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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.

Department of Revenue: Papillion builds huge sales gap over Bellevue

The City of Bellevue came a distant second in Sarpy County net taxable sales for the first quarter of 2014.

Bryan boot camp trains the mind, builds leaders

On last Tuesday and Wednesday evening at Bryan High School’s football field, boot camp was in session.

It wasn’t the “hut-two-three-four,” run 15 miles uphill and then get down in the mud and crawl under barbed-wire type boot camp many think of. This camp had more of an academic flair — think a 15-mile uphill march for the mind.

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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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Cops, robbers and capers coming to museum

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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Serenaders ready to Jam next month

This 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.

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