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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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"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.

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Some Washington County restaurants reopened Monday after Gov. Pete Ricketts announced relaxations of Directed Health Measure (DHM) requirements last month.

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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.

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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.

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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).

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