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the House

Gross High has adopted the house system, long a staple in British education. The system divides the school into teams, called “houses,” and allows them to earn points through various achievements and activities throughout the year.

BPD simulator offers terror and chaos, on demand

The Bellevue Police Department can walk down a flight of steps in the basement of the department's headquarters and step into the newly installed $350,000 VirTra incident simulator. The simulator will held them practice real life scenarios they could face on the job.

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In The Game

Records fall as Thunderbirds roll

Kowalski and Johnson each break records in the passing game

Titan boys second at UNK

Papio's Pickering takes fifth 

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Our Neighboring Communities

Sept. 25 through Oct. 1

Our suggestions for what to do this week.

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Art decorates downtown Papillion during art stroll, art festival

Art was in the air in downtown Papillion Saturday.

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Hoist your Ral-Stein

The first Ral-Stein Festival of Beer will commence Oct. 9 from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Hillcrest Landing parking lot, 7559 Main St. 

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