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Disease strikes stately oaks

Some of the oak trees in Bellevue Cemetery have been infected with a fungal disease, and they are fading.

New Beginnings collecting coats

New Beginnings Worship Center is conducting a coat drive through Nov. 15. Once collected, they will be washed, bagged and paired with a matching...

Election forum finds much agreement, some discord

Bellevue’s two mayoral and three of its four City Council candidates presented a unified front Thursday night at a candidates forum held at Bell...

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In The Game

Titans third, Monarchs sixth at Class A State

Tony Ripa/Eric Lange bring home third place in No. 2 doubles.

Gretna’s Weber reaches No. 1 singles final

Dragons take sixth with Gross and Ralston falling in spots ninth and 11th, respectively.

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Oct. 16 through Oct. 22

Our suggestions for what to do this week.

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Gretna couple grows salt-and-pepper shaker collection to more than 7,000 sets

You need to be specific when you ask for the salt and pepper in Dale and Patti Lewis’ home.

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Training for ... Training

Students participating in the Athletic Training Academy in the Papillion-La Vista School District are getting hands-on experience.

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Curling up with a fun game

The Aksarben Curling Club has found a new home at the Ralston Arena’s ice rink, and had its first meeting on Sunday evening.

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