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It’s often said a person’s life can be measured by the number of people who show up at their funeral.

So it makes sense someone like the legendary Babe Ruth, who had a large impact on both young and old, would have had thousands show up to pay their final respects.

I know almost no sign language. I can sign “thank you” and “I’m sorry” and that is really the beginning and end of my knowledge.


30 Days

Back in the day, Scorz Sports Center, 7602 Main St., was just known for it’s late night hours and league bowling.

60 Days

The Ralston Community Theatre’s annual production is coming soon.

This year’s musical, “Sweet Charity,” runs the weekends of July 1-17 at the Ralston Performing Arts Centre inside Ralston High School, 8969 Park Drive. Friday and Saturday shows start at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday shows start at 2 p.m.

90 Days

A longtime Ralston resident has returned from a historic trip.

Marge Peterson was aboard one of the first U.S. cruise ships to Cuba in more than 50 years.