A flurry of Valentine’s Day activities recently wrapped up in Sarpy County, and now we are firmly looking toward spring — even if it’s not here yet.
My dog, Tilly, has loved how much like spring it’s felt lately.
The coverage previously found in the Bellevue Leader can now be found inside the pages and on the website of the Sarpy County Times.
Holding Omaha North scoreless for the first 4:24 of the game, Omaha Bryan held on for a 60-55 win over the Vikings at home on Wednesday, Jan. 25.
The Bellevue Little Theatre will conclude a three-week run of the Agatha Christie mystery “Spider’s Web” this weekend.
Thanks for picking up the inaugural issue of The Times, our new paper serving all of Sarpy County.
Plans for the expanded Sarpy County Museum are coming together.
An area under development for affordable senior housing has been declared blighted and substandard by the City of Bellevue.
Members of the Bellevue Public Works Department were treated to a free lunch on Thursday by Raising Canes of Bellevue.
More than three tons of discarded holiday lights were collected for recycling by Boy Scouts of America Troop 231 B & G of Bellevue.
Bellevue University’s Sustainability Learning Lab recently earned architectural firm HDR an Architectural Honor Award-Excellence in Design award from the American Institute of Architects, Nebraska Chapter.
There was overwhelming community turnout for a fundraiser to support employees of Nettie’s Fine Mexican Food on Sunday.
The City of Bellevue is putting financial support behind Light Up Bellevue to keep up the organization’s efforts to provide holiday illumination to the community.
Papillion-La Vista South's Laila Fiscus announced her commitment to Bellevue University on Twitter Sunday evening.
Free parties being held around Sarpy County and the rest of Nebraska are offering a glimpse into what it’s like to be a member of the Girl Scouts.
Bellevue West defensive back Donnovan Whitfield and offensive lineman Jackson Remmert committed to reigning NJCAA national champions Iowa Western this past weekend.
Nebraska lawmakers introduced 812 bills during the first 10 days of the legislative session, the window for legislation to be filed for consideration.
A pair of Omaha Gross linemen, Carson Almgren and Salvatore Nacarelli, will continue their playing careers together at Hastings College.
Bellevue West all-purpose back Gio Contreras announced his commitment to Peru State College on Friday, Jan. 20.
The Omaha Public Power District welcomed a new board member from Sarpy County at its monthly meeting Thursday.
Gretna has the blueprint for teams hoping to stay with undefeated Bellevue West.
A planned high-end pizzeria, all-ages game arcade and a high-tech axe throwing system could transform a classic Bellevue bowling alley into an ultramodern entertainment center.
A winter storm is converting over to snow Wednesday afternoon.
A newspaper is a personal endeavor.
No. 6 Bellevue East took down top-10 opponent Millard West 62-52 at home with a career-high 19 points from junior Kara Stricklin leading the way on Tuesday night.