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After six months, Mike Rooks has officially returned as Gateway Developer's executive director, where he will undoubtedly continue to lead Washington County down a path of positive, needed … more
This month is home to several important awareness holidays, which we have seen celebrated throughout the county. October raises awareness to several different causes: breast cancer, bullying, … more
As a news organization, we pride ourselves in writing quality, unbiased and truthful stories to share with the public we serve. During National Newspaper Week, it is even more imperative that we … more
The annual Memorial Community Hospital and Health System (MCH) Auxiliary Rummage Sale is held to bring discounted items to the Washington County area while also helping out area students. The … more
Anyone who’s ever had a new next door neighbor move in, knows there’s always a little anxiety involved. Will they be a good neighbor or a troublemaker? Will they be your new best friends … more
The Fort Calhoun City Council recently approved at its Aug. 25 meeting to conduct a citywide speed study, which will focus on monitoring speeds along its busiest roads — Clay Street and U.S. … more
The newly-formed Arlington High School (AHS) FFA Alumni and Supporters Organization was kicked off Monday evening with its first meeting.  During the meeting, many community members … more
Picture a scene of police bursting through the door of a local newspaper office, and then they proceed to search the place and confiscate computers, hard drives and cell phones of reporters. … more
A recent public notice in the Pilot-Tribune newspaper last week revealed the salaries of everyone on the city of Blair payroll. It was an interesting read, revealing the city administrator as the top … more
The first night of the Washington County Fair this year was dampened by a quick, yet heavy, rainstorm, but despite this, the annual activities continued on. A few more showers throughout the … more
This Tuesday, the Fremont Area United Way held its 13th annual Hats Off To Literacy fundraiser at the Rybin Building at the Washington County Fairgrounds in order to support Imagination Library, … more
I n one of the rare instances where sports news bleeds into, well, “news” news, a scandal within familiar Big Ten rival Northwestern's football program was reported by the Daily … more
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