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Many houses will be smelling of freshly cut trees this Christmas. Santa's Woods of Blair has been in business for 34 years and saw a record opening weekend Nov. 27-29. more
Changes to traffic signals at one of the busiest intersections in Blair are expected to be made next week in an attempt to make the intersection safer for pedestrians, according to Public Works … more
Kevin Clapper's yard in Herman is decked out for Christmas, including a 22-foot tall tree he built by hand. The project is the continuation of one Clapper began 21 years ago. He built the top 10 … more
Memorial Community Hospital and Health System (MCH&HS) is among the first medical facilities to implement a new treatment for COVID-19. It's an effort to keep those patients who at high risk of … more
The Blair Volunteer Fire Department (BVFD) will have a new fire chief to start 2021. Dave Aten was elected chief Thursday by members of the department. Aten replaces Joe Leonard, who was elected … more
A petition to discourage the city of Blair from imposing a mask mandate was started and extended through Wednesday. The city council will hold a special meeting Thursday at 5 p.m. at the Blair … more
A Blair man is wanted after Blair police officers found drugs in his home during a mandatory probation search. Jason Burr, 46, is wanted for possession of a controlled substance, a Class 4 … more
Fort Calhoun Elementary School collected more than 2,000 pounds of food for the local food pantries. This year, the school competed by counting foods as points, and whichever class tallied the … more
A new proposed subdivision on the southern edge of Blair could add as many as 200 new homes to the city over the next several years. On Tuesday, the Blair Planning Commission recommended approval … more
For 60 residents of Crowell Memorial Home who have not had a haircut since March or before, Bradley Swartwood and Breanna Stamper have spent their Mondays off providing cuts and styles to the majority of the residents. more
Two more Washington County residents have died as a result of COVID-19, according to the Three Rivers Health Department. The two residents included a woman in her 70s and a man in his 80s, … more
The fourth year for a day of giving to benefit Washington County nonprofit organizations shattered totals from its previous three years and reached six figures for the first time. more
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