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Josh Nelson was hired as the new Washington County weed superintendent in May, filling the role previously held by Mike Smith, who retired in March. Nelson grew up on a farm in Waterloo, Neb., and … more
The Washington County Planning Commission unanimously recommended approval of a five-year conditional use permit for an event venue at Skinny Bones Pumpkin Patch at its regular monthly meeting … more
A house sustained extensive damage following a fire Saturday night in Blair. Firefighters from Blair and Fort Calhoun responded to the blaze around 9 p.m. in the 700 block of North Second … more
An Omaha woman who stole items from a man's home in Arlington accepted a plea deal and was found guilty Tuesday in Washington County District Court. Tammy Suelter, 57, pleaded no contest to the … more
From a new outdoor exhibit, success in the Nebraska Passport program and new signage, the Washington County Museum has had a busy few weeks. Outside the museum, visitors will find a new exhibit … more
A man and woman were arrested for driving while under revocation, and having drugs in the car, respectively. John Riley, 38, was charged with driving while revoked from a DUI, a Class 4 felony, … more
Larry Kusek was happy to have a nice, sunny day to honor those who have lost their lives in service. Kusek, Fort Atkinson American Legion Post 348's commander, spoke at Fort Calhoun's Memorial Day … more
An Omaha man was arrested for assaulting his partner and running from law enforcement officers on May 26. Anthony Portelli, 32, was charged with third-degree domestic assault, a Class 3A felony; … more
One woman has taken the liberty to present Blair history in two volumes. Donna Henton wrote two books on Blair's history from 1869 to 2019, titled, "If These Bricks Could Talk." "Originally, I … more
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