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Patty (Hughes) Roth, longtime secretary and treasurer of Hughes Brothers, celebrated her retirement this year after 48 years of service to the company. Roth has a personal connection with the … more
At its Jan. 17 meeting, the Seward City Council: • approved a temporary lease agreement for William Henry School of the Arts to use the clubhouse at the Seward Community Golf Course as a … more
A new Seward Public School board member is excited to take on the new role and represent the voices of Seward citizens. Matt Hastings, originally from Pender, Nebraska, said he’s excited to … more
Concern about a natural gas leak prompted an evacuation at Milford Jr./Sr. High School Jan. 24.   A statement from the school said the odor of natural gas was reported in the building around … more
“Courtesy meals” are now a thing of the past for students with negative lunch account balances at Seward Public Schools. The SPS Board of Education revised the school lunch policy, … more
A mural painted on the west side of Emily Nix Photography was done by a Seward High graduate that wanted the painting to represent the town of Seward by spelling out “Seward” with … more
Agencies and nonprofits that want to participate in Seward County Gives this May should plan to send representatives to a kick-off meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 1, in Seward. The agency information … more
At its Jan. 3 meeting, the Seward City Council: • heard an update on the Seward Wellness Center. City Administrator Greg Butcher said contract negotiations with BVH Architecture for work on … more
The Seward County Chamber and Development Partnership recently added a new member to its staff who is excited to start an interesting, fun and challenging job. Joanie Brecka, director of marketing … more
“I do solemnly swear that I will support the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the State of Nebraska … So help me God.” With that oath Jan. 4, two Seward … more
Seward County residents are encouraged to dispute internet speeds at their homes in order to bring more funding to Nebraska to close the broadband service gap. The deadline to submit a challenge … more
Changes may be coming to the city compost and burn sites on the south side of Seward. Over the years, problems have arisen, including several unintended fires and illegal dumping. City officials … more
A design firm has been selected for the new Seward Wellness Center. BVH Architecture will design the facility, according to City Administrator Greg Butcher, who announced the decision at the Dec. … more
After an uproar on social media due to issues with negative lunch balances at Seward High School, Mercy City Church in Seward and Lincoln paid off all the negative lunch balances in the Seward school … more
The Malcolm Middle School Broadcast has allowed students to share their creativity through Youtube, a podcast and design. A seventh-grade video production class was started during the 2021-22 … more
Community members are discussing options for a new senior care center in Utica. About 50 people attended a presentation Dec. 12 to learn about one option –a Green House model – and the … more
A Seward High School graduate recently led his team to the National Junior College Athletic Association Division III football championship. Gavin Sukup, a freshman at the College of DuPage in Glen … more
The Star Spangled Banner or National Anthem is one of the most recognized songs in America. It’s sung at every athletic event from t-ball to professional football. Everyone knows the tune and … more
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