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Sarpy Serenaders ready to Jam next month

This ain’t your granddaddy’s barbershop.

Next month, the Sarpy Serenaders’ barbershop quartets and chorus will perform a playbill of popular music through the decades, set to the four-part harmony of classic barbershop.

42nd Street work encountered surprises

Work on a short stretch of 42nd Street just north of Harrison Street is about two weeks behind schedule and might fall further behind if forecast rain materializes this week.

Law & Order: Sarpy County

Bad guys, bigamists, chicken thieves, cattle rustlers, hog thieves, moonshiners and murdering jail breakers all populate the history of Sarpy County, and if they thought their crimes were dead and buried, they have another think coming.

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In The Game

Irvin, Monarchs start with wins

Monarchs takes honors at Monarch and Elkhorn South Invites

A special day for Zikas, P-LV

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

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Our Neighboring Communities

Aug. 28 through Sept. 3

Our suggestions for what to do this week.

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District continues mentoring tradition

Teachers mentoring teachers is a philopsphy Gretna Public Schools has relied on for more than three decades.

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Hurst recognized for 35 years of service to community

The La Vista Public Library may have changed over the years, but for the past 35 years, there has been one constant.

Jean Hurst.

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New principal finds purpose

It may have taken St. Gerald’s new principal years to yield to her childhood dream of being an educator, but Michaela Goerke’s childhood vision is finally coming to pass.

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