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Award winners

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

Keeping an eye on the wheels on the bus

For young children, going to school for the first time can be a little scary.

Having to take a school bus for the first time can make the experience even more nerve-wracking for both students and parents who don’t know what to expect.

Crawford law casts light on contracts

A state website that permits people to review state contracts, how much those contracts are worth, and who performs the work, has been established in compliance with a new law authored and promoted by Bellevue State Sen. Sue Crawford.

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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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Flying high over Gretna Days

Saturday night, the Village Square on the corner of highways 6 and 370 began to fill with a new noise.

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Library event brings nature to the city

Delaney Murphy, Isaac Smith, Olivia Baker and Bentley Baker stumbled upon a fresh crime scene one afternoon last week.

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Program adds second bus

For nearly two decades now, the cities of La Vista and Ralston offer a Special Services Unit to transport individuals wherever they need to go.

The La Vista/Ralston Special Services Unit started offering a second bus in mid-May.

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