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Two fundraisers to support Fort Calhoun's TeamMates program will commence in the middle of January. The first event will be a bingo potluck fundraiser at Fort Calhoun High School on Jan. 16 from … more
Two emergency management topics were discussed Tuesday at the Washington County Board of Supervisors meeting. The board unanimously approved the emergency procedure commands presented by Emergency … more
Amid winter break, several students were able to continue learning about science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) with help from university students. Throughout the week, UNL honors … more
A Blair man who drove while revoked due to driving under the influence was sentenced to 11 months in jail and ordered to pay a $500 fine Tuesday in Washington County District Court. John Riley, … more
On Dec. 22, 2020, Three Rivers Public Health Department administered its first doses of the COVID-19 vaccination. more
A new year beginning tomorrow brings reflections of the past year. Washington County saw growth and changes, triumphs and tragedies in 2021 all while continuing to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. more
An Omaha man is wanted for possessing psilocybin (mushrooms) following a single-vehicle accident. Maung Soe, 37, is charged with possession of a controlled substance, a Class 4 … more
Blair Volunteer Fire Department, Blair Police Department and Washington County Sheriff's Office responded to a semi truck fire Thursday morning at 17th and Washington streets. Blair police Capt. … more
A high-speed chase from Burt County resulted in one person being injured after an accident Thursday in the roundabout at state Highway 133 and U.S. 30. more
Editor's note: This article is the sixth of a seven-part series looking at volunteer organizations around Washington County and the challenges they face with finding help. The stories will be … more
An Iowa man was arrested on multiple charges during a traffic stop in Blair. Tyler Moss, 24, of Manchester, was charged with possession of a controlled substance, possession of burglar's tool and … more
After a year of isolation and cancellations in 2020, live events with spectators returned to Washington County in 2021. more
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