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No gilding this lily

The last time a Turk’s cap lily was observed in Fontenelle Forest, disco was in flower.

Lincoln’s Madonna opens Bellevue rehab hospital

Quietly, and noticed by few, a second hospital just opened in Bellevue.

Celebrating the red, white and blue way

Seniors at the Bellevue Senior Community Center celebrated the Fourth of July in style.

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In The Game

Breeze qualify 33 for Nationals

Papio grad Kenzo Cotton continues dominance on track with two Nebraska Junior Olympic records to headline the Breeze.

Area tourneys loom as league play ends; AFP second in Lincoln

First State Bank, DJ's Dugout and Associated Fire Protection finish league play with 7-3 marks.

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July 10 through July 16

Our suggestions for what to do this week.

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Retired State Patrol captain to head 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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The sun’ll come out for ‘Annie’

As the Papillion-La Vista Community Theatre readies to open its production of “Annie” Thursday evening 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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Another Independence Day springs forth

Drop Ralston anywhere else in the state of Nebraska and people will still make it a point to come here on July 4.

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