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While the outcome of the presidential election was still undetermined Wednesday morning, Washington County voters widely supported President Donald Trump for a second term. Trump received 8,533 … 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
The Blair Community Schools Board of Education will welcome a familiar face to the board following Tuesday's election. Ginger Fredericksen returns to the board after winning as a write-in … more
Andrew Schank is ready to take on a new role as a member of the Blair City Council. Schank, a member of the Blair Planning Commission, defeated Robert Pearson 507 to 398 votes in the Ward 2 … 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
It has been a difficult year for everyone and nonprofits, many of which have had to cancel their fundraising events, are no exception. The organizers of Washington County Gives hope the fourth annual event Dec. 1 helps the organizations. more
2020 Election results Washington County Early voting President TrumpPence (R) 2,968 Biden/Harris (D)  2,455 Jorgensen/Cohen (L)  125 Write-in  25 U.S. … more
Justice center update Matt Cavanaugh, project engineer for the Weitz Company, gave an update on the justice center to the county board at its meeting Oct. 27 at the Blair Public Library and … more
An Omaha man who was found with a rifle and modified baseball bat during a traffic stop accepted a plea deal and was found guilty Tuesday in Washington County Court. Chris Kiser, 64, pleaded no … more
The annual Christmas for the Coat fundraiser was canceled this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The event, which is the Washington County Food Pantry and Joseph's Coat's largest fundraiser, … more
While Fort Calhoun School District doesn't have any plans to change its traditional snow days, the thought of utilizing e-learning in case of bad weather has been brought up even before … more
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