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A 22-year-old man was transported following a possible medical episode resulting in a single-vehicle accident near county roads 26 and 29 Tuesday afternoon. The Washington County Sheriff's Office, … more
Katie Benson wasn't always interested in law, but found her calling shortly after undergrad to pursue her lifelong career. Benson, a Fort Calhoun native who graduated from Fort Calhoun High School … more
This year's Pack the Park will once again provide hundreds of area children with new backpacks and school supplies, but an exciting twist has been added. On Aug. 7, Reach Church will host Pack the … more
A slight decrease of COVID-19 cases is being reported in the Three Rivers Public Health Department area. In a seven-day period, ending June 30, the three-county area saw 67 new cases, down from … more
Blair's newest hotel is nearing completion. Deven Patel, regional manager for Sai Properties, said the Holiday Inn Express, 1933 Holly Street, is expected to be completed by mid-August “at … more
For 50 years, Blair resident Patricia Bentsen spent her time as a nurse and missionary in several parts of Madagascar. Along with multiple items collected over the years that Bentsen shared with … more
The City of Blair recently agreed to apply for a significant loan on behalf of Easterseals Nebraska for its new camp on the former Dana College campus.  In June, Easterseals announced plans … more
A little education and engagement during the summer can mean a lot when the new school year begins. Blair Community Schools and area organizations each summer offer a wide array of educational … more
The Blair Volunteer Fire Department and Blair Police Department responded to a fire that broke out on a residential fence and shed Thursday afternoon in the 800 block of North 12th Street. The … more
A Blair man who made threats against a federal wildlife officer accepted a plea deal and was found guilty in federal court Tuesday morning. Cody A. Cape, 23, pleaded guilty to threatening to … more
One man's curiosity about obtaining his family history has opened many doors and uncovered many stories about his ancestors. Ira Nathan, a Scottsbluff native, spoke to a group Thursday evening at … more
This weekend, hundreds flocked to brightly colored tents throughout Blair with the hopes of finding explosive deals. June 24 marked the first day of legal firework sales and discharges in the … more
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