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MCF pitches bigger tent as public charity

Five years ago, and looking back on more than a quarter-century’s philanthropy, the board of directors of the Midlands Community Foundation stood at a crossroads.

Fire department hosting pancake breakfast, open house

The Papillion Fire Department has a rich history, and this year, it’s keeping with one old tradition, as well as starting a new one.

The department is prepping for its annual pancake feed and open house at its downtown Papillion station.

It will also host an open house at one of the La Vista stations.

Bowes knows running

Four years after running his first marathon, Papillion Fire Chief Bill Bowes has put nine marathons beneath his running shoes and is working on his 10th.

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In The Game

Carson reaches milestone win total

Gretna takes home Gradoville Invite at Bryan

Friday night highlights

No looking ahead for West

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Our Neighboring Communities

Sept. 18 through Sept. 24

Our suggestions for what to do this week.

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Thomas Elementary hosts Laps for Learning

Something big, something fun, something different.

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MCF pitches bigger tent as public charity

Five years ago, and looking back on more than a quarter-century’s philanthropy, the board of directors of the Midlands Community Foundation stood at a crossroads.

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Food allergy concerns rise with start of school

Brothers Ashton and Lukas Monical were eager to start preschool and kindergarten in Ralston this year.

But their parents, Mike and Elizabeth Monical, have valid concerns about more than their boys’ academic and social success.

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