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One person was injured after a pickup truck struck a camper Wednesday morning on state Highway 133. Washington County sheriff's deputies and Kennard Fire and Rescue responded to the crash at … more
As the Washington County Sheriff's Office's chief deputy and a Blair City Council member, Kevin Willis dedicates his leadership qualities to his time spent in the military. Willis served in the … more
Even after receiving news that she had one year to live after a cancer diagnosis, Kathy Brechbill fought on and made sure that wouldn't happen. November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month, and … more
A garage was destroyed by fire Monday afternoon in Blair. more
No one was injured in a two-vehicle accident Monday morning at U.S. Highway 75 and County Road 8. more
A new parochial school in Blair is in the planning stages, according to a conditional use permit (CUP) request made to the Blair Planning Commission on Tuesday night. The planning commission … more
The request for a special session by Sens. Ben Hansen of Blair and Robert Clements of Elmwood to consider legislation to prohibit employers from mandating that employees get vaccinated against coronavirus did not get enough votes to move forward. more
A bus driver shortage is affecting local schools. “People should know and understand that yes we have a shortage of drivers and there are times when we might have to cancel a route,” Blair Community Schools Director of Operations Tom Anderson said. more
Editor's note: This article is the second of a seven-part series looking at volunteer organizations around Washington County and the challenges they face with finding help. The stories will be … more
A Blair police officer and Washington County sheriff’s deputy, who deployed in February with the Nebraska National Guard, recently completed the Norwegian Foot March in Jordan. more
The Washington County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved the 2020 redistricting boundaries and adopted a resolution setting the supervisor districts Tuesday at its regular meeting. The … more
Blair business leaders got a glimpse at what the Nebraska Chamber of Commerce is working toward in 2022 during a legislative luncheon Wednesday at Memorial Community Hospital and Health System. more
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