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I feel really good about this fall's athletic achievements.In particular, I feel good as it pertains to how fondly Washington County kids will look back when they're sitting around, reminiscing years … more
The Cornhusker State loves its local sports heroes.That's why an Omaha attorney with Washington County ties went out and received his Athlete Agent certification from the State of Nebraska. Connor … more
Editor's Note: “A Look at Times Gone By” is an in-depth look at weekly Times Gone By entries compiled since 2015. These articles represent the history of Washington County sports.The … more
Deer permit sales available Veterans Day, 2 SaturdaysNebraska Game and Parks Commission offices will open to serve deer hunters seeking permits on three days otherwise closed in November, according … more
Athlete of the Week Grace Genoways led her Fort Calhoun volleyball team in kills and blocks this past season. The junior was nominated alongside Blair's Olivia Fitchhorn and Janessa Wakefield of … more
Two evenly-matched, playoff football teams traded leads for a half Friday at Pawnee Park's Memorial Stadium. more
The underdog Blair Bears got up early Saturday morning. more
Washington County high schools are finished with fall sports this year. The Fort Calhoun football and Blair volleyball teams lost postseason games Friday and Saturday, concluding the first sports … more
The Blair volleyball team won its three-team subdistrict tournament Tuesday, securing a district final spot for the second year in a row.It took the Bears just one match to clinch the Class B-4 … more
The Fort Calhoun volleyball team earned one last set win Monday before the end of its fall campaign.Coach Sarah Rangel said her team played its best match in the season finale, falling 3-1 to West … more
The Columbus Lakeview football team proved Columbus Scotus can be beat.Now, the Fort Calhoun Pioneers will try to replicate the Vikings' efforts during the first round of the Class C1 playoffs. Coach … more
Monday's season-ending loss during the Class C1-6 Subdistrict Tournament felt premature to the Arlington volleyball team.The Eagles were 14-7 this fall before dropping their last five matches with … more
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