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Fill your hand, partner!

A lot of kids play cowboy with pointed fingers and mouthed sound effects.

Some may even posse up with the neighborhood and have the white hats go against the black hats. But not many kids grow up to keep playing cowboy.

Wild West Creations is a group drawing members from around the metro area that attends shows, parties and more, dressed in 1890s cowboy gear, six shooters, spurs and all.

BPD hosting community National Night Out event

National Night Out, a nationwide crime prevention event in its 31st year, will take place on Tuesday in Bellevue.

Mayor, council members bearing cost of travel, seminars

Mayor Rita Sanders and members of the Bellevue City Council have vastly underspent their assigned budgets over the past four years, spending just $35,384.39 of the $104,063.24 that was provided to them for expenses connected to their duties.

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Burrus pitches AFP past Hastings;Titans fight for tourney life

Westside sends AFP to losers bracket after a two-win start to the state tourney.

The spirit of the 70s

Though in their 70's, Ken and Carol Deman haven't lost any desire to keep active.

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July 24 through July 30

Our suggestions for what to do this week.

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GHS hosts security training session

Just a few miles down the road from Columbine High School, a bearded stranger took six female high school students hostage, later releasing four of them.

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Water, water everywhere

Dozens of children cooled off at the Schwer Park splash pad last Friday.

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Jumpstart offers remedial work, enrichment, fun

Their chairs might be empty, books slightly dusty and marker boards left expressionless and blank for the summer recess, the classrooms and halls at Blumfield Elementary are now alive again, and with a summer glow.

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