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The Fort Calhoun High School yearbook staff is looking for band, choir and candid shots of all high school students and staff. With school closed and students completing schoolwork outside of … more
Blair Public Library and Technology Center Director Gayle Roberts asks for patience as changes are made due to the ongoing pandemic. The library will be working with a smaller staff of teams of … more
A Fort Calhoun man who allegedly left the scene of an accident in which a passenger was injured accepted a plea agreement March 31 in Washington County District Court. Jacob T. Tegels, 21, pleaded … more
A woman who was arrested for driving under the influence after a hit-and-run property damage accident accepted a plea agreement March 31 in Washington County District Court. Shirley J. Gore, 36, … more
On Thursday, the day after Gov. Pete Ricketts signed a Directed Health Measure closing schools statewide until May 31 as a precaution for COVID-19, Blair Community Schools (BCS) Supt. Randy Gilson … more
Fort Calhoun Community Schools students haven’t been in the high school or elementary buildings since March 11, but cooks, paraeducators, teachers and community members are helping keep food in … more
When Gov. Pete Ricketts issued the state's first Directed Health Measure (DHM) in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19, Betsy Mata, owner of El Vallarta Mexican Restaurant in Blair, said she was … more
Blair Community Schools is seeking a new high school principal and activities director for the 2020-21 school year. In an emailed letter to parents, Supt. Randy Gilson announced some upcoming … more
 Omaha Public Power District distributed nearly $34 million last week for in-lieu-of-tax payments to 11 southeast Nebraska counties. That’s up slightly from $33.9 million OPPD distributed to … more
Three Rivers Public Health Department has identified the 20th confirmed case of COVID-19 in Washington County, according to a press release Sunday night. The Washington County resident is a woman … more
The Washington County Cattlemen's Association announced its scholarship recipients for 2020. Winners are typically honored at the organization's annual banquet. However, the banquet, which was … more
In the midst of a time of uncertainty and perhaps a little fear of what lies ahead over the next months, a little bit of hope shined brightly in the labor and delivery department at Memorial … more
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