Preparing to pick a college looks different for this year's seniors. Big campus tours are not an option, but one-on-one tours are a possibility.
Fort Calhoun Community Schools is not unique in its bus driver shortage, but the district still hopes more people will see the joy in the occupation.
The Fort Calhoun Community Schools Board of Education voted to refinance its three of its school bonds, potentially saving the district more than $500,000.
Clad in masks and sporting new backpacks, students at Fort Calhoun Elementary kept their distance while returning for the first day of classes Thursday.
Fort Calhoun Presbyterian Church and community members gathered Sunday evening at Fort Calhoun High School and on Facebook for the seventh annual prayer walk for Fort Calhoun Community Schools.
Fort Calhoun Community School's 2020-21 school year is fast approaching, and parents and area residents now have another way to support their children's teachers.
The Blair Volunteer Fire Department was hoping to festively acknowledge a milestone anniversary this year, Fire Chief Joe Leonard said.
For members of the St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Fort Calhoun, the Rev. James F. Schwertley was caring, funny, strong, impactful and theatrical — someone who helped many people in his time before, after and during his time at the church.
Nearly 60 incoming Fort Calhoun Elementary School kindergarteners were expected for the school's annual kindergarten round up, which, due to COVID-19 safety precautions, was split into several sessions over three days last week.
Nearly 100 people tuned in via Zoom on July 13 for the Fort Calhoun Community Schools Board of Education's regular meeting where district officials discussed the preliminary back-to-school plan related to COVID-19 for the 2020-21 school year.
Fort Calhoun Community Schools (FCCS) Supt. Jerry Green said the district is planning to start the school year with students in class as scheduled Aug. 20.
Current and retired faculty and staff formed a caravan, which included a fire truck and school bus, and paraded past the entrance of Fort Calhoun Middle and High School to honor Don Johnson on his final day before retirement Tuesday.
Many people took advantage of the coronavirus pandemic forcing time at home to clear out their houses of extra things they didn't need.
After March 11, the last day Fort Calhoun Community Schools students attended classes in person before school's statewide closed due to COVID-19, the school district started a lunch program and food bank to keep food in kids stomachs.
With future uncertainty surrounding restrictions, impacts and timing issues related to COVID-19, Washington County's annual agricultural history celebration has been canceled.
The Fort Calhoun City Council discussed the creation of a committee to review an annexation study completed nearly two years ago during its June 15 meeting.
As work continues on the classroom additions and a new gym for Fort Calhoun Elementary School, the Fort Calhoun Community Schools Board of Education discussed during its June 8 meeting if the new gym would be used by community sports teams if the community building they currently use for pra…
Residents and passers through have found everything from Arnold Palmer golf bags, kitchen sinks, tools, furniture, magazines and Schwinn bicycles at previous Fort Calhoun citywide garage sales.
The Washington County Museum in Fort Calhoun reopened June 2 after nearly three months, and a few visitors have already passed through a recently painted red door to view newly displayed artifacts in updated exhibits.
The Fort Calhoun Library recently reopened after a few months of closure in precaution for COVID-19. With its reopening also comes the library's summer reading program.
Around 100 drivers juxtaposed the cool, still evening air with hot, roaring engines for "Calhoun Cruise Night" on Saturday.
Vacation Bible School, jointly sponsored by Fort Calhoun Presbyterian Church and St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, will look a bit different this year as safety precautions have taken place due to COVID-19.
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.