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Blair High School is celebrating its annual homecoming week, but with some noticeable changes due to the coronavirus pandemic. There will be no dance and royalty will be crowned during the pep rally Friday. Even the theme relates to pandemic.

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A Tekamah woman accepted a plea deal and was found guilty for driving under the influence of alcohol Tuesday during Washington County District Court.

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Farmers have to strike a balance between productivity, efficiency and the environment. A product out of Spain by Symborg is being tested across the country, including in Washington County, to help farmers balance the use of nitrogen with BlueN, a proprietary bacteria — methylobacterium symbioticum.

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The Fort Calhoun Community Schools Board of Education unanimously approved the 2020-21 budget and property tax at its Sept. 14 meeting.

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Months after the COVID-19 pandemic closed down churches, congregations in Washington County have adapted to a “new normal” to return to services.

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The Omaha Vet Center and Washington County Veteran Services will co-sponsor an event for veterans from 3 to 7 p.m. Sept. 24 in front of Family Fare, 238 S. 8th St.

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They put their lives on the line voluntarily and the Arlington Volunteer Fire Department recognized several at its awards banquet Saturday at the Arlington Veterans Club. The Silver Moon Band performed after the banquet in appreciation for them.

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A Blair woman who stole her sister's identity accepted a plea agreement Tuesday in Washington County District Court.

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The Arlington Village Board of Trustees proposed a $4.5 million budget during a public hearing Sept. 14. No one from the public commented during the hearing. The board will vote on the budget at the regular board meeting Monday.

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