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Highway 34 corridor plan wouldn’t be painless

Bellevue voters Nov. 4 will be asked to weigh the possibility of attracting new industry against the likelihood of temporarily cutting back on existing services in order to attract those new jobs.

Who do you love?

Suburban Newspapers, which includes of the Bellevue Leader, Papillion Times, Gretna Breeze and The Base: 68113, along with, is proud to announce the inaugural Sarpy County People’s Choice Awards.


The Daniel J. Gross Catholic High School pep rally ended with a splash Friday afternoon when members of the student body, along with staff, gathered for a mass dousing courtesy of the Bellevue Fire Department.

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In The Game

Dragons are tough mudders

Gretna needs two overtimes to win over Lincoln Pius X in the wet conditions.

Defense sets the tone in Thunderbird blowout

T-bird D notches a shutout and forces four turnovers along the way.

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Our Neighboring Communities

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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Bellinos receive Mayor’s Distinguished Legacy Award

Through their multiple businesses, Don and Valerie Bellino provided financial support and volunteer work in the community.

For that reason, they were recognized by Mayor Doug Kindig at the La Vista City Council’s Aug. 19 meeting. They received the Mayor’s Distinguished Legacy Award.

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New principal finds purpose

It may have taken St. Gerald’s new principal years to yield to her childhood dream of being an educator, but Michaela Goerke’s childhood vision is finally coming to pass.

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