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Erika Roehrs of Blair has been selected to attend American Legion Auxiliary Cornhusker Girls State through a virtual format. She was selected based on her academics along with an application and interview process. Roehrs will study local, county and state government processes in this nonpartisan political learning experience. more
A Lincoln man who drove a golf cart while intoxicated accepted a plea deal and was found guilty Tuesday in Washington County District Court. Matthew Burt, 39, pleaded guilty to driving under the … more
After hearing the initial price tag, it didn’t take long for members of the Blair Community Schools Board of Education to begin discussing possible ways to scale back a proposed plan for the construction of a concession stand/restroom/storage complex at Krantz Field. more
A Bennington couple who stole thousands of dollars from multiple people and businesses wanting to rent their venue, South Creek Wedding and Events, was sentenced to six months probation Tuesday in … more
Pots and pans were working hard for two days at Blair High School. Family and Consumer Science teacher Cherise Wry's 40 students in her Culinary II classes completed their annual food truck … more
Reconstruction of an old log wall at Fort Atkinson is moving into its final phases. The reconstruction began in October on one of the structures that is used for Living History. The fort was … more
It can be easy sometimes not to consider the end result of flushing something down the toilet. If it doesn't clog a toilet, it should be OK, right? Thick towels, while able to flush, caused much trouble at the bottom of Larsen Street on March 28 in Blair. more
Distracted driving has been a common issue that results in heavy fines, traffic accidents or death. During Distracted Driving Awareness Month, it's imperative to understand the laws of distracted … more
For 39 years, Dave Halperin has volunteered his time to serve two Nebraska counties. After almost 17 years with the Washington County Sheriff's Office, following 22 years at the Douglas County … more
Following CDC and FDA recommendations, Three Rivers Public Health Department announced Tuesday it will pause use of the Johnson & Johnson/Janssen COVID-19 vaccine. more
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