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Chad Nixon was elected as the fire chief for the Fort Calhoun Volunteer Fire Department. Formerly a paramedic and chief of Emergency Medical Service, Nixon will begin his term in January. This … more
The Blair Police Department has experienced a downward slope of offenses this year. The department presents the stats monthly to the Blair City Council, and since March, the charges have … more
Justice Center update Jared Schleifer of Weitz Construction provided an update to the Justice Center on Dec. 8 at the Washington County Board of Supervisors meeting. In the east wing, the … more
At a time when many families struggle to put food on the table and find Christmas cheer, the Washington County Food Pantry and Joseph's Coat steps in with assistance. more
Washington County's risk dial increased from 3.14 to 3.29. The risk dial for the Three Rivers Public Health Department jurisdiction of Dodge, Washington and Saunders counties jumped from 3.14 to 3.43. more
Gateway Development Corporation is seeking input on two surveys — a countywide housing survey and workforce housing needs survey. Click the links below to participate. County-Wide Citizen … more
Blair police were patrolling near Deerfield Elementary Thursday after a man was spotted walking his dog on Deerfield Lions Trail near Deerfield Apartments while carrying a gun. Police were … more
A Fremont man was arrested on multiple charges after fleeing from a Washington County deputy. Nathan Sandness, 39, was charged with criminal impersonation, a Class 3 felony; resisting arrest, a … more
The Blair Public Library and Technology Center has earned national recognition as a four star facility from the LJ Index of Public Library Service. The ratings are based on 2018 data, including … more
An Omaha man who failed to notify law enforcement of his move due to his sex offender status accepted a plea deal and was sentenced 90 days in jail Tuesday in Washington County District … more
The Blair City Council unanimously approved a preliminary plat for a new proposed subdivision on the southern edge of Blair that could add as many as 200 homes to the city over the next several … more
After the Planning Department was closed last week due to an employee testing positive for COVID-19, the Washington County Emergency Management team presented an infectious disease protocol for the … more
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