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The Washington County Sheriff's Office was on lockdown Wednesday afternoon after a woman brought an envelope with white powder on it and in it into the building. Capt. Aaron Brensel said the … more
An Omaha man was arrested for driving while intoxicated on June 19. Steven Cannon, 33, was charged with possession of a controlled substance, a Class III felony, and driving under the … more
A weeklong summer camp allowed students to focus on being active, while also learning about science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). The Pioneer Adventure Club (PAC) Summer Camp featured … more
Cool off in July with the 8th annual Christmas in July sponsored by the Washington County Ministerial Association from 5:30-8:30 p.m. July 16 at Steyer Park. more
A tour of Christensen Hop Farm, south of Fort Calhoun on U.S. Highway 75, shows how quickly the hops community has grown over the last few years. The Christensen Hop Farm, led by Josh Christensen, … more
A presentation July 3 and 4 during Fort Atkinson's Living History Days will take visitors back to the 1820s. The presentations were funded by Humanities Nebraska. The first presentation, on … more
After a year of cancelled events and celebrations, fireworks are back in stock and ready to be set off. Midwest Firework Wholesales owner Jim Sandvold said his company mainly handles the bigger, … more
A nonprofit organization is seeking funds for Blair's Fourth of July fireworks display, which will take place Sunday on the former Dana College campus. Blair Celebrations has set its goal at … more
Justice Center grand opening Washington County Supervisor Jay Anderson, District 5, provided a few updates on the Washington County Justice Center Tuesday at the Board of Supervisors' regular … more
Nearly every morning since Dec. 2, 2018, Mary Fitch, 93, of Blair, has ridden her stationary bicycle. Her logbook records her first ride as being 8 minutes long. In the ensuing years, she has usually averaged 20 to 30 minutes, though some have been as long as more than 50 minutes.  more
The City of Blair will receive nearly $1.4 million under the local allocations in the American Rescue Plan Act, City Administrator Rod Storm announced Tuesday. Storm told the Blair City Council … more
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