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Migrating butterflies find respite at library garden waystation

Green Bellevue has joined a countywide effort to provide waystations for migrating butterflies whose habitat is increasingly being threatened by garden chemicals.

Model cars sold as fundraising effort

In addition to leaving with a better sense of neighborhood safety, National Night Out party-goers could have also left with a little piece of the Bellevue Police Department.

Finding fun at a Sokol swap meet

In a year or two, Maranda Stockton of Auburn, Neb., would like to move out of her parents’ house. In that time she’s planning on stocking up on home essentials.

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In The Game

Together Again

Group of former Ralston soccer standouts make up one of the best teams in the area.

Consistency remains a stapleof Bruin women’s soccer

Bellevue will have a good mix of experience and youth heading into the 2014 season.

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Our Neighboring Communities

Aug. 14 through Aug. 20

Our suggestions for what to do this week.

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Traffic signals a go for 370 intersection

Activation of signals awaits pending results of NDOR study

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Treasure hunting in City Park

Fresh off a deployment to Qatar, the tiny desert spit of a county on the dorsal shore of the Arabian Peninsula, Senior Airman Randon Beaudet, late of Hawaii, found himself last Thursday afternoon — a muggy, misty, dismal affair — in City Park, plying his favorite avocation.

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Summer Bash for Childhood Cancer

The eighth annual Summer Bash for Childhood Cancer will be held on Aug. 23.

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