At the Nebraska Press Association awards April 13 in Grand Island, the Gretna Breeze won five awards in its class of newspapers, the Class B weekly.
Arnie Wilson has snow skied every state in the union possible, 37 in all.
The Gretna School Board approved the hiring of Bret Basye to replace retiring Thomas Elementary principal Patti Brownlee at Monday night’s...
Jimmy John’s is coming to Gretna.
A construction worker was seriously injured after being hit by a compressor Thursday morning.
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Patrick Arnold, a freshman at Gretna High School, was picked by Gov. Dave Heineman to be one of 25 members of the Governor’s Youth Advisory...
Several businesses and individuals were honored April 4 at Tobacco Free Sarpy's Reason to Celebrate luncheon for being strong advocates for...
The Knights of Columbus fed 620 people and raised more than $17,300 during its second annual Chicken Dinner Sunday at St. Patrick’s Catholic...
For one night, Alex Lynch wasn't special needs.He was just special. He was prom king.
Fourteen teachers have been hired by Gretna Public Schools so far for the 2014-2015 school year.
Larry Lavelle, director of Sarpy County’s 911 operations center, will retire from his post on May 30.
The Gretna High School speech team won eight state medals and finished as the Class B state runner-up March 27 in Kearney.
Gretna High School sophomore Kassidy Vavra was accepted into New York University’s precollege program starting in July.
Lexie Langley, a seventh-grader at Gretna Middle School, was surprised by her dad, Army Spc. Jason Langley, at a special assembly Friday morning. The...
Gretna is getting its first tattoo parlor and body piercing studio.