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It's the 100th anniversary of the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission and the Blair Public Library and Technology Center is helping to celebrate it with its latest gallery exhibit. more
A Bennington couple and previous owners of South Creek Wedding and Events charged with stealing thousands of dollars from multiple individuals and entities wanting to rent their venue accepted a plea … more
Washington County sheriff's deputies need help identifying two potential suspects responsible for numerous thefts that occurred Feb. 15 in Arlington. Detective Sgt. Brian Beckman said the … more
Washington County residents awoke Tuesday to record-breaking cold as temperatures plunged well below zero. However, the extreme cold wasn't expected to last. A record low of 23 degrees below zero … more
Ash Wednesday started the 2021 Lenten season in the Catholic church this week. more
The Blair Police Department is aiming to boost its number of experienced members through better recruiting tactics. In 2020, BPD had 15 officers with 139 years of total service — 100 of … more
Sundays at Jim and Connie’s Blair Bakery are usually quiet, but all hands were on deck beginning at 6 a.m. this past Sunday to create thousands of doughnut holes. The donuts were an order … more
Washington County residents and landowners voiced their opposition to a proposal to build a dry dam on the Thomas Creek as part of flood mitigation plans presented by the Papio-Missouri River Natural … more
It was no surprise when Kember Huber knew the championship word of the Washington County Spelling Bee on Thursday at Arbor Park Intermediate School. “R-e-v-e-l-a-t-i-o-n,” she … more
Planned outages began in Nebraska due to the extreme cold temperatures. Omaha Public Power District has confirmed it completed one planned outage directed by the Southwest Power Pool (SPP). more
Vern and Ruth Work awoke Sunday night to smoke alarms going off in their house at 103 W. 7th St. in Herman. The Herman Volunteer Fire Department, Blair, Kennard and Tekamah fire departments responded to the blaze around 11:30 p.m., which the fire marshal believes started around 9:30 p.m. There were no injuries. more
Old Man Winter has settled over the area and will not let go. With feels-like temperatures below zero through next week, extra layers seem necessary. Washington County saw temperatures dip below zero this week, prompting wind chill advisories and schools to consider closing due to the weather. more
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