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Succession policy approved The Blair Community Schools (BCS) Board of Education approved on first notification a change to the policy regarding succession of authority to the … more
Construction on the Blair South Bypass could begin late next year following the relocation of a high-pressure gas line from U.S. Highway 30 to U.S. Highway 75. “Unfortunately, we have to … more
A year hiatus due to the pandemic, Christmas for the Coat — the annual fundraiser for the Washington County Food Pantry — will return, albeit in a different format. “After giving … more
It was an illustration of how the service and sacrifice of veterans have touched our lives. During a Veterans Day ceremony Thursday at Blair High School, Activities Director Dan Hutsell asked … more
The Blair City Council unanimously approved an ordinance adjusting and establishing the voting wards within the city during its regular meeting Nov. 9. Council member Kevin Willis was … more
Technology update The Fort Calhoun Community Schools Board of Education received an update on the district's technology plan Nov. 8 at its regular meeting. Paul Wilson, director of technology, … more
One man was injured on Hoyer Farms property and hospitalized Sunday afternoon. Trent Bourgeois, 19, an employee at Hoyer Farms, was harvesting on a cornfield at 13251 County Road 25 when he cut … more
A new bakery in Fort Calhoun has seen plenty of new customers since its soft opening at the end of October. Martinez Bakery sells several different Mexican baked goods and pastries, all of which … more
After raising more than $100,000 for area nonprofits in 2020 for the first time, Washington County Gives hopes to break that record once again. The event is hosted by the Blair Area Community … more
An Omaha man who drove while intoxicated and ran from law enforcement in Kennard was sentenced to 30 days in jail and two years probation Tuesday in Washington County District Court. Grant Kerby, … more
The Washington County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved to authorize Lutz accounting firm to provide guidance on premium pay implementation to not exceed $10,000 from American Rescue Plan Act … more
An Omaha man who fled from law enforcement and was in possession of methamphetamine accepted a plea deal and was sentenced to six months in jail. Paul Wright, 45, pleaded guilty to operating a … more
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