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Schnoes takes helm as new ESU No. 3 administrator

After one day on the job, Dan Schnoes is comfortable in his new role as administrator of Educational Service Unit No. 3.

Grasso finds smoother sailing in Plattsmouth

Scott Grasso, who persuaded the city to change an ordinance so that his boat repair shop could remain in Olde Towne, has relocated his business to Plattsmouth.

Retired State Patrol captain to head Sarpy 911

A retired state patrol captain has been hired to lead the Sarpy County E-911 center.

Brad Rice, who spent 29 years with the Nebraska State Patrol, will start work July 21.

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In The Game

Woodard finds title magic once again

Woodard takes home 2014 ITG Coach of the Year award after leading the T-birds to a state championship.

Brazeal a man for all seasons

The Thunderbird earned the maximum of 12 letters while playing football, basketball and baseball in his career at Bellevue West.

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July 10 through July 16

Our suggestions for what to do this week.

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‘Annie’ taking the stage at Sumtur

As the Papillion-La Vista Community Theatre readies to open its production of “Annie” Thursday at 8 p.m. at the Sumtur, the musical’s director, Anthony Clark-Kaczmarek mused that for all the vagaries of al fresco production, the rehearsals thus far have been blessed with tomorrows and tomorrows and tomorrows full of sun.

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Chiropractor finds success stories in El Salvador

Andrew Rivera, owner of The Bridge Chiropractic and Wellness, was one of 20 chiropractors and chiropractic students who took a mission trip to El Salvador from June 22 to June 29.

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Pie bakers cook up delights

The 14th annual Ralston Independence Day Picnic in the Park Pie Baking Contest was flavorful and fun, with a lot of familiar faces getting in on the action.

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