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A Blair man was arrested Dec. 25 after he threatened a planned attack against a federal wildlife officer. Cody Cape, 22, is charged with false imprisonment in the first degree, a Class 3A felony; … more
Two more Washington County residents have died as a result of COVID-19, the Three Rivers Public Health Department reported Monday. The two residents were both men in their 60s. The total number … more
What a year it's been. And while 2020 is a year some would rather forget, there was plenty that happened besides the coronavirus pandemic. In this edition of the Pilot-Tribune, we take a look … more
Fort Calhoun Elementary will double its preschool program beginning next fall. The second pre-K classroom is undergoing construction in the old gym, and will be available for registration … more
Jett Hamlin should have made visits home in April and this past summer. But the 2019 Blair High School graduate, who joined the U.S. Army in February, was left waiting for nearly 10 months due to the coronavirus pandemic. The wait turned into a Christmas homecoming. more
A Bellevue man accused of driving drunk and causing an accident that killed an Arkansas man in October turned himself in Wednesday. Christopher Gorham, 37, was charged with motor vehicle homicide … more
The Washington County Sheriff's Office is remembering their brothers and sisters in blue this holiday season. In the lobby of the new sheriff's office building stands a Christmas tree with more … more
The bells started ringing a week earlier than previous years for the Washington County Salvation Army's Red Kettle Campaign, but the donations are lower than the goal set at $20,000. more
The Moderna COVID-19 vaccine made its way to Washington County on Monday and the first vaccines were distributed at Memorial Community Hospital and Health System (MCH&HS) on Tuesday morning. more
There's a friendly, four-legged face roaming the hallways at Blair High School. Ted, a 2-year-old goldendoodle, joined the staff at BHS as part of the school's new therapy dog … more
The music plays on. Despite not having their traditional concerts due to the coronavirus pandemic, Blair Community Schools music teachers wanted to showcase their students' talents and provide … more
Arbor Park Intermediate School continued the annual sing-along on the last day of school before semester break, which was last Friday, but with a few new wrinkles. Due to COVID-19, the event was held … more
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