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The Blair Public Library and Technology Center will soon update its hours to reach more patrons. more
It’s nearly time for the campers to arrive at Camp Fontanelle.  more
The body of a missing woman was recovered from the Missouri River Thursday morning. The Iowa Department of Natural Resources recovered the body of Emma Olsen, 20 of Omaha, at 8:30 this morning, … more
A boat has been recovered from the Missouri River near Blair in the search for a missing woman. Harrison County (Iowa) 911 received a call at 11:56 p.m. on May 29 that a boat had sank near the … more
A jury trial held the week of May 16 was dismissed due to the testimony of a complaining witness. The trial, being held for Roger Wheeler, 53, who was accused of assault by strangulation and … more
After a successful start to the program, the Pioneer Adventure Club (PAC) is looking to increase its student participation during its summer activities. The PAC, which was created by the Fort … more
A common sight for those visiting Specialized Transmission is a specialized co-worker ready to greet customers and receive treats. Shelby, an approximately 8-year-old German Shepherd, has been … more
Funds approved The Washington County Board of Supervisors voted 6-1 to approve a claim from Mechanical Sales, Inc., in the amount of $11,413.25 to come out of the buildings fund May 24 at its … more
The parade is a marquee feature of any summer event. Several Washington County festivals and fairs boast parades, including the upcoming Gateway to the West Days, which kicks off next Thursday. … more
Washington County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Jordan Rishel has been selected to participate in the Leadership Nebraska Class XIV. The nine-month program covers a broad range of key … more
Early on Wednesday morning, a few veterans filed out of Carter Place to receive a token of appreciation through a collaboration of the Omaha Federal Credit Union and Washington County Veterans Services. more
Trading cards and childhood go hand in hand for many people. Sports fans learn about their favorite players and sometimes even get autographs on the cards. more
r. Daniel Ocel indirectly found his way to Blair from a trip to Cambodia. Ocel, who joined the orthopedic team at Memorial Community Hospital and Health System (MCH) in March, was on a service … more
Recovery efforts for a missing individual along the Missouri River near Blair have been suspended because of hazardous weather conditions. Harrison County (Iowa) 911 received a call at 11:56 p.m. … more
A Craig man was arrested for violating a protection order for a domestic assault case. Christopher Alexander, 36, was charged with violation of a protection order with a prior conviction, a … more
A text amendment aiming to define "meats-retail" in the Washington County zoning regulations was unanimously denied by the Washington County Board of Supervisors Tuesday at its regular meeting. … more
The Washington County Sheriff's Office is one of several agencies across the state and country participating in a campaign to encourage drivers to use their seatbelts properly. The nationwide … more
A Fort Calhoun man who assaulted his partner was sentenced to two years probation Tuesday in Washington County District Court. Clifford Hamilton, 34, pleaded no contest to third-degree domestic … more
An Omaha man was arrested after brandishing a gun during a road rage incident on state Highway 133. Tylor Spitzer, 25, was charged with use of a firearm to commit a felony, a Class 1C felony; … more
A Blair man and Bellevue woman were arrested for being found with drugs following a search of his residence on May 18. Adam Boeka, 38, is charged with possession of a controlled substance with … more
A Fremont man who stole items from a Blair store accepted a plea deal and was found guilty Tuesday in Washington County District Court. Jeremy Rousseau, 43, pleaded no contest to three counts of … more
Fort Calhoun Jr/Sr High School recognized its second semester honor roll students. The students honored are listed by grade in alphabetical order. "A" honor roll: Seventh grade — … more
The south water tower in Blair will soon get a new coat of paint. The Blair City Council at its May 24 meeting approved a contract of $426,410 with Maguire Iron, of Sioux Falls, to repaint the … more
From the United States Air Force to farmland in Arlington, the White family has seen a lot of the world. And now they are beginning the homesteading process.  more
For 13 years, Michael Ferm has seen the evolution of the Washington County Community Foundation (WCCF) as a board member, 10 of those spent as president. In that time, the foundation has gone … more
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