Fort Calhoun residents with old chairs, bricks, books, bicycles and more can get rid of them just by setting them out on the curb the next two weekends.
A Fort Calhoun man who allegedly left the scene of an accident in which a passenger was injured accepted a plea agreement March 31 in Washington County District Court.
On Thursday, the day after Gov. Pete Ricketts signed a Directed Health Measure closing schools statewide until May 31 as a precaution for COVID-19, Blair Community Schools (BCS) Supt. Randy Gilson said district officials were processing the news.
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.
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.
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.
The City of Fort Calhoun suspended all unofficial city functions at the city office and library until further notice as a precautionary measure related to COVID-19.
Several Fort Calhoun Elementary students looked to each other and teachers, saying they hoped the surprise at the end of the school's Wednesday Dr. Seuss week assembly was slime.
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 …
In relation to its mental health curriculum initiative, Fort Calhoun Community Schools is set to host a conference about "Raising Kids in the 21st Century" on March 16.
Over the past six years, Fort Calhoun Teammates mentor Teri McKennan said she and her mentee, now a sophomore at Fort Calhoun High School, have developed a positive friendship.
Fort Calhoun resident Shelly Schwedhelm said she never expected her career to lead to a position as Nebraska Medicine's executive director of emergency management and bio-preparedness when she started as a flight nurse in the emergency room at the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC)…
Single-digit temperatures and light snow were appropriate weather conditions for ice rescue training hosted by Fort Calhoun Fire and Rescue at Lake Arrowhead at Lakeland Estates Wednesday. First responders from Kennard and Blair also took part in the training.
Fort Calhoun Elementary third through sixth grade students waved their arms to songs, listened to the words written in Langston Hughes' poem "I, Too" and repeated a few lyrics from rapper Nas' "I Know I Can," telling themselves they can be want they want to be.
Two days after being named Fort Calhoun Community Schools' (FCCS) next superintendent, Jerry Green was back to his duties as Fort Calhoun High School principal. But on Monday, those duties came with a look forward to learning the role he'll assume July 1.
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.
The Fort Calhoun Community Schools (FCCS) School Board agreed to enter into contracts with BCDM Architects and Boyd Jones Construction during its Feb. 10 meeting for a project to build a new gym at Fort Calhoun Elementary School.
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.
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…
Fort Calhoun Elementary students gave the gift of food to the city's St. John the Baptist Catholic Church food pantry over Christmas, collecting 12,000 food items for the church's Jesse Tree.
A win is the outcome sought for the last word Fort Calhoun Elementary fifth grade student Aiden Tinkham spelled at the school's spelling bee Jan. 28.
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.
Gnomes, dwarves, sharks, Average Joes and more themed teams put their trivia knowledge to the test, raising $5,417 Saturday night for a splash pad that will be installed in a new park in Fort Calhoun.
Coming soon, anyone listening to KXKT KAT 103.7 FM on their morning and afternoon drives to and from work might hear commercials for the city and businesses in Fort Calhoun.
Fort Calhoun Community Schools (FCCS) Technology Coordinator Paul Wilson and Special Education Director Ashley Dougherty presented information on the need for a computer science teacher and new special education teacher during the district's school board meeting Jan. 13.
It's something that they never hope they'll have to do, Fort Calhoun Fire Chief Dan Mallory said, but it's important to prepare for the worst case scenario.
A preliminary list of questions the Fort Calhoun Community Schools (FCCS) School Board will ask potential superintendent candidates was whittled down during a work session meeting Friday night as the schedule of events for interview days became clearer.
A Nebraska legislative bill that would allow school personnel to use physical intervention with students could open school districts to possible litigation, Fort Calhoun Community Schools (FCCS) Supt. Don Johnson said.
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.
Pastor Kevin Schultz said Cherry Hill Church of Fort Calhoun has seen about 85 people at Sunday services through December, which exceeded his expectations.
Subcontractor bids have been accepted and budget numbers are set for Fort Calhoun Community Schools (FCCS) elementary construction project expected to begin in March.