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Bryan High School in Bellevue manages to have a first of its kind. Bidong Tot, a history teacher at Bryan, is the first Sudanese educator to serve in OPS.

Preschool opening is latest venture for lifelong educator

Nancy "Carol" Olsen, who has been teaching various grade levels for over 50 years, is opening Safari Preschool in Bellevue.

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In The Game

Titans run past Monarchs in crosstown showdown

Fairchild and Sellers led Titans with a combined six touchdowns.

Dragons pull another win out of the fire

Defensive stand gives Gretna the double overtime victory

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Support group brings fresh hope to families

He’d never seen his father cry.

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Papillion sings ‘Happy Birthday’ to ‘Star-Spangled Banner’

It wasn’t as well attended as, say, the nation’s birthday party, but it was a proud scene, a sweeping celebration done right.

The Papillion Area Historical Society hosted a birthday party for "The Star-Spangled Banner" on Saturday.

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World’s largest spaghetti feed slated for Sunday

“Nobody goes hungry for one day” is the motto of the “The World’s Largest Spaghetti Feed Ever,” that is taking place on Sunday from 11 to 3 p.m. at 12 locations throughout the Omaha Metro, and at Lewis Central High School in Council Bluffs.

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