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The Fort Calhoun High School yearbook staff is looking for band, choir and candid shots of all high school students and staff.

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When Gov. Pete Ricketts issued the state's first Directed Health Measure (DHM) in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19, Betsy Mata, owner of El Vallarta Mexican Restaurant in Blair, said she was worried.

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Fort Calhoun Community Schools will be closed indefinitely, Supt. Don Johnson said Tuesday afternoon. The district previously announced on Friday that it would be closed this week.

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Fort Calhoun Junior High students as well as freshmen taking high school physical science classes put manure for plants, dry ice bubbles, paper airplane aerodynamics and more projects to the test during a science fair March 10 at Fort Calhoun High School.

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In a letter posted on the district website on Friday afternoon and sent via email to parents and those associated with Fort Calhoun Community Schools (FCCS), Supt. Don Johnson said the school district will be closed from March 13 to 22 as a precaution for COVID-19, the disease also referred …

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Members of Fort Calhoun SkillsUSA Chapter 27 held a teddy bear drive during the Fort Calhoun High School girls and boys basketball games held at the high school on Friday night.

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The Fort Calhoun Community Schools Board of Education announced this morning that it has negotiated and come to a verbal agreement with Fort Calhoun High School Principal Jerry Green to become the next superintendent of the district.

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The Fort Calhoun Community Schools Board of Education wants a genuine, community-based leader who has a vision and understands issues the school district faces, including budget and finance, continuing and improving academic success, navigating current projects and possible mending that need…

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The Fort Calhoun Community Schools (FCCS) School Board determined six candidates to interview for the district’s next superintendent during a special work session meeting Thursday night.

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Two years after planning began, Omaha Public Power District's community solar array near Fort Calhoun came online in late December.

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Creatively named, themed and dressed teams attempting to best each other in trivia simply seemed a fun fundraising event for the Friends of the Fort Calhoun Splash Pad, said Kori Grosse-Rhode.

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