Papillion-La Vista

Citation for Alamo Drafthouse La Vista

Feb 19, 2020

The Nebraska Liquor Control Commission is citing a La Vista movie theater for an incident where two customers and a worker were mistakenly served cocktails with cleaning solution.  Alamo Drafthouse will be called to appear before the commission on March 10th, and the business could have its liquor license suspended, cancelled or revoked.  Special conditions could be placed on the license as well.  Two customers and an employee were sickened on January 28th after being accidentally served cleaning solution instead of alcohol.

Hormel Foods has confirmed that it will be opening a new manufacturing plant in the Omaha suburb of Papillion, bringing about 200 jobs to the area. The Omaha World-Herald reports that Papillion Foods LLC, an offshoot of Hormel, recently bought a former Shopko distribution center in Sarpy County that closed last year. Hormel says the center will undergo a $60 million renovation to convert it into a manufacturing plant for its food brands, which include Spam, Skippy peanut butter and Jennie-O turkeys. Hormel says it paid about $25 million for the building and the land it's on.

Papillion Landing Opens

Jan 14, 2020

 Papillion's new recreation center is open for business.  Papillion Landing opened its doors for the first time yesterday morning.  The 51-million-dollar facility includes gyms, an indoor water park and weight rooms.  Nearly 13-hundred people have signed up for memberships at the new facility.


New High School Plans

Jun 12, 2019

(Papillion, NE)  --  The Papillion-La Vista Community School District is announcing the location of a new high school.  Officials say they will purchase a site on 72nd Street about three-fourths of a mile south of Shadow Lake Towne Center.  The 87-acre site will cost nearly four-million-dollars.  The new high school, which officials say is still years away from being built, will be the district's third.