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Bellevue backyard farmer has eye on growing state’s biggest pumpkin

Heartbreak doesn’t always come in the form of a broken heart.

For Darren Christensen, heartbreak comes in a split down the middle of a 600-pound pumpkin he’s cared for and nurtured for months.

Sarpy County budget: spending outpaces revenue for 2014-15

Sarpy County will spend more than $133 million in the 2014-15 fiscal year - $7.9 million more than it did last year.

Yo ho and a barrel of fun
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In The Game

Irvin, Monarchs start with wins

Monarchs takes honors at Monarch and Elkhorn South Invites

A special day for Zikas, P-LV

Papillion-La Vista wins on Nolan Zikas Day at the Park.

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Aug. 28 through Sept. 3

Our suggestions for what to do this week.

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District continues mentoring tradition

Teachers mentoring teachers is a philopsphy Gretna Public Schools has relied on for more than three decades.

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Checkpoint an enforcement effort, but also an outreach opportunity

Around 10:30 p.m. last Friday at Second and Washington streets in downtown Papillion, even amid the traffic cones and flashing police cruiser lights, it felt more like an old-home week than a DUI checkpoint.

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Ralston native’s Benson flower business blooms

For Brianna Treantos and Sharon Davis, Buds and Buttons is their first brick and mortar store in their careers after years of working part-time on floral arrangements.

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