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A Blair man who was found with drugs during a traffic stop at DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge was sentenced to six months in the Washington County Jail and one year of post-release supervision April 19 in Washington County District Court.  more
Washington County is seeing 100% abnormally dry conditions throughout the area, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor. Those conditions are having impacts on crop planting, as well. more
With dry conditions throughout the area, several brush fires have happened, bringing out the volunteer fire departments.  more
Blair FFA Members attended the Nebraska State FFA Convention April 6-8, which was held in downtown Lincoln, Pinnacle Bank Arena, and University Nebraska-Lincoln's East Campus. This was the first … more
The music of Abba will come to life when the Blair High School drama department performs its spring musical, “Mamma Mia!” The musical combines a humorous and empowering story between a … more
A trial was set for an Omaha man who was arrested and charged for threatening an individual with a gun and stealing a firearm in Lakeland and was also additionally charged with possession of cocaine April 19 in Washington County District Court. more
The Blair Municipal Airport will soon have a new name.  The Blair Airport Authority voted to change the airport's name from “Blair Municipal Airport” to "Blair Executive Airport" … more
A new store in downtown Blair aims to educate about the many benefits of CBD and other wellness products. From Earth, located in the former Blair Pawn Shop, will soon open and its operators hope … more
Blair Ag has announced a multi-phase project to improve infrastructure and possibly river port service to the back of its property. Representatives of the commodity distributor recently presented … more
Motor grader financing approved The Washington County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved for U.S. Bank to finance a new John Deer 772GP motor grader 6WD April 12 at its regular … more
Josh Nelson, Washington County Weed Supt., provided a few updates to the Washington County Board of Supervisors at its regular meeting April 12. Nelson first discussed the interlocal agreement for … more
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