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Supply drop

The City of La Vista dropped off school supply donations to G. Stanley Hall Elementary School on Aug. 8.

There is an app for that in PLSD

When people nowadays have a problem, they’re likely to get this response: “There’s an app for that.”

Now, for students and parents in Papillion-La Vista Schools, there is in fact an app for that.

Papillion police holding sobriety checkpoint

The Papillion Police Department will hold a safety and sobriety checkpoint during the fourth week of August in an effort to promote safety and attention on impaired driving.

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In The Game

Together Again

Group of former Ralston soccer standouts make up one of the best teams in the area.

Consistency remains a stapleof Bruin women’s soccer

Bellevue will have a good mix of experience and youth heading into the 2014 season.

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Aug. 14 through Aug. 20

Our suggestions for what to do this week.

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Joe Marik embarks upon a second half-century in the classroom

Joe Marik doesn’t remember a day when he wasn’t excited to go to work.

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Supply drop

The City of La Vista dropped off school supply donations to G. Stanley Hall Elementary School on Aug. 8.

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Eighteen-act show rolls through arena

A press conference last Thursday at the Ralston Arena might well have been named “Two Degrees from Stardom,” as the arena prepared to host what is believed to be the largest musical tribute show in history, featuring 18 performers taking to the stage as some of rock ’n’ roll’s biggest names.

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