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The Depot at Lion's Park on Sunday hosted  three bluegrass bands and a youth fiddle contest.  People packed the park to take in the sights and sounds of the  afternoon.  more
A Carter Lake, Iowa, woman was arrested after driving while intoxicated and subsequently charged for assaulting two public safety officers. Emily Sondag, 30, was charged with third-degree … more
Trinity Lutheran Church is hosting its Vacation Bible School, "The Tree of Life," July 10­ through 14 at the church, 141 S. 20th St. Children ages 3 and potty trained through sixth graders are … more
With dozens of historical homes and buildings in Fort Calhoun, the Washington County Museum wanted to showcase the lives of all those who first settled into the county. The museum is hosting "A … more
An Omaha man who was arrested for displaying a firearm during a road rage incident on state Highway 133 pleaded not guilty to all charges Tuesday in Washington County District Court. Joshua … more
A Kennard man who was found with drugs following a traffic stop in Blair was sentenced to spend five months in jail and ordered to pay a $500 fine Tuesday in Washington County District … more
First Baptist Church has slightly more work ahead in order to repair the main part of the building. The church was damaged following a fire caused by a lightning strike May 17. The smokestack … more
A Craig man who was in contact with a person whom had two protective orders against him accepted a plea deal and was found guilty Tuesday in Washington County District Court. Christopher … more
Chairman Doyle Eicher presented money raised at the event to several organizations and presented them a check Tuesday.  more
Following a lengthy discussion at last week's Washington County Board of Supervisors meeting, the Blair Airport Authority welcomed additional comments and questions regarding a future runway … more
With firework sales and discharge legal within Blair city limits, common sense is the name of the game. Firework sales and legal discharge hours began today, Friday, at 8 a.m. Hours for sale and … more
Things got wild at the library Tuesday. Will Abler of Real Reptiles brought everything from frogs to albino boa constrictors to a large group of kids at the Blair Public Library and Technology Center. more
A Fort Calhoun native has been appointed as a district court judge. Katie Benson, now of Omaha, was appointed by Gov. Pete Ricketts as District Court Judge in the Fourth Judicial … more
One person was injured following a two-vehicle accident on 17th and Front streets Thursday afternoon in Blair. The Blair police and fire department responded to the accident at around 3:40 p.m. … more
Policies approved Several existing and newer policies were unanimously approved by the Fort Calhoun Community Schools Board of Education June 13 at its regular meeting. The following … more
A Winnebago woman who was found with drugs in her vehicle during a traffic stop in Blair accepted a plea deal and was found guilty June 14 in Washington County District Court. Precious Stewart, … more
Editor's note: This is the fifth article of a multiple-part series looking at the every day lives of professionals in Washington County. Join the Enterprise staff once a month as they show a unique … more
A new generation of ownership will take over the Longhorn Bar in the upcoming weeks. Andy and Linda Faucher will be taking over the reigns from Jeanne Knight, who has owned the restaurant since … more
An Elkhorn man was arrested for driving while intoxicated near Kennard on June 13. Bernard Cummings, 63, is charged is driving under the influence with two prior convictions and refusal to … more
Roads Dept. items approved The Washington County Board of Supervisors voted against one resolution and unanimously approved another June 14 at its regular meeting. Supervisors Jay Anderson, … more
An Omaha man who was arrested for driving while intoxicated in Fort Calhoun accepted a plea deal and was found guilty June 14 in Washington County District Court. Jeffrey Wrubel, 52, pleaded … more
The Washington County Sheriff's Office is implementing a new program aimed at stopping underage drinking and having consequences for adults who provide alcohol to minors. Sheriff Mike Robinson … more
With gas prices at all-time highs in Nebraska, city officials are keeping a cautious eye on gas budgets while remaining at the top possible level of service. As of June 17, according to AAA, the … more
For youths raising goats for commercial sale throughout the country, a registered stock show in Grand Island brings them together for competition. Part of that competition came to Blair.  … more
With an increase of road rage incidents in the county, some of which have lead to potentially dangerous situations, the Washington County Sheriff's Office has several pieces of advice for the public. … more
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