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Like so many other events this year, one more will not be taking place — the Sugarplum Festival, which was set for Nov. 19. The festival, which has drawn an average of 2,00 to 3,000 people over … more
The Fort Calhoun City Council met Aug. 17.  During the meeting, Dan Kougias, Fort Calhoun maintenance technician and water operator, was appointed as code enforcement officer. The job requires … more
A Fremont woman was arrested Aug. 15 following a traffic stop in Blair after a deputy found methamphetamine in her purse. Rose M. Foster, 49, is charged with possession of a controlled substance, … more
A Falls City man who burglarized several Blair storage units accepted a plea agreement and was sentenced to prison Aug. 18 in Washington County District Court. Allen W. Chesson, 53, pleaded guilty … more
Clad in masks and sporting new backpacks, students at Fort Calhoun Elementary kept their distance while returning for the first day of classes Thursday. The school utilized six different entrances … more
An Iowa man was arrested after he admitted to stealing a car that was found in Blair, according to court records. Noah S. Kittle, 19, of Council Bluffs is charged with theft by unlawful … more
Drum major Morgan Thompson blew the whistle as the Blair High School 11-12 band stepped in time to the beat during rehearsal Friday on the practice field just south of the school. “Left … left … more
Nichole Niebur Computer science Hometown: Omaha Residence: Omaha Education: I'm a degree collector! I have a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Bellevue University, a … more
The Washington County Board of Supervisors will begin holding its meetings at the Blair Public Library and Technology Center in September. The move will allow for more social distancing, which is … more
Following a record number for absentee ballots and total voter turnout for the primary election in May, Washington County could again see near record numbers this fall. This spring, as many voters … more
It was a return to "normal" at St. Paul's Lutheran Church and School on Wednesday as students arrived — some with masks — and were greeted by the school mascot, staff and a quick temperature … more
Board discusses ordinance for private pools As the summer winds down, the Arlington Village Board of Trustees continued to discuss pool ordinances. Board member Travis Kraemer said he and board … more
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