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The Washington County Sheriff's Office and Blair Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department responded to a single-vehicle accident near county roads 26 and 29 Wednesday afternoon. Two males and one … more
Angels Share president Ed Shada had never met Frank Krejci before he saw Krejci's advertisement for land available on the former Dana College Campus in 2017. Krejci, a prolific Omaha developer, … more
A cool, breezy morning last Friday and new field turf at Krantz Field made it hard to not think about football season. Installation of Krantz's new turf began on July 29. Crews unrolled strips of … more
When the Granite and Marble Interiors Rodeo action heats up Saturday and Sunday at the fair, one honoree will be in the middle of it. Three candidates ventured to the Washington County Fairgrounds … more
Shortly after being hired as the new executive director of Carter Place Assisted Living, Stephanie Clifton made it her goal to become integrated into the community. Since 1992, Clifton has worked … more
The City of Blair logo will receive a facelift. The Blair City Council approved changes to the city's logo at its July 26 meeting. The adjustments include nods to the city's history and the … more
Sometimes it pays to be in the right place at the right time.  For Eric Smith, it resulted in two drone photos that will be displayed in the ProRodeo Hall of Fame in Colorado Springs, Co.  more
Work began last week to relocate a natural gas line to accommodate the construction of the Blair South Bypass project. Black Hills Energy said the company will relocate one mile of natural gas … more
Washington County Extension, Washington County Fair and 4-H representatives teamed up Sunday to clean up the fairgrounds ahead of the Washington County Fair, which begins Friday.  more
Upgrades and improvements are planned for the Veterans Tribute Plaza in Blair and the committee is looking for new members to help make them a reality. Carl Lorenzen, Veterans Tribute Plaza … more
The Blair Volunteer Fire Department opened the hydrants when temps neared 100 degrees last week. Children were invited to splash around and were treated to ice cream and popsicles afterwards.  more
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