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The Washington County Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring its countywide Brightly Shining residential lighting contest as it has done for several years. People can nominate themselves or neighbors for the chance to win $50 in Chamber Bucks. more
Martin Kuhr liked flying. “I tried lessons at the Blair Airport,” he said. It's one of the reasons the Blair native, now 94, enlisted in the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II. … more
Dollar General is expected to break ground next month on an $85 million combination dry and DG Fresh distribution center in Blair — the first of its kind constructed by the company. more
A small group of veterans and students gathered Wednesday at the Washington County Veterans Tribute Plaza in Blair with one goal in mind: to honor those who have served in the military. Amid the … more
Gov. Pete Ricketts is asking Nebraskans to “redouble” their efforts to prevent the spread of coronavirus after hospitalizations for COVID-19 have nearly quadrupled in the last six … more
Volunteer firefighters were fighting a rekindling of a fire Monday morning at 355 N. 8th St. in Arlington. Arlington Fire Chief Dan Douglas said the original fire started around 12:30 a.m. and … more
When Sgt. Travis Lyon readies for his shifts with Blair police, Duke, the Blair Police Department's K9 for the last 9 ½ years, is there ready to work. “He still notices the uniform … more
If a person couldn't find 76-year-old Don Beck in his house, chances are he was on the road or at the car wash keeping his beloved cars immaculate. more
Washington County residents surpassed its 2016 numbers for vote casts Tuesday on Election Day. In 2016, 75.7% of registered voters cast in their ballots. This year, out of 15,205 voters, 12,518 of … more
Construction for a new Holiday Inn Express in Blair could break ground as soon as March or April, according to the developer. “If the winter is mild, it will be quicker,” said … more
Cases of COVID-19 in Washington County continue to rise significantly, according to the Three Rivers Public Health Department, which reported Friday there were 148 new cases in the last … more
COVID-19 cases in Washington County continue to be on the rise. According to information on the Three Rivers Public Health Department's website, there are 558 total cases in Washington County. … more
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