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Mormon missionaries Elder Jarron LeSueur and Elder Joshua Hubbs are in the Blair area and want to be of service to the community. more
The Fort Calhoun cheer team brought some Thanksgiving cheer to the community. On Thursday morning, the 14 cheer team members lined up at Fort Calhoun Jr/Sr High School to hand out holiday Village … more
Fort Calhoun officially got into the Christmas spirit with its second lighted parade Saturday evening. The event normally ends with a tree lighting at the West Market Square Park's gazebo, which … more
Jason Ross, who grew up in Blair and has family here, found out on Labor Day that his and his family's tree was chosen for the honor of being the tree for Durham Museum's Christmas at Union Station. more
When Shirley Baker started her job at Washington County Bank in Blair as a recent high school graduate at 17, there was no such thing as a debit card. Baker retires Dec. 4 after 47 years with the bank. more
This year’s Thanksgiving looked different for many people. Yet, the struggle to feed families may have been the same.  A family of six and another family chosen by First Lutheran Church received full Thanksgiving meals thanks to the coordination of donations by Eric Smith of Blair.  more
As the number of COVID-19 cases in Washington County continue to rise, Blair Community Schools Supt. Randy Gilson is keeping an eye on the data and what it means for keeping students in the … more
Solar energy will be expanded in Washington County with the installation of two solar farms. The project was approved unanimously Oct. 27 meeting of the Washington County Board of … more
Welland “Doc” Bates spent more than 45 years of his life working at the Blair Municipal Airport as a field manager — a role he held until his death on June 16, 2018, at age … more
When the decision was made to pave Blair's streets in 1920, the city council was left with a dilemma — should they use bricks or concrete? Ultimately, the city's early leaders chose bricks, … more
Farmers contended with a dry summer this year, but did better than expected at harvest, according to Matt Mathiesen, company manager of Mathiesen Grain. more
Fort Atkinson State Historical Park received funds to help with revitalizing and updating the visitor center and fort wall. The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust was awarded to the … more
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