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Blair High School juniors will have an opportunity to gain real-world job experience through the partnership between Blair Community Schools (BCS) and Intern Omaha, which connects high school students to internships throughout the area.  more
In December, the Blair Area Community Foundation received $12,000 in relief funds via the CARES Act, distributed by the State of Nebraska and targeted toward nonprofit organizations. more
The Blue Blood Drive saw a full capacity of appointments with individuals giving back to law enforcement. The second annual blood drive was given by the American Red Cross and the Concerns of … more
The Blair High School band will soon have three new tubas. The Blair Fine Arts Boosters began fundraising in October for eight new concert tubas after BHS director Jeff Mount made the request. The current tubas were purchased in 1999. The estimated cost is $44,800 or $5,600 per tuba. more
Things look different from the air. Aerial photos of old farms were often taken by helicopter. As technology has improved, the means of taking those pictures have become smaller — drones are now able to take such photos. For Blair resident Eric Smith, who said he always had a camera in his hand, his camera now flies higher. more
The full flood control capacity of the Missouri River Mainstem Reservoir System is available for the 2021 runoff season. more
A Blair man who was found with stolen property during a search warrant at his home accepted a plea deal and was found guilty Jan. 5 in Washington County District Court. Dave Nowicki, 61, pleaded … more
A Blair man accused of soliciting sexually explicit videos from underage girls through social media will have a bench trial March 29-31. Andrew Christensen, 22, is charged with three counts of … more
The After Christmas donations for Fort Calhoun Presbyterian Church will continue through the end of February. Hats, scarves, gloves and lightly-used coats have started to fill the church's … more
Fighting the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic takes funding. The Coronavirus Relief Fund, a federally funded program authorized through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Security (CARES) Act, provided the necessary money needed to respond to the pandemic. more
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