Christmas in Calhoun is a fun day for city residents to share their holiday spirit together, said Fort Calhoun City Council member and event co-organizer Lori Lammers.
Members of the Fort Atkinson American Legion and Offutt Air Force Base color guards stood at attention outside the Fort Atkinson visitors center Saturday while Kristy Bolen sang the national anthem.
A consistent line of Fort Calhoun residents, students and classmates braved the Friday morning frigid air, offering freewill donations to "Doughnuts for Devon."
Regular party hosts Virginia and Charles Barry's old home at 310 N. 14th St. in Fort Calhoun might go unnoticed to anyone who wasn't around to remember the gatherings.
As the Fort Calhoun City Council considered their one- and six-year street plan, council member Lori Lammers questioned which streets are priorities, while one local resident questioned why a project remains on the plan at all.
A private group of Fort Calhoun residents have raised nearly a quarter of the funds needed to help construct a splash pad in a park planned for the Adams Street Corridor.
Fort Calhoun Community Schools (FCCS) has spent a lot of time the past several weeks focused on student safety and security, Supt. Don Johnson said during an FCCS School Board meeting Oct. 14.
Hammer and drilling might not be the first activities Sam and Eddie Lautrup pick up for hobbies, but, Sam said, carpentry is a valuable skill to learn.
While many Halloween events from Camp Fontanelle to Arlington to Fort Atkinson have already kicked off the spooky season, many more are scheduled throughout Washington County as Oct. 31 draws near.
Anyone stopping by the Fort Calhoun Library may have noticed some books have round, colored stickers with holes in the middle on the spines. These books are from a particular donation.
A boom of cheers and applause erupted in the Fort Calhoun High School (FCHS) gym early Friday afternoon as senior Adam Bannister was named FCHS 2019 homecoming king.
An 8-year-old girl received minor injuries following an accident near the intersection of 15th and Lincoln streets in Fort Calhoun, just south of the high school.
Living History, music, food, buffalo and snakes provided hundreds of people and many families a taste of Nebraska, the county and their history during the fifth annual Washington County Heritage Days festival held Saturday and Sunday in Fort Calhoun and at Fort Atkinson.
A project to reconstruct a road in southeastern Washington County continues to be delayed due to flooding nearly two years after the bid for the project was accepted.
Fort Calhoun High School (FCHS) freshmen Vinny Bonacci and Trey Bindas were surprised that a Red Baron four meats frozen pizza had less calories and fat than the same brand's pepperoni pizza.
Fourth grade students from the Fort Calhoun Girl Scouts donated $500 to the Friends of the Fort Calhoun Splash Pad, which is raising money to construct a splash pad in a park planned for the Adams Street Corridor.
As they continue to build their program, volunteers with Roots to Wings in Arlington continually hear questions from parents looking for help for their child living with a disability.
The Pioneer mascot and lots of bubbles roused cheers and smiles from students during the third annual Walk-A-Thon fundraiser hosted by parent, teacher and student group Pioneers for Education (PFE) on Friday at Fort Calhoun Elementary.
The taste of fresh-picked apples is only a short drive away for Washington County residents as Super Bee Orchard prepares for its seventh annual Apple Fest celebration Saturday.
Scotland. Home of the lush, mountainous highlands. The medieval Urquhart Castle overlooking mythical monster "Nessie" in Loch Ness. And, in Glasgow, the World Pipe Band Championships where 2013 Fort Calhoun High School graduate and long-time bagpiper Luke Ashton competed last month with the …
The Fort Calhoun City Council voted to enter into a memorandum of understanding with Fort Calhoun Community Schools (FCCS) for a cost-shared planning study for a new community building during a special meeting Aug. 28.
A private group of Fort Calhoun residents has begun organizing fundraising events in its effort to raise half the funds needed to construct a splash pad in a park planned for the Adams Street Corridor.
Fort Calhoun Community Schools will see increases to its 2019-20 school year budget, but expected revenue increases, particularly due to rising property valuations in the district, should allow FCCS to lower its overall property tax levy.
With new city parks and park upgrades already discussed by the City of Fort Calhoun the last few months, the city may have even more recreational and educational space for its residents.