Blair businesses seeing success since reopening after coronavirus restrictions
Over the course of five days, Regents Scholarship holders at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln went from having scholarships that offered them funds for full tuition up to 135 credit hours reduced to 120 beginning this fall, and then back again.
A Blair man is wanted after he allegedly assaulted an intimate partner for two straight days, according to court documents filed in Washington County Court.
When Tekamah resident Rod Regalado’s son, Matt, was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes in September, it began a journey of keeping him healthy and a fight of a different kind.
Fireworks lit up the Blair sky Saturday night as residents watched the annual Fourth of July display on the former Dana College campus.
Steve Harris Construction is busy improving Ellsworth Street and construction is progressing. Concrete was poured June 24 on the section from Seventh to Ninth streets.
As many of the traditional fireworks shows have been canceled throughout the country, many are taking to having shows in their own yards and neighborhoods.
After two and a half years working as a supply pastor at Blair Congregational United Church of Christ, Rev. Jim Skrobo has a place to call home. He became the permanent part-time pastor June 14.
Supt. Randy Gilson addressed the BCS Board of Education in a special meeting Monday on the opportunity to enter into contract with D.R. Anderson of Omaha. The board approved the hiring for the construction manager at risk June 8 on the recommendation from the board-appointed selection commit…
Current and retired faculty and staff formed a caravan, which included a fire truck and school bus, and paraded past the entrance of Fort Calhoun Middle and High School to honor Don Johnson on his final day before retirement Tuesday.
The Washington County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's help in identifying a man who broke into the Fort Calhoun Elementary School building June 26.
The Blair Public Library is taking steps to re-open to the public on Monday with some health safety measures in place. These actions are in line with the latest Directed Health Measure (DHM) issued by Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), and Three Rivers Public…
Enterprise Media Group collected more than 90 awards company wide — including its newspapers in Washington, Burt, Seward and Saline counties — in the Nebraska Press Association's annual Better Newspaper Contest.
Many people took advantage of the coronavirus pandemic forcing time at home to clear out their houses of extra things they didn't need.
After March 11, the last day Fort Calhoun Community Schools students attended classes in person before school's statewide closed due to COVID-19, the school district started a lunch program and food bank to keep food in kids stomachs.
One person was arrested after a fight broke out between two semi-pro football teams Saturday on the former Dana College football field.
Now that we are again open to the public, 2-6 p.m. Monday and 3-8 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, please stop in and see what we have received in the way of books for all members of the family.
The 2020 Gala for St. Paul's Lutheran Church and School will turn into the 2021 Gala instead. But people have an opportunity to help get items for the silent auction.
The Washington County Board of Supervisors approved a conditional use permit (CUP) for a dog obedience training facility in an already constructed building at 7902 Dutch Hall Road, Omaha, during its meeting Tuesday.
It started out like any other year for a new superintendent — getting to know the school, learning how to work with the Board of Education and setting goals for the year.
Unforeseen circumstances and impacts of COVID-19 outside of Washington County and Weitz Company's control have slowed some work on the new Washington County Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Center.
While Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts announced long-term care facilities can start phasing in to open, the opening will not be instantaneous.
Washington County's total number of lab confirmed COVID-19 cases now stands at 45, according to a Monday press release from the Three Rivers Public Health Department.
Residents at Autumn Pointe in Fort Calhoun looked out their windows to a tad unusual sight — a calf, a corgi and several other creatures making their way around the building in a pet parade.
Washington County sheriff's deputies have responded to complaints or stopped several ATV and UTV drivers in the month of June, according to Washington County sheriff's reports.
With future uncertainty surrounding restrictions, impacts and timing issues related to COVID-19, Washington County's annual agricultural history celebration has been canceled.
An Arlington farmer injured in an accident nearly five years ago after an Omaha couple driving separate vehicles struck a combine has filed a lawsuit against the couple and their business in Washington County District Court.
The Fort Calhoun City Council discussed the creation of a committee to review an annexation study completed nearly two years ago during its June 15 meeting.
An Omaha man who allegedly threatened to harm his ex-girlfriend and her family was sentenced to two years of probation June 16 in Washington County District Court.