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The highly-anticipated splash pad, located in the Adams Street Corridor, is closer to completion. With several faucets and ground work complete, a few more elements are in the works before its … more
The Washington County Museum will be one of 70 stops for tourists as part of the Nebraska Passport Program from May 1 through Sept. 30. The museum was the only business in Washington County … more
Friends are hosting a fundraiser to help Alita Smith and her mother from 5 to 8 p.m. April 24 at Christ Lutheran Church, 750 Angels Share Dr., Blair. Smith was diagnosed with Psychogenic Nonepileptic Seizures (PNES). more
Moments before the start of the first annual Arlington Egg Adventure in Village Park, 5,000 candy-filled Easter eggs filled every nook and cranny around the park, pool, auditorium and a few across the street by the Arlington Community Church. Within moments, they were all picked up as if they never existed. more
CUPs approved A conditional use permit for Consolidated Concrete, LLC, to operate a temporary concrete batch plant near County Road P30 and U.S. Highway 75 was unanimously recommended for … more
The Fort Calhoun Library, which is run by the town's Women's Club, has been run by volunteers for many years. The library has been open since the Fort Calhoun Lions Club assisted in its … more
An Omaha woman who was found with drugs in a stolen vehicle accepted a plea deal and was found guilty March 30 in Washington County Court. Kacy Muller, 51, pleaded guilty to the amended charge … more
A Herman man was arrested after being found with marijuana during a traffic stop March 30. Deven Christensen, 24, was charged with possession of a controlled substance, a Class 4 felony; and … more
One person was injured when a grain truck rolled over Tuesday morning north of Blair. more
After a year of not seeing his family in Blair and the Omaha metro area due to COVID-19, Nathan Hunt was able to pack his bags and take his flight from Moscow, Russia, back home. Hunt has lived … more
It takes a village to vaccinate people against the coronavirus. Part of that village includes a partnership between Three Rivers Public Health Department and First Lutheran Church in Blair. more
Mackenzie Fortenberry deliberately looked over her options before choosing two geraniums — one pink and one orange — and other plants for a hanging basket that will later be sold at the … more
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