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Following a dip amid the COVID-19 pandemic, ACT scores at Blair High School are ticking back up. Blair Supt. Dr. Randy Gilson said BHS students collectively increased scores in math and science by … more
After 25 years of service in the Washington County Assessor's Office, Robin Andreasen will assume the role of Assessor. Andreasen was elected in the Nov. 8 election after long-time Assessor Steve … more
Lindsay and Jason Prieksat have the same reason for why they both joined the military: patriotism. The couple, who live in Fort Calhoun, are members of the Nebraska Army National Guard, and take … more
The Washington County Board of Supervisors approved the Sheriff's Office to sign a contract with the U.S. Marshals in order to house federal prisoners at the Washington County Jail Tuesday during the … more
An Omaha man who was found with drugs in his vehicle during a search at Boyer Chute National Wildlife Refuge was sentenced to 18 month probation Tuesday in Washington County District … more
A Craig woman who was found with drugs in her vehicle during a traffic stop was sentenced to 18 months of probation Tuesday in Washington County District Court. Ashley Helzer, 38, pleaded no … more
A Loreauville, La., man was arrested after fleeing from police and being found with weapons and drugs during a chase in Washington County on Nov. 6. Jeremy Perez, 29, is charged with possession of … more
A Logan, Iowa, man was arrested after being found with drugs in his vehicle during a traffic stop in Blair. Rodney Smiley, 61, is charged with possession of a controlled substance, a Class 4 … more
Registered voters in Washington County showed up in high numbers to the polls during the midterm general election. Voter turnout was at 59%, a little less than the 64.3% during the 2018 midterm … more
A Rapid City, S.D., man accepted a plea deal and was found guilty Tuesday in Washington County District Court. Eric Jenkins, 36, pleaded no contest to attempted failure to comply with the Nebraska … more
Though a few days early, Arlington Public Schools gathered in the high school gymnasium Wednesday morning to honor the veterans in the community and to teach students about Veterans Day. The … more
On Oct. 31, students and staff at Otte Middle School held a “Black Out Hunger Event” to help raise more than $1,000 for the Washington County Food Pantry. Student Senate sponsor, Kristi … more
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