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A new exhibit at the Washington County Museum honors area medical professionals who cared for people during some of history's most tumultuous times. The museum on Jan. 5 unveiled its Healthcare through Time exhibit, which displays uniforms, equipment and tools used by nurses and doctors locally and in the military during the early 20th century, including World War I and World War II. more
A winter storm in Washington County and surrounding areas Dec. 31 brought 1.3 inches to the Blair area. Icy roads Dec. 30 led to some accidents in the area, as well. 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
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
After a year of isolation and cancellations in 2020, live events with spectators returned to Washington County in 2021. more
The young children of Blair police officer Tom Byrne attended the Stangl and Kopsa Christmas concert Dec. 22 at Abiding Faith Baptist Church in Fort Calhoun with members of their family. Soon, they were reunited with their father. more
For more than 10 years, several members of the Fort Calhoun Presbyterian Church have showed support to the community stitch by stitch. Prayer shawls are handmade by members and given to those who … more
Seven families were given necessary supplies for the 12 Days of Christmas from Christ the Lutheran Church following a $1,500 donation during Washington County Gives. Every year, the church … more
Christmas came to the former campus of Dana for two weekends at the Christ Lutheran Church. more
National Weather Service Lead Meteorologist Becky Kern simply summed up the unusual weather events of Dec. 15. “It was a weird, bizarre day,” she said. more
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