We’re more than just news, we’re neighbors
Whether it be the Papillion Times, Ralston Recorder, Gretna Breeze or Bellevue Leader, our newspapers provide a real service and value to our communities, but not just because of the news. Here’s five reasons you should pick up any of our fine papers today.
5. We’re involved
While there are certain community events and political activities we cannot engage in, it doesn’t mean we aren’t involved with what goes around our in communities. Whether through churches, community groups, or some times, just for the fun of it, we get involved, and we love it.
4. We’re professionals
From composing on the computer to performing on the field, we hold ourselves to the highest standards of professionalism we can muster.
3. We’re fun
As the video in No. 4 shows, we balance our professionalism with a good balance of fun. Much like a color photo on a page, a splash of entertainment only makes the black-and-white professionalism more enjoyable for all.
2. We’re informed
Let’s be honest, what kind of a newspaper would we be if we didn’t know what was going on within our communities? Through connecting with local organizations, school districts and municipalities, as well as a wide personal network amongst our staff, there are few things going on within our communities that slip under our radar.
1. We’re at home
In case you didn’t know- this house is official ours come Friday. pic.twitter.com/6rDvbw7p
— Vince Mancuso (@VinceMancuso) May 24, 2012
Sure, we’re an amalgam of six different cities in two counties, but these are our homes. The majority of us were raised in these cities; some of us either have or are starting to raise children of our own here as well. We eat here, work here, and – if anything on this list shows – we play here. Whether it is attending River Fest in Bellevue to shopping at Gretna’s Nebraska Crossing, and anything and everything in between, we do it. We have roots in these communities as much as our papers do.