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A Manchester, Iowa, man who used another individual's identity and had drugs in his car during a traffic stop accepted a plea deal, was found guilty and was sentenced to two concurrent 270-day jail … more
A tour through a butcher shop and a lesson in catapult construction sound like different worlds but for a weeklong camp at Barreras Family Farm, the combination makes total sense. Beginning on … more
On Tuesday, the Blair City Council formally approved the replat of two lots on the former Dana College Campus. The lots have been targeted by Easterseals Nebraska for its respite camp for … more
A significant increase in traffic at the Washington County Food Pantry at Joseph's Coat has led to a special food drive. On June 23, 24 and 25, the food pantry will host Pack the Pantry. It will … more
Plans for the Blair Water Treatment Plant expansion project have been sent out for bids. Estimated by engineers at $44.8 million, the project will expand the water treatment plant's per day … more
New superintendent's contract approved The Blair Community Schools Board of Education approved a new, two year contract for Supt. Dr. Randy Gilson at its June 13 regular meeting. Gilson … more
As near record-high temperatures turn up the heat, outdoor workers look to keep cool while completing their duties. On June 13, the National Weather Service in Valley recorded temperatures of 101 … more
A personal art piece has earned Brooke Johnsen several accolades. Johnsen, a junior at Fort Calhoun High School, created her painting, "Remembering Our Love," to celebrate the life of her … more
An Omaha man was arrested for several offenses on Wednesday. Manuel Holguin, 30, is charged with two counts of assault on an officer, a Class 3A felony; resisting arrest, a Class 1 misdemeanor; … more
The Washington County Sheriff's Office completed its run of Click it or Ticket and observed many traffic violations. A grant from the Nebraska Department of Transportation allowed the sheriff's … more
Fort Calhoun students took a unique form of summer school last week. On June 7, junior high and high school students gathered at Fort Calhoun High School for the Stop the Bleed program. Stop the … more
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