Cattle Bank and Trust officials recently broke ground on its future branch location at the northeast corner of the intersection of 14th and Pine Lake Road in southwest Lincoln. The bank’s main location is in Seward.
Property taxes and prison reform are just two major proposals state senators are expecting to discuss during the 60-day session, which began last week at the Nebraska Legislature.
Donald K. Polcyn, Jr., appeared in Seward County Court Jan. 15, where his bond was reduced from $500,000 cash to 10% of $100,000.
The Seward County Board of Commissioners approved a temporary task force consultant/trainer position at its Jan. 8 meeting. Commissioners Bob Vrbka and Mike Mundhenke were absent.
When she first joined, K’lena Schnack never knew where Key Club might take her. Most recently, it took her to a seat on float number 72 in the nationally televised Rose Parade in Pasadena, California, on New Year’s Day.
Seward County Commissioners said no to a request to create a new job in the sheriff’s office for non-certified staff on Dec. 31. Then, on Jan. 8, the board approved the position with a few tweaks.
The victim of a New Year's Day stabbing in Utica has been identified by the Seward County Sheriff's Office as Stephen D. Jones, 39, of Lincoln.