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Kay Dammast faces last session as city clerk

For 12 and a half years, Kay Dammast has been the first point of contact for people approaching the City of Bellevue for liquor licenses, event licenses, information about ordinances and just plain hoping to be kicked in a direction as they try to navigate the bureaucracy of city government.

Bullock adds to duties at library

Michelle Bullock is the Bellevue Public Library’s new assistant children’s librarian along with her trusted right-hand helper, Nutmeg.

East grad lands internship in the presidential office

A Bellevue East High School graduate will soon get his chance to call the White House his office.

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In The Game

Carson reaches milestone win total

Gretna takes home Gradoville Invite at Bryan

Friday night highlights

No looking ahead for West

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Our Neighboring Communities

Sept. 18 through Sept. 24

Our suggestions for what to do this week.

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Youth group collections go to area pantry

It began as a typical evening at youth group, but this time they ended their night with 1,049 rolls of toilet paper.

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PLV’s Senior Sunday helps students find their footing

Papillion-La Vista High School helped ease the stress with Senior Sunday, a college and job fair that offered students the chance to talk to surrounding schools and businesses.

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RHS alum finding new worlds at college

2014 Ralston High School graduate Maggie Lo is attending college on a full-ride scholarship, and has big dreams of being a motion picture animator.

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