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Healing through art

Elizabeth Boutin will have her art displayed at the Weber Fine Arts gallery at the University of Nebraska Omaha. The exhibition, “Everything Paper, opens Aug. 29 with a public reception from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. and will be featured until Oct. 2.

Local to walk for cure, awareness

Karen Steenhoek, of Bellevue, will participate in the Susan G. Komen Foundation’s three-day Race for the Cure walk in Philadelphia in September.

Bellevue resident develops program to help youth, women

After years of behavioral problems resulting in school suspensions and fights, Tunette Powell was finally able to pinpoint the source of her problems.

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In The Game

A special day for Zikas, P-LV

Papillion-La Vista wins on Nolan Zikas Day at the Park.

Jaramillo’s gem gives Titans title

Gretna wins two of three in Milford.

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Our Neighboring Communities

Aug. 21 through Aug. 27

Our suggestions for what to do this week.

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Big Dog Beverage set to expand in Gretna

Larry Gregurich began his career in the alcohol industry 36 years ago in Fremont working for a beer distributor.

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Serenaders ready to Jam next month

This ain’t your granddaddy’s barbershop.

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Ralston teachers make a difference a world away

When Donna Bright landed in Tanzania’s airport, she felt as if she’d arrived home.

The retired Ralston educator had visited Africa’s eastern coast only once before, but she knew she’d return with another group of teachers to help impart knowledge to the nation’s most precious resource.

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