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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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Fort Calhoun Jr/Sr High celebrates its homecoming this week with different themes as well as the varsity football game.

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A student recorded a video in a technology skills class at Fort Calhoun Jr/Sr High School that gained attention and debate on Facebook.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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…

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Area Memorial Day ceremonies go on while others are cancelled

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