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Coltin Bebensee, a decade-long law enforcement officer, was promoted to patrol sergeant by Sheriff Mike Robinson Friday afternoon in front of colleagues and family members. Bebensee worked for … more
The Arlington High School class of 2023 threw their caps in the air and cheered on as they finished their commencement ceremony Sunday afternoon in the Main Gym. The 53 senior Eagles received … more
Joann Burris, 79 of Arlington, passed away Friday May 19, 2023, at the Good Shephard Community in Blair. She was born Nov. 2, 1943, in Spencerville, Okla., to Jack and Virginia (Gunter) Holland. … more
Engineering firm approved for resolution During its regular meeting May 16, the Blair Airport Authority adopted resolution 2023-4, approving an engineering agreement for Olsson & Associates … more
The Blair High School boys finished fifth May 2 during the Eastern Midlands Conference meet. Sixteen days later, Ethan Baessler and Nolan Slominski combined for three gold medals and a couple … more
Eight Arlington Eagles faced stiff opposition, but left the NSAA State Track & Field Championships with a pair of medals Thursday evening. Sophomore Hailey O'Daniel earned fifth in the … more
Coach David Christensen's Blair High School tennis team combined to go 2-4 in Class B state tournament matches Thursday at Woods Tennis Center. Alexandra Nilges and Abi Lundberg won a match apiece in … more
Ely Olberding, Kaylee Taylor and Michael Maxon closed out the Fort Calhoun track and field season last May 17 and Thursday during the NSAA Class B State Championships in Omaha. To start state week, … more
WEDNESDAY (By order of event) Girls pole vault: 3, Greta Galbraith, Blair, 11 feet. Girls discus: 10, Taylor Arp, Arlington, 117-1. 15, Cadie Robinson, A, 108-9. Boys high jump: 14, Chase Cottle, B, … more
Washington County's American Legion baseball season started with two games in Fort Calhoun last week. The Zig Drywall Post 348 Juniors won back-to-back games Wednesday and Thursday. First, the … 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
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