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Township agreement approved The Washington County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved the county's township agreements for fiscal year 2022-23 Tuesday at its regular meeting. The yearly … more
A rash of vehicle thefts in Blair last weekend has Blair police urging citizens to be mindful of their locks. Police Chief Joe Lager said the department received five reports of theft from a … more
Sue started on the yard 3 years ago when she moved in. Clematis was all there was, aside from a lot of river rock around her home. She had a plan and hired help to remove the rock and replace … more
The City of Blair recently agreed to apply for a significant loan on behalf of Easterseals Nebraska for its new camp on the former Dana College campus.  In June, Easterseals announced plans … more
An Omaha man is wanted for causing thousands of dollars of damage at a camp ground in Washington County in June. Rex Hill, Jr., 32, is charged with criminal mischief, a Class 4 … more
A little education and engagement during the summer can mean a lot when the new school year begins. Blair Community Schools and area organizations each summer offer a wide array of educational … more
The Blair Volunteer Fire Department and Blair Police Department responded to a fire that broke out on a residential fence and shed Thursday afternoon in the 800 block of North 12th Street. The … more
River rock approved The Fort Calhoun City Council voted to unanimously approve $2,504 in Keno funds for river rock ground cover at the north and south entrances of the city during its June 20 … more
Three osprey chicks were born atop a 65-ft. pole at the Omaha Public Power District's Fort Calhoun Station (FCS) about one month ago. The nest was set up on the tower in March 2021, though a … more
A Blair man who made threats against a federal wildlife officer accepted a plea deal and was found guilty in federal court Tuesday morning. Cody A. Cape, 23, pleaded guilty to threatening to … more
A Bennington man was arrested for damaging an OPPD power pole following a car accident. Daniel Vondollen, 39, was charged with failure to stop and render aid with no serious injury, a Class 3A … more
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