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An Omaha man who stole an SUV from a Blair residence was sentenced to prison Tuesday in Washington County District Court. Tavaun R. Cribbs, 22, was found guilty Feb. 11 of attempted theft by … more
A convicted sex offender who assaulted a 17-year-old girl and held her against her will at a Blair business was sentenced to prison Tuesday in Washington County District Court. Travis W. Vaughn, … more
A Blair woman placed on probation a year ago in three separate cases had her probation revoke and was sentenced to prison Tuesday in Washington County District Court. Darla Klanderud, 36, admitted … more
Phil Brazelton was working as a garbage man when he noticed some unusual activity on his route west of Fort Calhoun. “I kept going past this farm place that had a Happy Cab parked in front of it … more
A Nebraska City woman is wanted for passing counterfeit money at two different businesses in Blair, according to court documents. An arrest warrant was issued March 27 for Maria J. Battiato, 30. … more
On Fridays, when school is out and the weather is nice, the kids at Christi Care Daycare in Fort Calhoun walk about a block to Autumn Pointe to play trivia, bingo or complete crafts. But when … more
The Washington County Food Pantry has seen an increase in demand in the last month due to the coronavirus pandemic. To help with that demand, the Blair Area Community Foundation this week issued an … more
The evening was warm and so were the hearts of students and families as they received special visitors at a safe distance. Moods were lifted with a honk and a wave. Teachers in antique cars, signs … more
When Arlington Public Schools teachers and students found themselves needing to learn from home and apart, technology skills and directors were called to service. District Technology Director Kurt … more
Two eighth-graders from Arlington Public Schools are trying to bring some joy to the neighborhoods around the village. Olivia McClurg and Rylee Fuehrer have baked, decorated and hung Easter egg … more
Flexibility and challenges are part of Arlington's shift to eLearning. Teachers miss their students but have technology to help interact. Teacher Nicole Sok said teaching and learning from home is … more
When families opened their mail Wednesday, they found a surprise from the Arlington Elementary PTO. Each elementary student family and all teachers and administrators received a $25 gift card to … more
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