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A computer chip and steel shortage has largely affected the automotive industry partly due to the coronavirus pandemic. According to CNN, the U.S. "relies heavily" on computer chips from foreign … more
Dan Hovanec was living in New York when a neighbor asked him to build her a hutch like one she had seen in a furniture store. Fifty-five years later, the Blair resident recently finished a nearly … more
A Kennard man was seriously injured Monday after a firework exploded in his hand. Washington County sheriff's deputies and Blair Rescue responded to an area near Riverwood Lane and Marina Lane at approximately 10:04 p.m. more
Great Plains Communications has been adding fiber and business customers in Blair over the past several years, but that is expanding soon, according to an announcement made by the company this week.  more
As the 2020-21 school year came to a close, Blair elementary students participated in their annual fun day events. Fun days at the North, South and Deerfield included nine activities including … more
For the second straight year, the Memorial Community Hospital Auxiliary Rummage Sale has been canceled and the future of the sale remains uncertain, organizers said. Kim Dutton, MCH Auxiliary … more
Memorial Day services are scheduled in Washington County. Following last year, where a few events were cancelled or livestreamed due to COVID-19, the services are opening again to remember the … more
The Fort Calhoun Planning Commission will vote on three potential areas to annex after the city council approved to accept them at its regular meeting May 17. Three parcels were approved to be … more
A Dana College professor known for his enthusiasm for teaching, his passion for religion and his dedication of preserving Danish history is being remembered by his students, colleagues, family and … more
    Suggested head: By Leeanna Ellis editor@enterprisepub.com Blair Community Schools (BCS) students will soon have more opportunities for outdoor learning. The Blair Kids … more
The highly-anticipated Adams Street Corridor splash pad was officially opened Friday afternoon. A special ribbon cutting following Fort Calhoun Elementary's last day of school kicked off the … more
While serving as a lifeguard and teaching swimming lessons, Amy Rogers found her love for working with young children. “That started early on when I was in high school, though I didn't know … more
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