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    Suggested head: By Leeanna Ellis editor@enterprisepub.com The Blair Planning Commission approved the recommendation of an ordinance to rezone property west of the new … more
The Blair Planning Commission recommended approval a conditional use permit for three signs for Christ Lutheran Church during its regular meeting Tuesday. A stipulation for the recommendation was … more
The Washington County Sheriff's Office is investigating an illegal fireworks manufacturer in Fort Calhoun. Deputies, two agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) … more
    By Leeanna Ellis editor@enterprisepub.com A large crowd gathered Monday at the Blair Cemetery to pause and remember those who paid the ultimate sacrifice for the freedom of … more
Recent vandalism at Lions Park in Blair has residents and law enforcement concerned. Over the last year, the Blair Police Department (BPD) has received reports of about a half a dozen issues, … more
Justice Center update Jared Schleifer, project manager for Weitz Construction, provided the Washington County Board of Supervisors an update to the Washington County Justice Center at its meeting … more
The Blair Public Library and Technology Center will host its Summer Reading Program in a somewhat normal setting. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the summer reading program was presented primarily … more
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
Four faces are always present to cheer up customers when they walk into Calhoun Oil/Conoco gas station. A pack of dogs have made themselves part of the Fort Calhoun community by acting as greeters … more
Blair Cemetery records will soon be easily accessible for city staff and the public. During its May 25 meeting, the Blair City Council approved a proposal from JEO Engineering to digitize the … 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
Bids for asphalt projects rejected The Blair City Council rejected two bids for asphalt resurfacing projects at the recommendation of Public Works Director Al Schoemaker during its meeting May … more
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