Police do not expect foul play in the unexplained death of a 32-year old Milford woman on May 30, although no official determination can be made until toxicology reports return.
The three candidates for the District 2 seat on the Seward County Board of Commissioners spoke during a virtual Candidates Night, hosted by the Seward County League of Women Voters, April 23.
The Seward County Chamber and Development Partnership has announced the details of a new promotion for local businesses in Seward County, intended to help businesses through the coronavirus pandemic.
Following the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the State of Nebraska, Memorial Health Care Systems in Seward meets the guidelines to resume elective surgeries, which were previously prohibited under statewide Directed Health Measures to help protect the supply o…
During National Child Abuse Prevention Month in April, Southeast Nebraska CASA challenges residents of Seward and Saline counties to stand against child abuse and take action to support children who have been abused or neglected.
Gov. Pete Ricketts announced April 20 the state’s first step to relax the health measures implemented to slow the spread of COVID-19. Starting May 4, elective surgeries may resume as long as hospitals and healthcare facilities meet requirements for available bed capacity and have adequate su…
Nebraska's state Public Health Director, Dr. Gary Anthone, spoke April 20 about the elevated risk that COVID-19 poses to smokers. He urged Nebraskans to quit smoking in order to lower the likelihood of medical complications from COVID-19.
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- Commission candidates offer opinions
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- Southeast Nebraska CASA urges county residents to act against child abuse
- Governor announces first step to relax health measures
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