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Amendments aimed to crack down on misuse of the city's public brush pile have been approved. The Blair City Council passed the second and third reading of amendments to the code that would … more
The Family Dollar/Dollar Tree hybrid store opened its doors to residents Thursday. The store, which is located on the north end of Fort Calhoun, will hold items from both dollar store … more
Three siblings have channeled their talents and hobbies and began selling homemade products to customers in the summer. The Lecolst siblings, McKenzi, 15; Gabbi, 12; and Lane, 8, have started … more
Following a lightning strike during a storm May 17, First Baptist Church is looking forward to a relatively quick recovery. The lightning strike developed into a fire atop the smokestack on the … more
The Fort Calhoun Library began its Summer Reading Program Monday afternoon for children to continue reading over summer break. The program allows for children to check out books and log them to … more
One Omaha lawyer was inspired to tell the story of the Ponca chief that stood up for the rights of Native Americans in 1879 in the same city he now practices law. "Standing Bear's Quest for … more
The Blair Public Library and Technology Center began its sign-up for Summer Reading Monday. Titled "Read Beyond the Beaten Path," Summer Reading will begin June 6 and run through July 22, during … more
Museum event street closing The Fort Calhoun City Council unanimously approved to close 15th and Monroe streets from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. July 9 for an event hosted by the Washington County Museum … more
The Fremont community is holding a candle light vigil for Maddie Everitt tonight. Guests are invited to wear neon, light a candle and say a prayer for Maddie and her family. The vigil … more
The Blair Family YMCA and Memorial Community Hospital teamed up Saturday for the annual Community Block Party and Healthy Kids Days. Guests enjoyed inflatable games, a grill out and more. more
Blair grad Kori Archbold was determined not to let her love of live performances fade after college. The Blair elementary music instructor and 2001 Blair High School grad has found an outlet for … more
Memorial Day is less than a week away and area groups are ready to host their annual services. All area services will be held on Memorial Day, May 30. The public is invited to attend any … more
School is officially out for summer. Throughout the week, students celebrated the end of the year with Fun Days, special classes at DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge, track and field days and … more
Two individuals were injured in a head-on crash on Highway 30 early Sunday morning. The Washington County Sheriff’s Office said an SUV, driven by an adult female, was traveling west on … more
A warm weekend provided the backdrop to the annual Herman Days.  more
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