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The Washington County Justice Center is ready for the upcoming ribbon cutting and tours Thursday and Saturday. The ribbon cutting will begin at 3:30 p.m., and the open house event Saturday will be … more
The Fort Calhoun Enhancement Committee was established to promote the community and make it an attractive place for people to live and visit. The committee consists of chairman Judy Boyd, Beth … more
An Omaha man who drove while intoxicated in late December accepted a plea deal and was found guilty June 29 in Washington County District Court. Kevin Kresl, 32, pleaded no contest to driving … more
An Omaha woman who drove while intoxicated accepted a plea deal and was found guilty in June 29 in Washington County District Court. Breanna Seggerman, 29, pleaded no contest to driving under the … more
A Fort Calhoun man who was found with methamphetamine in his home accepted a plea deal and was found guilty June 29 in Washington County Court. David Poncelow, 70, pleaded no contest to criminal … more
Installation of the new slides at the Blair Municipal Pool have begun. The purchase of the double flume slides were approved by the Blair City Council at its March 9 meeting. They were purchased … more
The newly renovated industrial arts technology center at Blair High School is expected to have plenty of students in its classrooms when it officially opens this fall. Nearly 300 students are … more
Lions Park had gone to the dogs Wednesday night in an effort to raise awareness of area nonprofits that aid canines and help a local Girl Scout troop earn its Bronze Award. Paws in the Park was … more
An Elkhorn man was arrested after being found with a large amount of marijuana during a traffic stop on June 24. Nikhil Gadgil, 20, was charged with two counts of possession of a controlled … more
An Omaha man who injured a driver during a road rage incident was sentenced 18 to 60 months in prison Tuesday in Washington County District Court. Drew Johnson, 21, pleaded no contest to first … more
As one approached Black Elk-Neihardt Park on Saturday, it looked like people were trying to contact outer space with several antennae placed strategically throughout the park. They weren’t … more
A new, yet familiar face will be greeting teachers and students at St. Paul's Lutheran School this fall. Patrick Dunklau is very familiar with St. Paul's as he was confirmed and married at the … more
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