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Classic Mustang visit signaturemoment for Wounded Warriors

It’s hard to imagine a more American scene.

A drive-in food joint in a small military town on a hot summer day, parked on the grass is a 2014 Ford Mustang GT500 painted red, white and blue with American flag decorations and a massive Purple Heart medal emblazoned on the hood.

Kelly told E-911 transition plan on course

With the clock ticking on a three-year period before Sarpy County assumes full control of countywide E-911 service, County Commissioner Don Kelly July 15 urged that a transition plan be established.

West football players tackle season’s first opponent: the heat

Summer may be halfway over and the last week may have felt more October than July, but the heat shows no sign of stopping.

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In The Game

West duo gains wins in NCA games

Hatterle, Braun on winning teams.

Extra innings loss ends PB’s season

Pinnacle Bank's season ends with marathon loss.

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Our Neighboring Communities

July 24 through July 30

Our suggestions for what to do this week.

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These Days are ours

Gretna Days was in full swing last weekend.

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Angry Birds mellow at library

Drew Kirk wore the face of victory as his Angry Bird crashed into a tower, knocking over all the pigs.

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Program adds second bus

For nearly two decades now, the cities of La Vista and Ralston offer a Special Services Unit to transport individuals wherever they need to go.

The La Vista/Ralston Special Services Unit started offering a second bus in mid-May.

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