A familiar face will fill a new role with Gretna Public Schools.
Students and staff at Gretna High School have become accustomed to classroom technology in recent years. Gretna Public Schools implemented 1:1…
When I go down the list of my all-time favorite movies, “The Mummy” is almost always toward the top.
Gretna’s weekend action began and ended with overtime after beating Omaha Westside on Friday, Feb 19, and losing to Lincoln High on Saturday, Feb 20.
After losing a tough one to Omaha Westside on Friday, Feb 19, the Gretna Dragons were able to bounce back with a win for their regular season …
At its Feb. 16 meeting, the Gretna City Council:
The submission deadline for the 2021 Nebraska Black History Art Contest is just around the corner.
An upcoming cornhole tournament at Gretna American Legion Post 216 will pay tribute to a retired veteran’s love of country, family and his fou…
More than 250 people attended the Sarpy County Economic Development Corporation’s virtual annual meeting on Feb. 11.
"Gretna's philosophy of basing every decision on 'what is best for children' started with Mr. Kopplin," who was also a state senator, said cur…
As the pandemic continues, local fish frys will look a bit different this year.
The Midlands Community Foundation raised nearly $930,000, with $476,020 qualifying for matching funds, during its annual Matching Charitable P…
Local internships with Vala’s Pumpkin Patch & Apple Orchard are open to current college students and recent graduates.
Gretna Public Schools Food and Nutrition Services has launched NutriSlice, a new app that allows parents to view school lunch menus.
A life full of love and devotion was celebrated last week, as family and friends mourned the Feb. 6 death of Ed Frederick, 94.
Gretna Boy Scout Troop 363 will host a pancake feed Feb. 21 from 7:30 a.m. to noon at Gretna American Legion Post 216, 11690 S. 216th St.
Gretna’s varsity girls basketball team was on a three-game win streak before hosting and losing 46-35 to the Papillion-LaVista Monarchs on Fri…
History enthusiasts could tune in to “The History of Sarpy County” last week from the comfort of their homes.
At its Feb. 8 meeting, the Gretna Public Schools Board of Education:
Last week, I took a look at “Godzilla: King of the Monsters” in preparation for the upcoming “Godzilla vs. Kong” movie.
The Bellevue theatre is getting set to host auditions for two of its upcoming shows, “The Outsiders” and “Temporary Insanity.”