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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
An Omaha man who was found with methamphetamine and gave a false name to law enforcement during a traffic stop accepted a plea deal and was sentenced to 90 days in jail Tuesday in Washington County … more
Charles Bagby was nine years old when he was nearly hit by a car while riding his bicycle. Rather than ending up under the vehicle like his bike, Bagby found himself 15 feet away from the … more
Gov. Pete Ricketts announced Monday that Nebraska's COVID-19 state of emergency would end at 11:59 p.m. June 30. The state of emergency was declared March 13, 2020. Ricketts also announced the … more
Tucked away in a shoebox in the basement of the Washington County Museum, curator Faith Norwood found a block of wood. But this wasn't just any piece of lumber. It was historic — a piece of … more
Rich and Barb Ortmeier have seen televisions go from large consoles to flat screens, appliances change brands and even become wi-fi enabled. For 44 years, they have served and called the Blair … more
The American Red Cross continues to experience a severe blood shortage that is negatively affecting blood product availability across the country. Donors of all blood types — especially type O … more
A Blair man was arrested June 22 after making threats and being found with drugs during his arrest. Jeremy Williams, 43, was charged with terroristic threats, a Class 3A felony, and possession of … more
A Blair man who assaulted his partner was sentenced to six months in jail Tuesday in Washington County District Court. Alex Vaughn, 25, pleaded no contest to an amended count of third-degree … more
The Washington County Sheriff's Office was on lockdown Wednesday afternoon after a woman brought an envelope with white powder on it and in it into the building. Capt. Aaron Brensel said the … more
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