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One person was transported with unknown injuries after a rollover accident on County Road P30 near Martin Marietta just north of Fort Calhoun.

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It's in the most initial of phases, but the Fort Calhoun Community Schools (FCCS) School Board has begun the search for the district's next superintendent.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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The Washington County Board of Supervisors accepted the resignation of Planning and Zoning Administrator Ryan Sullivan during its meeting Tuesday.

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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…

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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.

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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.

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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.

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