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  • The Black Hawk was one of the standard and most accurate corn planters made anyw.....Read More

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  • Stahl gave his reason for the purchases in a Gazette interview: “.....Read More

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  • “That has always been the bright spot in my life,” Stahl told Kiwanis member.....Read More

  • The two people who made the greatest contribution to Bellevue’s early growth p.....Read More

  • Here are some tidbits published in the Bellevue Gazette Oct. 20, 1932 issue on t.....Read More

  • Below are instructions on how to view, share and subscribe to our YouTub.....Read More

  • Today I want to give you an update on R.I.T.A. – Regional Income Tax Agency. .....Read More

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  • The Bellevue Gazette describes the scene: “Moving through a lane of t.....Read More

  • Area newspapers in the gay nineties (1890s) like to print commentaries, complime.....Read More

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  • Tennis must have been a popular sport in the mid-1920s. The Y.M.C.A. had a tenni.....Read More

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  • To commemorate Bellevue’s newest rail service, “The Toledo Norwalk and Fremo.....Read More

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  • This novel ad in the Jan. 19, 1900 issue of the Bellevue News must have brought .....Read More

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  • Recently, I ran into Paul Leiber at the Main Station Cafe. He inquired about the.....Read More

  • Statement of Significance: The three schools that are pictur.....Read More

  • At a recent Goodwill Board of Directors meeting, Eric Kochendorfer had invited o.....Read More

  • The operation of the Bellevue’s Compost site has been evolving since the time .....Read More

  • The April 4, (circa 1932-34) issue of The Bellevue Gazette contained an.....Read More

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  • Continuing on the topic of the upcoming bike trail through Bellevue.....Read More

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  • Bellevue is a City on the Rise. First of all, I want to point out that some ver.....Read More

  • Wednesday, April 8, 2015, Sergeant Tyi McCarley and his K9 partner, Lasso, perfo.....Read More

  • In August, I was asked by our Fire Chief Brian Sea.....Read More

  • The main focus of this administration is to find.....Read More

  • Here is an update on the Bike Trail – .....Read More

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