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Bellevue teenager is passionate about County Fair

Abby the horse, Zeus the black labrador, Dot the pygmy goat, a domestic long-haired cat named Haley, Sawyer the lamb and pigs Porsche and Georges a...

ACLU once again defends use of ‘profane’ language at public meetings

A rewritten policy governing how residents may address the mayor and Bellevue City Council was for the second time removed from the council agenda ...

BPS has eye out for bus-passing motorists

Bellevue Police Department Captain Dave Stukenholtz rests his hand on a video camera box installed on one of Bellevue Public...

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In The Game

Siwa’s gem wins state opener, PB drops next two

Pinnacle Bank (Papillion-La Vista) saw its season come to and end with a loss to Columbus.

DiGiorgio’s goes 1-2 in Hastings

DiGiorgio's Sportswear (Gross Catholic) finished up a successful season with a 1-2 record at the state tournament.

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Happenings

Our suggestions for what to do this week.

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Strike up the band

Eighth-grade Gretna Middle School band students were preparing recently at band camp for the Applejack Festival Parade competition, which will b...

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La Vista to start youth leadership council

The City of La Vista will have a new advisory group made up of youth from the area.

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Ralston cheerleaders win ‘Top Banana’

Plenty of teamwork and hard work paid off for the Ralston High School’s cheerleading squads.

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