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Blair Community Schools is planning to start the 2021-22 school year “as normal as possible,” according to Supt. Randy Gilson. That includes making masks optional when students return to … more
The damage from vandals was evident as members of two church youth groups and other volunteers walked into the C.A. Dana-LIFE Library on the former Dana College campus in Blair. Bookshelves … more
There may soon be golf carts on Blair city streets. The city council approved an ordinance on first reading 6-1 to allow the use of the vehicles within city limits. Council member Chris Jensen … more
It takes a lot to be a rodeo queen — interviews, modeling, horsemanship. On Monday, four rodeo queen hopefuls descended on the Washington County Fairgrounds to compete for the … more
A webinar on Executive Order 14008, "Tackling the Climate Crisis at Home and Abroad," was held by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Center for Agricultural Profitability on Thursday … more
Washington County corn and soybean crops are “on pace” for the growing season. “I think the crop looks extremely good around here,” said Gary Lambrecht, who farms land in … more
The Fort Calhoun City Council denied two and approved one plat of land for annexation on first reading Monday evening. In order to annex the areas, an ordinance will need to be passed with three … more
Kayla Kubert smiled as she pulled her mask off and walked out of a house that still had smoke pouring from a second floor window. Just a week and a half after joining the Kennard Volunteer Fire … more
National Night Out is returning from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Aug. 3 at Lions Park. The 38th annual National Night Out is sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch (NATW) and aims to gather … more
Quilt lovers and garden enthusiasts once again gathered at the Washington County family farm of Doug and Terri Wolfe on Saturday for the annual visual feast which is the Country Quilt Show and … more
As swimmers arrived at the Blair Municipal Pool on Friday afternoon, lifeguards gave them the word that the new water slides were open. The water attraction features a 6-foot high spiral slide and … more
The Blair Community Schools Board of Education shared its stance on the state board of education's proposed health standards during its regular meeting Monday night. The state board released the … more
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