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Dear editor, It doesn't surprise me that another truck of corn overturned in Blair. You can tell by the pictures he was in fact going too fast, had to go up on the curb, which is how his load … more
Dear editor, A huge thank you to Supt. Randy Gilson and the Blair school board for opposing the proposed health education standards set out by the state department of education. I have cut out the … more
On paper, it sounds like an acceptable proposal. Earlier this month, a Blair resident requested the City of Blair consider the use of golf carts within city limits. The request was referred to the … more
Twenty-five years after the Looney Tunes and Michael Jordan teamed up to take on the Monstars in “Space Jam,” it’s LeBron James’ turn to lace up his sneakers in “Space … more
The peanut — aka goober or groundnut — is a plant in the pea family and was originally native to South America. It is now widely grown throughout the tropic and subtropic areas of the … more
School districts across the state are awaiting revisions of the Nebraska Department of Education's proposed health education standards that have faced controversy since they were first released in … more
While superheroes flying solo in their own films are a rare feat these days, the highly-anticipated and long-planned “Black Widow” film has finally arrived, with only one Avenger … more
It was a momentous occasion for Washington County as officials hosted a ribbon cutting Thursday to mark the completion of the new justice center. The $24.5 million facility includes a 120-bed … more
In 1851, a young Charles Darwin (1809-1882) set out on a voyage that would eventually change forever the way humankind viewed the world. He was 22 years old, recently graduated from the University of … more
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