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The COVID-19 outbreak was due to SARS-CoV-2, a coronavirus that first appeared in Wuhan, China, in December 2019. There are many different kinds of coronaviruses that can infect humans. Some of … more
Summer can be a lot of fun and spending time outside is just one piece of it. Since many people will be outside, you should be aware of how to stay safe from sunburns, heat stroke and dehydration. … more
The countdown to the Washington County Fair has officially begun, and the days are going fast. Families are building projects, working with animals or maybe perfecting grandma’s chocolate chip … more
The Blair Community Schools Board of Education has been exploring options for a new soccer field for the past couple of months. However, the issue of facilities for Blair High School soccer has … more
I, like so many others, have been searching for a home to call my own. I'm lucky to have an apartment and no strict deadline to find a place. Not having a deadline is helpful since the search has been challenging at times.  more
As I peck away at my column I'm sipping coffee from one of my favorite mugs imprinted with the message, " let the adventure begin." I like the size, shape and feel of the mug and the reminder that … more
You might think of summertime when youth are out of school as many days at the pool, nights at the ballpark and too many ice cream cones to count. Yes, these are all sure signs that summer has … more
Llamas belong to the camel family (camelids) and are a domesticated animal native to the Andes Mountain range. They are closely related to the alpaca, guanaco and vicuna. The llama has been used … more
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