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Borman honored for 39 years with police

After 39 years of service with the department, Rich Borman retired on July 31. He was recognized for his service at the Aug. 5 Papillion City Council meeting.

Grenades removed from La Vista home

La Vista police removed five live hand grenades from a La Vista home on the afternoon of Aug. 14.

Midlands Pirate Festival rated ARRRR!

The seventh annual Midlands Pirate Festival returns to the Bellevue Berry Farm, 11001 South 48th St., from Aug. 23 to 24, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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Papillion-La Vista and Papillion-La Vista South look to continue their softball success with the start of the new season.

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Axe Taekwon-Do recently donated 26 bags of food and four cases of canned food to the Bellevue Food Pantry as part of their community service project.

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Borman honored for 39 years with police

After 39 years of service with the department, Rich Borman retired on July 31. He was recognized for his service at the Aug. 5 Papillion City Council meeting.

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