Mission Avenue has begun.

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Axe Taekwon-Do recently donated 26 bags of food and four cases of canned food to the Bellevue Food Pantry as part of their community service project.

Together Again

Group of former Ralston soccer standouts make up one of the best teams in the area.

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Aug. 21 through Aug. 27

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Growing a bumper crop of therapy

For most people, reaping the benefits of a summer garden is like the rainbow at the end of the storm.

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Choo-choo coming through

Travelers on Highway 370 may have caught a curious sight during their Friday morning commute.

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First day fun at St. Gerald

Students at St. Gerald Catholic School returned Monday for the first day of school They started the day with a morning assembly. 

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