4-H members will still learn even if annual event is cancelled
Washington County's total lab confirmed COVID-19 cases is now at 28, according to a press release Tuesday from the Three Rivers Public Health Department.
Two Fort Calhoun Elementary sixth grade students practiced their business sense May 18, setting up a lemonade stand across the street from Fort Calhoun High School.
As relaxation to some restrictions in Washington County related to COVID-19 have allowed barbers and hair stylists to return to work, churches to begin welcoming worshippers inside and restaurants to serve dine-in customers, information from the Nebraska Department of Labor, a statewide busi…
What was expected to be a year of celebration for the Blair Congregational United Church of Christ has been turned upside down, hampered by the coronavirus pandemic.
Clifton Johnson, owner of Arlington Estates, was granted a conditional use permit Monday during the Village Board of Trustees meeting for an outdoor storage facility. The property at 405 W. Elm Street is the site of the mobile home park that was destroyed in the 2019 flood.
A Fort Calhoun man who faced charges of negligent child abuse and stalking accepted a plea agreement Tuesday in Washington County District Court.
An Iowa man who police alleged intentionally crashed his truck into another in the Goodwill parking lot was sentenced to jail Tuesday in Washington County District Court.
Fae Williby smiled as she posed for a photo with three of her great-grandchildren while sitting at a dining room table on Mother's Day.
Washington County's total lab confirmed cases of COVID-19 now stands at 26, according to a press release issued by the Three Rivers Public Health Department on Wednesday afternoon.
At around 7 a.m. Thursday, KB Quality Meats owner Kevin Barnhill was preparing equipment and tables for a busy day of processing livestock into ground beef, bacon or bulk buys of meat.
Anyone violating a directed health measure could be fined under a revised ordinance approved on first reading by the Blair City Council during its May 12 meeting via videoconference.
Family and friends lined Washington Street honking horns, rattling cowbells and blasting “Pomp and Circumstance” as Blair High School graduates cruised through downtown Blair.
Three local organizations received funding from donations to Fremont Area Big Give — Roots to Wings, Arlington Community Foundation and the Arlington Education Foundation.
The people who Roots to Wings support have been called on to adapt to their own unique circumstances, as well as trying to understand the challenges of closures due to the coronavirus.
"Welcome home," said Father Damien Wee as he opened Mass for parishioners Monday — the first in several weeks — at St. Francis Borgia Catholic Church in Blair. Restrictions were eased for religious services across the state beginning May 4.
The Three Rivers Health Department has identified 30 new cases of COVID-19 — one from Washington County — in its district, according to a press release Friday afternoon.
While the Barreras Family Farm officially started operating just north of Blair in 2018, Mariel and Lt. Col. Anthony Barreras' dream of leaving a lasting legacy to a big family started years ago over 3,000 miles away.
Hailey Baker from Troop 43100 held a ribbon cutting Sunday to recognize the progress of her Gold Award. The Gold Award is the highest award a Girl Scout can earn. Only five percent of Girl Scouts achieve the Gold Award status.
While Blair High School seniors won't have a traditional graduation until August, they will be recognized Sunday, the day the ceremony was originally set to take place.
An intersection that has caused concern for pedestrians, particularly students attending Deerfield Primary School, may now be safer after it was designated a school zone by the Nebraska Department of Transportation (NDOT).