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A Bellevue woman who led Blair police on a high-speed chase with her 12-year-old daughter in the car was sentenced to probation Tuesday in Washington County District Court. Chandra Fader, 28, was … more
It doesn’t take much to have fun and raise money for a good cause. Nearly 200 people gathered Saturday at the Kennard Auditorium with bags of quarters and a lot of energy for the seventh annual … more
Longtime Blair Assistant City Administrator Phil Green is leaving his post for a similar position in much larger city. Green, who has served for the City of Blair for the last 15 years, is … more
Washington County sheriff's deputies will soon have a device in their patrol cars that could save lives at a moment's notice. Through donations from the Blair Area Community Foundation (BACF), CF … more
A Cargill rail line and several cars were damaged after a train derailed Monday near the U.S. Highway 75 entrance. Cargill uses rail transportation to supply ingredients and service to its … more
An industrial fabrication company has been approved for LB 840 funds to expand its business to Blair. The Blair City Council unanimously approved Jennings Plant Services for $35,065. The company, … more
The first step in the process to build a new hotel in Blair was approved Monday by the Blair City Council. The council approved $400,000 in LB 840 funds for Sai Properties V Inc. of Omaha to build … more
It is National Lutheran Schools Week and St. Paul's Lutheran School is celebrating the week with a variety of activities. Principal Larry Wooster said the theme of the week, as well as for the … more
A crane operator slowly and deliberately lifted a jail cell pod off a truck bed, turned the crane and began lowering it inside the jail area of the new Washington County Law Enforcement and Criminal … more
Two years after planning began, Omaha Public Power District's community solar array near Fort Calhoun came online in late December. The 35-acre solar array, which has more than 17,500 panels, will … more
Do you have an interest in restoring native grasses on your acreage? Perhaps you have problem with emerald ash borers and are wanting to know what species of trees would be a good fit to replace … more
City approves final payment for Betts Circle project The Fort Calhoun City Council approved the final payment of $27,472 to March Creek Concrete, Inc. of Gretna for the Betts Circle drainage … more
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