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Inside this week's Gretna Breeze: Sept. 21

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Gretna Breeze 9/21/22

Inside this week's Gretna Breeze: Sept. 21

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Four of the 11 Omaha area school districts have laid out guidelines around gender identity. Gretna and Papillion prohibit from using a student's preferred name or pronouns without parent permission.

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The first public hearings in Sarpy County required under a new Nebraska law aimed at pressuring local elected officials to reduce property tax growth are this week.

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Noli’s Pizzeria is pressing pause on its Gretna location.

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Dragon’s Closet will accept registrations starting Friday, Oct. 14, through Friday, Nov. 4, for its annual Angel Tree program.

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Roxanne Wheeler, president of Gretna Neighbors Food Pantry, and Bill Lewis visited with the Gretna Optimist Club last week.

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The American Legion Riders Chapter 216 of Gretna is collecting coats for veterans.

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Popular outdoor recreation retailer REI will open its first Nebraska store on Friday.

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Three Sarpy County offices have moved into the Sarpy County Courthouse.

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School is back, and so are the Homeschool Hikes, starting Wednesday, Sept. 21, at Schramm Park State Recreation Area near Gretna.

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A five-run fourth inning bolstered Gretna to their second Metro Conference Tournament championship in a 9-1 win over Omaha Marian on Monday.

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Gretna dominated the first set and cruised to a three-set home win over Bellevue East on Tuesday, Sept. 13.

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Gretna battled ball security issues but not much else in a 49-26 win over Millard South at Buell Stadium on Thursday.

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Even without their No. 1 golfer, Gretna finished in fourth at the Bellevue West Invitational at Willow Lakes Golf Course on Monday.

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Military recruitment nationally is in freefall and the woes are being felt at home. The Nebraska Army National Guard has only recruited about 53% of its goal for the fiscal year ending Sept. 30.

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