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Otte Middle School drama students became superheroes during their performance of "Superheroes: With Great Power Comes Ordinary Responsibility." The play was performed Feb. 27 and 28. "It was … more
Six ladies have taken their knitting and crocheting skills and brought them to the Washington County 4-H Extension Office every Tuesday. Every Tuesday, the knitting and crocheting group gather all … more
The City of Blair will be working with residents of the community, schools, day cares, etc., to make sure the city’s public water is system follows all Federal and State … more
An Omaha man was arrested after being found with THC in his vehicle during a traffic stop. Brodi Berscheid-Thompson, 22, is charged with possession of a controlled substance, a Class 4 … more
An Arlington man was arrested for driving while intoxicated on U.S. Highway 30. Shaun Williams, 37, is charged with driving under the influence with three prior convictions, a Class 2A … more
The Washington County Roads Committee held its One- and Six-Year Road Plan meeting Feb. 28 at the Washington County Courthouse, where members of the public and supervisors discussed the potential … more
Three Fort Calhoun High School band members came home with medals from the Elkhorn Band Olympics, which is an all-class solo and ensemble contest for ninth and 10th graders and has been one of the … more
Now is a great time to consider adding wildlife habitat or pollinator planting to your land this spring. The Papio-Missouri River NRD (Papio NRD) administers a program to assist landowners who … more
District III Career Development Event (CDE) No.1 was held on Tuesday, Feb. 21 in Fremont. Twenty-seven Arlington FFA members participated in four different events: agronomy, vet science, poultry … more
Arlington native Kailynn Gubbels, a sophomore in the College of Human Science at Iowa State University, ranked among the top 2% of students in her college. more
Guests enjoyed a lunch while also learning about the newest developments and events planned for the Washington County chapter of Habitat for Humanity of Omaha during a Lunch and Learn event at the … more
Erika Roehrs of Fort Calhoun was named to the dean's list at Drake University. To be eligible for the dean's list, students must have earned a GPA of 3.5 or higher during the fall 2022 semester. more
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