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The Washington County Planning Commission moved to recommend that a proposed conservation easement is in conformity with the county's Comprehensive Plan Thursday at its regular meeting. The … more
With many experiences in his pocket, Michael Jensen said joining the military was one of the best decisions he made in his life. After nearly 25 years, Jensen, a sergeant major in the U.S. Army, … more
Mid-January through mid-February is often referred to as “Honor Band Season” in the Nebraska high school band world, as the majority of the regional honor bands hosted by universities and … more
The Fort Atkinson Harold W. Andersen Visitor Center has quickly changed over the last few months. The Visitor's Center is in the process of a remodeling, which is set to finish by the spring. A … more
The local Salvation Army chapter is in need of added assistance. Bill Smutko, unit president, said the Blair chapter has already allocated most of its funds raised for the year to families in … more
The Papio-Missouri River Natural Resources District (Papio NRD) administers an annual conservation tree and shrub program. Through the program, landowners purchase trees/shurbs in bundles of 25 … more
This school year, a statewide program to fund lunches at public school brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic ended. The program first began in Sept. 2020, as students returned to school for the … more
“Nothing new.” After a month and a half, that's the latest report on an ice jam on the Missouri River that stretches from Blair to Omaha. The ice jam initially occurred before … more
For nearly 8 hours, proponents, opponents and neutral voices of the controversial “heartbeat bill” provided testimony in front of the Nebraska Health and Human Services Committee. The … more
Arlington farmer Bill Rhea is part of a diverse group of forward-thinking farmers collaborating with Scoular to identify solutions to emerging farm management challenges and to influence the … more
St. Paul's Lutheran School is hoping to bring fun to both reading and faith with a new Parent Teacher League (PTL) event. The event, titled "Read 'Til the Cows Come Home," will be held Feb. 17 … more
Arlington Elementary was filled with excitement during the kickoff to the American Heart Association's annual Kids Heart Challenge Wednesday afternoon. With the theme of Heart Heroes, the students … more
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