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As we are all coming to terms with our new normal, I will try to keep you apprised of our schedule and curbside delivery. For the past three weeks, we have remained open. This means that one can call … more
There’s something to look forward to in Arlington. In the next few weeks, Ashley Miskowiec and Chris Andreasen will open the BARn and Grill for takeout and delivery in the former location of Our … more
Washington County Clerk Barb Sullivan said she hopes the county’s poll workers are bored for the May 12 primary election. As the Nebraska Secretary of State’s office is taking precautions … more
Tina Doughty saw a need for a Little Free Pantry at 110 W. Eagle St., in the Arlington community in 2017 and that need continues today. As people lose their jobs or students are home more than … more
Armed with a camera that can get closeups but remaining an appropriate distance away, 14 families in the Deerfield neighborhood had something to smile about Sunday as photographer Kelsi Wacker … more
Due to coronavirus exposure concerns, playgrounds in Blair parks are closed until further notice, according to City Administrator Rod Storm. However, the city's parks remain open. Playgrounds at … more
Nearly 3,000 meals had been served to residents in need less than three weeks after a free sack lunch partnership began between Country Bible Church and Butch’s Deli. “Oh my word, it’s just … more
They have spent their lives in school, looking forward to proms, graduations and parties. The coronavirus has changed that for all students. On April 1, Gov. Pete Ricketts issued a Directed Health … more
Char Schmidt had an idea. While she was recuperating from an illness, all she could think about was putting Easter eggs out in her yard — not just a few eggs, but 3,000 eggs covering her entire … more
As the coronavirus continues to make its way through the world, businesses continue to modify their practices. Arlington businesses are no exception. Hair salons in Arlington are closed or closing … more
An investigation is under way into accusations that Carter Place employees were ordered to report to work at the facility during the COVID-19 outbreak even though some were showing symptoms of the … more
Fort Calhoun residents with old chairs, bricks, books, bicycles and more can get rid of them just by setting them out on the curb the next two weekends. The Fort Calhoun Enhancement Committee is … more
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