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Mayor ready to attach names to public facilities

An ordinance change that will allow the city to name public facilities for living persons was done with specific people in mind.

Saturday Chorus to perform at West

Fifth- and sixth-grade students from all 15 of the Bellevue Public Schools elementary schools will perform in a free concert at 10:30 a.m. Saturday...

Pancake breakfasts to resume

The Bellevue Volunteer Firefighters Hall, 2108 Franklin St., will begin its monthly pancake breakfast starting Sunday.

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In The Game

Dragons lose in overtime, fall from the unbeatens

Plattsmouth gets the best of Gretna

Murph’s long run halts Platteview comeback

Murph finishes with 250 rushing yards to lead Ralston past the Trojans. 

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10 years adds up to fall fun

St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church in Gretna celebrated its 10-year anniversary with a fall festival on Sunday.

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Werner Park plans to party on the patio in 2016

Another addition is planned to enhance the experience for those attending a game at Werner Park in 2016.

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Seymour student’s green thumb earns blue ribbon

Sixth-grader Micah Tracy has a green thumb and the blue ribbon to prove it.

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