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Watering the family tree

Opened in the early 1990s, the Family History Center has gone from stacks upon stacks of hardbound books and ledgers, microfilm and microfiche, to the high-tech world of online genealogy, where family researchers are able to scour millions of records in seconds that, a decade ago, may have taken painstaking hours, days or even months to pore over.

Battle of words continues

A sometimes contentious discussion between Bellevue mayoral candidate Chuck Fredrick and City Finance Director Rich Severson over the proper accounting of rescue service fees continues.

Ackley criticizes city’s lackof funding for infrastructure

A Bellevue planning commissioner criticized the City of Bellevue Thursday for not planning to install infrastructure on land adjoining the new Highway 34 bridge over the Missouri River, which is expected to open this fall.

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In The Game

Gretna NEX 0-2 in first Class A tourney

Successful NEX season comes to an end.

Ralston FSB 1-2 at National Division Tournament

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

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Our Neighboring Communities

July 31 through Aug. 6

Our suggestions for what to do this week.

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Red Cross in need of blood

The American Red Cross could soon be facing an emergency situation.

During the summer months, the Red Cross sees a regular shortage of blood donations, but this summer’s supply shortage is a little different.

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Winin', walkin', shoppin'

The Historical Downtown Papillion Business Association hosted its first Sip and Walk event last Thursday.

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Giving through golf

The 13th Annual Messiah Lutheran Outreach Charity Golf Tournament will be held Sept. 7 at the Pacific Springs Golf Course.

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