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The DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge will host a monarch tagging event on Sept. 11. The program begins at 10 a.m. with a short program on monarchs before going out on the refuge to catch and tag … more
Herman Days in the park are back Sept. 10-12.  more
An Omaha woman who drove while intoxicated was sentenced to seven months in jail, one year of probation and a 15-year license revocation. Breanna Seggerman, 29, pleaded guilty to driving under the … more
A two-year-old case concluded Friday after a jury found a Blair man guilty of five criminal child abuse charges. Davante Van Loon, 26, was found guilty of three counts of intentional child abuse … more
Fort Calhoun Community Schools Board of Education hosted its budget workshop Aug. 23. David Genoways, the district's business manager, presented the proposed budget to the board. On the revenue … more
Justice Center update The Washington County Board of Supervisors was provided an update for the Justice Center on Aug. 24 at its regular meeting. Supervisor Lisa Kramer said there are a few … more
An alternative school is in the works to accommodate students in Fort Calhoun and Washington County. Acton Academy schools were created for students in elementary through high school to take … more
An Iowa woman who was arrested for driving while revoked was found with methamphetamine following a traffic stop Aug. 23. Andrea K. Evans, 27, of Missouri Valley is charged with possession of a … more
Mini storage ordinance fails on third reading An ordinance to amend zoning regulations to add mini storage units as an excepted use in properties zoned office park district failed 3-5 on third … more
The Blair Community Schools Board of Education approved a budget proposal for the 2021-22 school year during a special meeting Thursday at the Blair Public Library and Technology Center. The … more
An Iowa man is wanted after giving his brother's name to a Washington County sheriff's deputy during a traffic stop for speeding. Christopher L. McDaniel, 32, of Pacific Junction is charged with … more
Three Rivers Public Health Department (3RPHD) along with local community partners are coming together to empower youth and families in Washington County using a process called Communities that Care … more
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