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As we finish up the month of April and soon shift to May, floor debate over important issues have consumed our state Legislature. At the moment, we are focusing on state budget issues and personal … more
A few days before the official announcement was made, Otte Blair Middle School Principal Chris Stogdill received an email. It contained news he couldn't wait to tell science teacher Scott … more
The vernal equinox is an astronomical event which marks the first day of spring, the day in which daylight and darkness are of equal length. Springtime, on the other hand, is a state of mind. Last … more
Is there really an activity that can help with quick decision making, confidence building and relate back to the livestock industry? Yes! Livestock judging allows youth to gain life skills such … more
High on the list of the most famous and legendary scientists of past history is the name Galileo, who was a great astronomer and physicist. Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) was born in Pisa, Italy. His … more
The City of Blair and Blair Community Schools plan to form a joint study committee to discuss the use of the Gardner-Hawks Center, Borup Coliseum and the football stadium on the former Dana College … more
As the country moves closer to herd immunity, the new debate is whether vaccine passports should be mandated. There is a lot of pushback from many, and a recent Enterprise online survey shows that … more
High blood pressure has often been called the silent killer, and for good reason. Unlike many other dangerous diseases, elevated blood pressure levels rarely create serious symptoms. more
4-H members pledge their “hands to larger service” each time they say the 4-H pledge. One way Nebraska 4-H focuses on this portion of the pledge is with their program priority of community development. T more
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