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Three local organizations received funding from donations to Fremont Area Big Give — Roots to Wings, Arlington Community Foundation and the Arlington Education Foundation. Roots to Wings … more
The people who Roots to Wings support have been called on to adapt to their own unique circumstances, as well as trying to understand the challenges of closures due to the coronavirus. The farmers … more
Remember the days of running on the track, competing in high jump or shot put? This year's field day at Arlington Elementary went virtual and nearly 110 students participated. The Open National … more
"Welcome home," said Father Damien Wee as he opened Mass for parishioners Monday — the first in several weeks — at St. Francis Borgia Catholic Church in Blair. Restrictions were eased for … more
For 38 years, Steve Johnson has taught and coached the students of Arlington Public Schools. He's seen the facilities change with the number of gyms, but saw other things stay the same. "I'm so … more
Some Washington County restaurants reopened Monday after Gov. Pete Ricketts announced relaxations of Directed Health Measure (DHM) requirements last month. Under the new order, which is similar to … more
A Blair man who was found with methamphetamine during a traffic stop was sentenced to jail Tuesday in Washington County District Court. Gary G. Ward, 53, was found guilty March 3 of possession of … more
The Three Rivers Health Department has identified 30 new cases of COVID-19 — one from Washington County — in its district, according to a press release Friday afternoon. Three Rivers covers … more
Hailey Baker from Troop 43100 held a ribbon cutting Sunday to recognize the progress of her Gold Award. The Gold Award is the highest award a Girl Scout can earn. Only five percent of Girl Scouts … more
While the Barreras Family Farm officially started operating just north of Blair in 2018, Mariel and Lt. Col. Anthony Barreras' dream of leaving a lasting legacy to a big family started years ago over … more
Justice center seeing interior touches and finishes Interior touches and finishes on multiple areas of the new Washington County Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice are in the process of being … more
Blair Community Schools will no longer receive state equalization aid. The district was notified by the Nebraska Department of Education that it will lose $613,687 in state aid for the 2020-21 … more
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