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One of the biggest community events has been cancelled this year due to COVID-19. St. John the Baptist Catholic Church's annual fish fry, which occurs throughout Lent in February and March, was … more
More Washington County resident rolled up their sleeves to get the COVID-19 vaccine. There were 150 doses of the vaccine administered Thursday at Memorial Community Hospital and Health System (MCH) … more
A herd of about 50 goats were killed in a barn fire early Monday morning just south of the Blair Municipal Airport. Fort Calhoun firefighters were initially dispatched at approximately 1:49 a.m. … more
From her seat downstage, Emilie Rothanzl watched as the cast of “Red Rose” rehearsed a scene Monday afternoon. “It's very interesting because rather than thinking about what my … more
A legislative bill introduced by Nebraska Sen. Robert Clements of District 2 could amend several sections of the Nebraska inheritance tax. The bill, LB 310, could be brought into law in 2022, and … more
Donna Westmoreland was in tears when she saw her 3-year-old Yorkshire Terrier for the first time in 10 months. The dog, Maggie, had reportedly been taken by Westmoreland's previous caretaker, who … more
Head:   By Joe Burns photos@enterprisepub.com   The Innovation and Ovation show choir performance for  parents and family members Saturday marked the first live … more
The second phase of the trail at Black Elk-Neihardt park is expected to move forward after it was approved by the Blair City Council at its Jan. 26 meeting. Trail leader Brent Fullmer presented … more
Following a snowstorm like the one last week that dropped nearly a foot of snow, Washington County Highway Superintendent Bill Hansel wants to remind residents not to push snow out onto the county … more
The Washington County Board of Supervisors approved five potential change orders Tuesday as a result of state inspections for construction on the new justice center. The change orders will … more
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