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National Night Out

Get to know neighbors at National Night Out

By Heather Graves Correspondent BELLEVUE – Hailed as a night of appreciation and connection, the 36th Annual National Night Out will be celebrated Tuesday all across the country – including Bellevue. The nationwide event aims to improve the relationship between law enforcement and their respective communities. Trevor Bilgo, Bellevue directed enforcement officer, said National Night …

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STEM

Support needed in STEM center final fundraising efforts

By Lauren Waters Correspondent BELLEVUE – Community collaboration was the theme of the STEM Innovation Center press conference on Wednesday, July 24, held at the Einstein Project in Bellevue. “In order for us to get things done, we need to come together as partners and to work together for the common good,” said Brown County …

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ReStore

Habitat for Humanity and ReStore get a new home of their own

By Lauren Waters Correspondent BELLEVUE – Since 2009, the Greater Green Bay Habitat for Humanity ReStore has helped dozens of families in Brown County achieve the dream of becoming homeowners. In addition to its 10th anniversary this month, the team now has a few more things to celebrate. On Thursday, June 20, the team shared …

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DeBroux Park

Lion drinking fountain installed at DeBroux Park

By Heather Graves Correspondent BELLEVUE – Visitors to DeBroux Park will be greeted by a new friend – a brightly colored lion water fountain curiosity of the Bellevue Lions Club. As part of its 100th anniversary, Lions Clubs International has encouraged local clubs to undertake centennial projects to celebrate the milestone – one that would …

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Citizens Academy

Bellevue citizens academy wraps up with graduation

By Heather Graves Correspondent BELLEVUE – The most recent graduates of the village’s Citizens Academy were recognized at the April 24 board meeting. It was the eighth class to go through the program. The multiple-week program is intended to educate participants in the structure and function of local government. The academy consists of different evening …

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The Wisconsin History Spot: Rosalie Marie Laborde Dousman, ‘A Lady of Great Merit’

By Melinda Anne Roberts Hobby historian and “Little Wisconsin” author Editor’s note: History is all around us. Over the centuries, important people in our backyard visited significant places in pursuit of noble endeavors. Most of these people are now forgotten, and most of these places glanced over with nary a thought. The Wisconsin History Spot …

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