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It's in the most initial of phases, but the Fort Calhoun Community Schools (FCCS) School Board has begun the search for the district's next superintendent.

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The yellow-tinted glow of the Fort Calhoun High School gym's overhead lights went out on Monday in preparation for the red, white and blue beams of flashlights.

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The Fort Calhoun Community Schools (FCCS) School Board voted to accept the resignation of Supt. Don Johnson during its regular meeting Monday.

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As the Fort Calhoun City Council considered their one- and six-year street plan, council member Lori Lammers questioned which streets are priorities, while one local resident questioned why a project remains on the plan at all.

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A private group of Fort Calhoun residents have raised nearly a quarter of the funds needed to help construct a splash pad in a park planned for the Adams Street Corridor.

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Fort Calhoun Community Schools (FCCS) has spent a lot of time the past several weeks focused on student safety and security, Supt. Don Johnson said during an FCCS School Board meeting Oct. 14.

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While many Halloween events from Camp Fontanelle to Arlington to Fort Atkinson have already kicked off the spooky season, many more are scheduled throughout Washington County as Oct. 31 draws near.

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Living History, music, food, buffalo and snakes provided hundreds of people and many families a taste of Nebraska, the county and their history during the fifth annual Washington County Heritage Days festival held Saturday and Sunday in Fort Calhoun and at Fort Atkinson.

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Fourth grade students from the Fort Calhoun Girl Scouts donated $500 to the Friends of the Fort Calhoun Splash Pad, which is raising money to construct a splash pad in a park planned for the Adams Street Corridor.

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As they continue to build their program, volunteers with Roots to Wings in Arlington continually hear questions from parents looking for help for their child living with a disability.

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The Pioneer mascot and lots of bubbles roused cheers and smiles from students during the third annual Walk-A-Thon fundraiser hosted by parent, teacher and student group Pioneers for Education (PFE) on Friday at Fort Calhoun Elementary.

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