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This week is the annual Banned Book Week, Sept. 27-Oct. 3, and the Blair Public Library and Technology Center put up a unique maze outside the library to help educate people about the week and its implications.  more
When a call is dispatched for a potential COVID-19 patient, Blair Rescue is prepared to protect themselves. But they're also taking precautions to protect their next patient. With 274 confirmed … more
Victoria McNamara was willing to do whatever it would take to get her students back on stage this fall — even if that meant producing a play rather than a musical — amid the coronavirus … more
An Omaha man accepted a plea deal Tuesday in Washington County District Court. Charles Adcox, 62, was charged with possessing a controlled substance, a Class 4 Felony, July 10. Adcox's sentencing … more
Two vehicles were involved in an accident Wednesday afternoon at 16th and Park streets, right next to Lions Park. According to Blair Police officer Tom Byrne, a maroon Honda Pilot was headed west … more
No. 5 Bennington used its speed to produce big plays to best the Bears 58-27 on Friday. “I thought we controlled the line of scrimmage pretty well for the most part. We were able to run the ball … more
The first of the traveling Show and Shine car shows brought several cars to the streets of Arlington on Thursday. Cars of all makes, models and years parked on Third Street and beyond, hoods and … more
Blair High School is celebrating its annual homecoming week, but with some noticeable changes due to the coronavirus pandemic. There will be no dance and royalty will be crowned during the pep rally … more
Washington County has its fourth reported death from COVID-19, according to the Three Rivers Public Health Department. A man in his 80s with underlying health conditions is the most recent death. … more
The Nebraska Supreme Court ruled to dismiss charges against the owners of a Herman convenience store, but declined to provide direction on how to prosecute cases involving cannabidiol, also known as … more
One of the busiest intersections in Blair — and the site of a fatal accident about a year ago — may soon be safer for pedestrians. The Nebraska Department of Transportation (NDOT) will be … more
Drivers along state Highway 133 on a late night in June witnessed a giant — the top two stories of a 120-year-old barn — slowly make its way through Washington County to its new location at … more
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