Hard work for young actors trying to avoid the zombie apocalypse at Arlington High School paid off.
A significant length of County Road 34 east of Fort Calhoun, which has been flooded to varying degrees since March, is gone, Highway Supt. Bill Hansel said during a Nov. 26 Washington County Board of Supervisors meeting.
Weather proofing for maximum security area on the main level of the new Washington County Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Center was completed just in time for last week's snow and rain.
Editor's note: This is the second in a two-part series. The first part focused on a retail study conducted by Gateway Development Corporation. That story was published in the Nov. 29 Enterprise.
From summer talent shows to weddings and everything in between, the auditorium in Arlington gets a lot of use. Aside from some minor maintenance, no major renovations have happened in several years.
Santa Claus will be coming to town a little early at the 2019 Christmas Lights Tour and Soup Supper from 5 to 8 p.m. Dec. 15 at the Arlington Veterans Club.
Editor's note: This is the first in a two-part series. In Tuesday's Pilot-Tribune, we'll look at an updated hotel study Gateway Development recently completed.
The Washington County Board of Supervisors approved a resolution to issue tax-exempt industrial development bonds for Cargill at its meeting Tuesday.
An effort to repurpose the former Dana College campus recently earned state recognition from the Nebraska chapter of the American Public Works Association (APWA).
A Blair man who sent a text message to his former employer threatening to “shoot up” the business was sentenced to probation Tuesday in Washington County District Court.
DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge will have an antlerless muzzleloader deer hunt on the weekends of December 7-8 and January 4-5. During the hunt weekend, all refuge roads and nature trails will be closed beyond the visitor center to ensure public safety and facilitate a white-tailed deer hun…
A man accused of burglarizing an outbuilding and stealing tools from a Washington County property accepted a plea agreement Tuesday in Washington County District Court.
Arlington Public Schools might be the cleanest it's ever been. Custodial staff and school officials disinfected the school after a suspected norovirus outbreak forced officials to cancel classes Friday.
Blair High School (BHS) graduate and current University of Nebraska-Omaha (UNO) student Alex Sesemann has been interested in planes since at least 13 years old.
A Fort Calhoun man stopped for speeding was arrested Nov. 8 after deputies determined his license was suspended. He faces an additional charge after deputies found drugs in his vehicle and on him.
A consistent line of Fort Calhoun residents, students and classmates braved the Friday morning frigid air, offering freewill donations to "Doughnuts for Devon."
A Fort Calhoun man arrested in August on suspicion of child abuse appeared in Washington County District Court on Tuesday for an arraignment hearing.
A Blair man who was wanted on several warrants and who tried to elude police by jumping from a second-story window of a house pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance and theft Tuesday in Washington County District Court.
Teacher Sheryl Krueger watched as kindergartner Noah Baughman took a big bite of his meal Wednesday during the Thanksgiving feast at South Primary School.
An Omaha man who was found guilty of driving under the influence and with suspended license was sentenced to prison Tuesday in Washington County District Court, more than three years after failing to appear in court.