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Being named the 2014 Gretna Citizen of the Year Friday evening took Kevin Riley back to another tight-knit community he remembers well.

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Midlands Community Foundation accepting grant applications

The Midlands Community Foundation is accepting grant applications from nonprofit organizations.

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Ralston First State Bank cashes in on state trip

FSB's 18-run performance lifts them to first Nebraska Legion Baseball State Tournament since 2011.

NEX to make first trip to Class A state tourney

Gretna Legion team finishes area play with 2-2 mark.

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‘Gretna is still Gretna’

Being named the 2014 Gretna Citizen of the Year Friday evening took Kevin Riley back to another tight-knit community he remembers well.

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Potter’s other clay on display at City Hall

There’s something about art that invites an exploration of the unknown.

For Mike Arnold, a 24-year veteran teacher of art and a worker in malleable materials himself, the invitation is always extended.

Arnold's pottery is on display in the gallery on the second floor of Papillion City Hall for the next six weeks.

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Hole-in-one is great moment for grandson, grandfather

From the time he was 3 years old, it’s almost as if this hole-in-one was just waiting for Peyton Koch.

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