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West football players tackle season’s first opponent: the heat

Summer may be halfway over and the last week may have felt more October than July, but the heat shows no sign of stopping.

BPS to require activity cards in upcoming school year

Students and parents will no longer be able to attend school events for free.

Sarpy County Fair around the corner

The difficulty of the Sarpy County Fair is choosing what to see out of such a variety of events and shows.

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In The Game

West duo gains wins in NCA games

Hatterle, Braun on winning teams.

Extra innings loss ends PB’s season

Pinnacle Bank's season ends with marathon loss.

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Our Neighboring Communities

July 24 through July 30

Our suggestions for what to do this week.

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Kelly told E-911 transition plan on course

With the clock ticking on a three-year period before Sarpy County assumes full control of countywide E-911 service, County Commissioner Don Kelly July 15 urged that a transition plan be established.

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City Council Digest

The Papillion City Council approved several items at its July 15 meeting.

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Program adds second bus

For nearly two decades now, the cities of La Vista and Ralston offer a Special Services Unit to transport individuals wherever they need to go.

The La Vista/Ralston Special Services Unit started offering a second bus in mid-May.

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