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Speaking to an invisible audience on the other side of a computer screen, Nebraska State Senator Tom Brandt introduced himself as a Plymouth native and Tri County High School Class of 1978 graduate. He then recited his decades of experience in the meat industry.

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Milford's historic downtown district faces two major issues going forward: how the city can earn the same Downtown Revitalization grant it was denied last year, and how can businesses return to sustainable levels of businesses as health restrictions lessen six months into a pandemic.

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Nineteen Milford High School football players have had to quarantine, 15 of whom were put on the warning or exposure list, stemming from possible exposure to a confirmed cases of coronavirus.

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Seward County's Comprehensive Plan, a 20-year strategy to map the county's growth, underwent a series of open houses in multiple towns throughout the county in order to gauge residents' thoughts and concerns regarding growth.