While Gretna boys basketball returns a lot of production from a state semifinalist team, the girls bring in a new head coach replacing a coaching legend.
The organizer of a recall effort for three members of the Gretna Public Schools Board of Education is scrambling for signatures before a Friday deadline.
The Optimist Angel Tree is up at Pinnacle Bank.
Papillion-La Vista South, three-time Class A champions in four years, and Papio, state semifinalists this year, make up the entire All-Sarpy County first team.
Sarpy County’s five municipalities are going into 2023 on strong footing, along with two counterparts in Douglas and Cass Counties.
The Heartland of America Band will perform four free family friendly shows for the holidays.
LINCOLN – A game-winning 45-yard field goal sunk Gretna in the Class A State Championship Game at Memorial Stadium in a rematch against Omaha Westside.
A Gretna family is opening up a gourmet cookie store the week after Thanksgiving.
Sarpy County continues a healthy pace of growth in spite of inflation, supply chain problems and potential labor shortages, according to the interim executive director of the county’s economic development agency.
When Gretna takes on Omaha Westside in Monday’s Class A football state championship game, it will be the last time they play as a town unified with one team.
The elves at the Gretna Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department will host Santa at the new station on Saturday, Dec. 10.
The Gretna American Legion Auxiliary 216 hit a milestone Monday, Nov. 14
It was an offer Gretna Area Chamber of Commerce members couldn’t refuse.
His blood alcohol content was more than twice the limit. So was his speed.
The Gretna boys cross country team competed at the Nike Cross Country regional at Yankton Trails Park in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, on Sunday, Nov. 13.
Softball in Sarpy County continues to thrive, as three teams — Gretna, Papillion-La Vista, and Papio South — made the state tournament.
In the midst of Papillion-La Vista South’s journey to a third state championship in four years, other interesting storylines emerged around high school volleyball in Sarpy County.
Monday will bring a much-anticipated rematch as No. 2 Gretna faces No. 1 Omaha Westside in the Class A State Championship Game at Memorial Stadium at 7:15 p.m.
At Friday’s Veterans Day Dinner at the Gretna American Legion Post 216, area vets took a moment to recognize themselves for a year of accomplishment and a lifetime of service.
The Gretna Optimist Club is holding a bake sale right before Thanksgiving.
Students won’t find “typical” meals at Gretna Public Schools.
Sarpy County will send two staunch Republicans to the officially nonpartisan Legislature this January following the victories State Sen. John Arch and Rick Holdcroft last Tuesday.
Midlands Community Foundation has awarded grants totaling $134,334 to 29 nonprofit organizations serving Sarpy and Cass Counties including:
Voters chose newcomers Blake Turpen and Greg Beach to join the Gretna Public Schools Board of Education on Tuesday, along with incumbent Mark Hauptman.