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Fountain another step for American Heroes Park

American Heroes Park took another step toward its destiny last week when city officials and members of the Bellevue Community Foundation gathered to mark installation of a $40,000 fountain.

School children focus of Church of Christ’s annual clothing drive

With school just around the corner, it can be financially stressful to purchase all the things children need to start the year.

Bellevue Church of Christ is trying to make the burden of buying new school clothes a little easier by hosting a clothing giveaway. Along with clothing items, the church will also have backpacks and various school supplies they will donate to families in need.

Award winners

A Bellevue East High School graduate received a scholarship from the PEO Sisterhood.

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In The Game

The spirit of the 70s

Though in their 70's, Ken and Carol Deman haven't lost any desire to keep active.

West duo gains wins in NCA games

Hatterle, Braun on winning teams.

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Our Neighboring Communities

July 24 through July 30

Our suggestions for what to do this week.

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GMS Band marches on

It’s usually the high schools that get in on the summer marching band brush-up, but this year, Gretna Middle School is also hosting its own practice sessions.

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Watering the family tree

Opened in the early 1990s, the Family History Center has gone from stacks upon stacks of hardbound books and ledgers, microfilm and microfiche, to the high-tech world of online genealogy, where family researchers are able to scour millions of records in seconds that, a decade ago, may have taken painstaking hours, days or even months to pore over.

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Watering the family tree

Opened in the early 1990s, the Family History Center has gone from stacks upon stacks of hardbound books and ledgers, microfilm and microfiche, to the high-tech world of online genealogy, where family researchers are able to scour millions of records in seconds that, a decade ago, may have taken painstaking hours, days or even months to pore over.

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