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Father to Boston and Claire, and described as an all-around good guy, Jeremy McKinnis leaves behind his family and family business. He died Jan. 9 at age 40.  more
A retired nurse and historian presented several stories on World War II nurses and all their duties while on the field Wednesday at the Washington County Museum. In conjunction with the museum's … more
A temporary pump has been installed to help feed the Blair water treatment plant. Al Schoemaker, Public Works Director for Blair, said the temporary intake pump helps supply water from the Missouri River to the water treatment plant. He said the pump is necessary because of low water levels in the Missouri River. more
The Blair City Council elected to move forward with a feasibility study for a potential project on the second floor of Blair City Hall. more
Recent frigid temperatures have created headaches for the City of Blair. Al Schoemaker, Director of Public Works, said cold weather over the holidays led to three water main breaks in the city. “The cold weather can certainly make for challenges for the city's water mains as the ground freezes and moves, causing water main breaks,” he said. “(Three) is a high number for such a short time for Blair.” more
The Fort Calhoun Community Schools Foundation has seen a successful first year after it was revamped and taken over by Don Johnson, who serves as the foundation's director, in January last … more
Editor's note: This is the final article of a seven-part series looking at volunteer organizations around Washington County and the challenges they face with finding help. The previous six stories … more
A Bellevue man who drove while intoxicated and caused the death of an Arkansas man during a car accident was sentenced to 12-16 years in prison Tuesday in Washington County Court. Christopher … more
A multi-tenant building next door to Scooter’s has been named Gateway Square. more
A new exhibit at the Washington County Museum honors area medical professionals who cared for people during some of history's most tumultuous times. The museum on Jan. 5 unveiled its Healthcare through Time exhibit, which displays uniforms, equipment and tools used by nurses and doctors locally and in the military during the early 20th century, including World War I and World War II. more
A winter storm in Washington County and surrounding areas Dec. 31 brought 1.3 inches to the Blair area. Icy roads Dec. 30 led to some accidents in the area, as well. more
On Dec. 22, 2020, Three Rivers Public Health Department administered its first doses of the COVID-19 vaccination. more
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