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New routes have been declared unlawful for truck travel within the City of Blair The Blair City Council updated its Municipal Code to add city streets that are unlawful for semi truck travel. They … more
On Oct.12, 31 FFA members braved the chilly weather in Tilden at the Area Land Evaluation contest. Students evaluated 4 fields for usage capability and recommended land treatments. The Lower Elkhorn … more
On Oct. 2, Team Diabetic Rainbow Cows walked 2 miles for JDRF OneWalk at Mahoney State Park.  This year the team, led by Jamey Rhea, a type 1 diabetic, raised more than $8,550. … more
Children can draw inspiration for their future careers from many places. Cargill facility manager Lt. Col. Traci Earls recalls being stricken, in particular, by a cartoon at a young age. “I … more
On Friday, Oct. 28, Father John Schaefer was awarded with the Bishop’s Cross at the Episcopal Diocese of Nebraska’s Annual Council. “It was such a shock and surprise to me … more
After two years of cancellations, the Fort Atkinson Candlelight Tour commenced during a cool, autumn Saturday night. Groups of 16 followed their docent around the different areas of the fort, … more
The Girl Scout Troop 50527 were able to experience different cultures from around the world right in Blair Saturday afternoon. Celebrating International Education Week in celebration of the Girl … more
Blair native Kassi Kinney decided she wanted to change her life four years ago and began her fitness journey. After years of hard work, Kinney decided to challenge herself further and compete in … more
An Omaha man who fled from law enforcement with minor children in his car accepted a plea deal and was found guilty Nov. 1 in Washington County District Court. Kevin Gutierrez, 26, pleaded no … more
An Iowa man involved in a three-person arrest involving drugs and firearms at a Blair gas station accepted a plea deal, was found guilty and sentenced to 60 days in jail Nov. 1 in Washington County … more
An Omaha man was arrested for having marijuana in his vehicle at Boyer Chute National Wildlife Refuge. Bebak Tamang, 18, is charged with possession of a controlled substance, a Class 4 … more
After a 35-minute piano performance in front of a judge panel, Blair native Maverick Harrold felt like a winner. His performance was part of the Nebraska state division of the Music Teachers … more
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