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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. 

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Arlington celebrates with music fireworks for annual Summer Sizzle 

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The Arlington Mom Prom is the latest event to be postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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People in Blair now have a closer option if they are seeking mental health treatment — a counseling center at Country Bible Church.

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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…

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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…

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Blair will have eight additional blocks added to an asphalt project after the initial 20-block project to resurface streets came in under budget.

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Road concerns expressed as construction continues on 'Calhoun cutoff'

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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A man who was facing charges after allegedly kicking an officer in the leg was sentenced to two years probation June 16 in Washington County District Court.

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