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The City of Blair recently agreed to apply for a significant loan on behalf of Easterseals Nebraska for its new camp on the former Dana College campus.  In June, Easterseals announced plans … more
A little education and engagement during the summer can mean a lot when the new school year begins. Blair Community Schools and area organizations each summer offer a wide array of educational … more
The Blair Volunteer Fire Department and Blair Police Department responded to a fire that broke out on a residential fence and shed Thursday afternoon in the 800 block of North 12th Street. The … more
A Blair man who made threats against a federal wildlife officer accepted a plea deal and was found guilty in federal court Tuesday morning. Cody A. Cape, 23, pleaded guilty to threatening to … more
One man's curiosity about obtaining his family history has opened many doors and uncovered many stories about his ancestors. Ira Nathan, a Scottsbluff native, spoke to a group Thursday evening at … more
This weekend, hundreds flocked to brightly colored tents throughout Blair with the hopes of finding explosive deals. June 24 marked the first day of legal firework sales and discharges in the … more
Blair Celebrations is ready to wow with its annual Fourth of July fireworks display. Connie Green, an organizer for Blair Celebrations, said the show will once again be held on July 4 at … more
The Washington County Food Pantry at Joseph's Coat received a major boost to help a growing number of families in need. From June 23 to 25, the food pantry held a special Pack the Pantry event, … more
The Depot at Lion's Park on Sunday hosted  three bluegrass bands and a youth fiddle contest.  People packed the park to take in the sights and sounds of the  afternoon.  more
First Baptist Church has slightly more work ahead in order to repair the main part of the building. The church was damaged following a fire caused by a lightning strike May 17. The smokestack atop … more
Following a lengthy discussion at last week's Washington County Board of Supervisors meeting, the Blair Airport Authority welcomed additional comments and questions regarding a future runway … more
Things got wild at the library Tuesday. Will Abler of Real Reptiles brought everything from frogs to albino boa constrictors to a large group of kids at the Blair Public Library and Technology Center. more
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