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Ira Nathan's curiosity about his family and ties to Washington County got the best of him one afternoon, and he couldn't help but follow through with some research. Nathan's paternal great-uncle was … more
The Arbor Park Intermediate School students sat down with RESPECT, a non-profit educational theatre company based out of Omaha, Tuesday to learn about bullying and harmful relationships. The … more
The Blair Planning Commission recommended the city council deny a couple's request to rezone a lot in a rural subdivision to allow for two pet longhorn cattle during its regular meeting … more
Following an assessment of district needs, the Tekamah-Herman Board of Education has put together a plan to improve their facilities and therefore their educational programs. Working hard to bring … more
Shellie Brainard, the Arlington village clerk since 2018, resigned Jan. 28. Her last day is Tuesday. The Village Board of Trustees has called a special meeting for 6:30 p.m. Monday to consider the … more
A weather delay changed the date, but around 100 fathers and daughters danced the night away Friday at the Arlington Public Schools PTO Daddy-Daughter Dance. Music and concessions were provided by … more
Joined by the Right Rev. Scott Barker XI, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Nebraska, family, friends and fellow priests, the Rev. Kim Culp was ordained as a priest at St. Mary’s Episcopal … more
Music will be in the air as Otte Blair Middle Schools hosts Sing Around Nebraska on Saturday. This is the first time the district has hosted the event, according to Molly Willing, OBMS vocal music … more
A convicted felon who was found with a knife accepted a plea agreement and was sentenced Jan. 28 in Washington County District Court. Trevor Cornelius, 23, pleaded no contest to the amended charge … more
A Blair man who was found with drugs in his car following a traffic stop accepted a plea agreement and was sentenced Jan. 28 in Washington County District Court. John M. Riley, 37, pleaded no … more
A Fort Calhoun man who was found with drugs following a traffic stop for speeding accepted a plea agreement Jan. 28 in Washington County District Court. Jacob Regan, 20, pleaded guilty to the … more
A win is the outcome sought for the last word Fort Calhoun Elementary fifth grade student Aiden Tinkham spelled at the school's spelling bee Jan. 28. "C-A-M-P-A-I-G-N. Campaign," Tinkham said to … more
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