Last year, Platteview made the Class B state semifinals, while Papillion-La Vista South came one game short of state and Papio regressed.
Sarpy County’s five municipalities are going into 2023 on strong footing, along with two counterparts in Douglas and Cass Counties.
Papillion-La Vista aims to return to a top four finish at state, while Platteview and Papio South aspire for growth and improvement.
The Heartland of America Band will perform four free family friendly shows for the holidays.
Are you dreaming of moving to Napa Valley, but you’ll miss snow too much?
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 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.
It’s time for your days to be merry and bright.
New leadership has taken over at Fairview Cemetery.
Kindergartners, first graders and second graders at Parkview Heights Elementary are ready if they encounter a fire threat.
Softball in Sarpy County continues to thrive, as three teams — Gretna, Papillion-La Vista, and Papio South — made the state tournament.
The La Vista City Council will have one new face and a slightly different makeup come January.
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.
A La Vista attorney who served as an alternate public defender in Cass County has been charged with three felonies, including forgery and identity theft.
Despite the La Vista Senior Center being closed for three days in November due to the Thanksgiving holiday, there is still of full calendar of things to do: tai chi, games. bingo and jingo, outings, movies, craft classes, entertainment.
After Papillion-La Vista South won their third Class A State Championship in four years and Papio made the semifinals, the Papillion Times is taking a look at how former Titans and Monarchs are faring at their collegiate programs.
Newcomer Brittany Holtmeyer will join incumbents SuAnn Witt and Brian Lodes on the Papillion La Vista Community Schools Board of Education following their victories on election night.
Papillion voters chose the experience of incumbents Steve Engberg, Tom Mumgaard and Steve Sunde, and returned them for another council term.
Sarpy County will send two staunch Republicans to the officially nonpartisan Legislature this January following the victories State Sen. John Arch and Rick Holdcroft on Nov. 8.
Midlands Community Foundation has awarded grants totaling $134,334 to 29 nonprofit organizations serving Sarpy and Cass Counties including:
Platteview High School was the place to be Friday morning.
The Douglas-Sarpy Counties Extension Master Gardener program is proud to announce Kathie Cooper as the recipient of the 2021 EMG Distinguished Service Award.
The Papillion Junior Woman’s Club is sponsoring its fourth annual Celebration of Trees.