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Seward County law enforcement found 8.5 pounds of cocaine in a traffic stop Sept. 26 on Interstate 80. At approximately 12:30 p.m., members of the Seward County Criminal Interdiction Task Force … more
Three local heroes were recognized Sept. 20 for saving a man’s life by pulling him from the window of a burning building. Seward Police Chief Brian Peters, Seward Volunteer Fire Department … more
A two-vehicle accident Sept. 23 near Utica left a Seward man dead and a Centennial High student seriously injured. At approximately 6:22 a.m., the York County Sheriff's Office was dispatched to a … more
Voters will get the chance to hear from local, county and statewide candidates at the Seward County League of Women Voters’ Candidates Night on Sunday, Sept. 25. The event, scheduled for 2 … more
The 2022 marching season starts this weekend, and it will be an “Incredibles” one for the Seward High band. The Marching Bluejays will perform music from the soundtrack to “The … more
Two kids walking along the riverbank found a live grenade Sept. 18 near 294th and Bluff roads on the northeast side of Seward. At approximately 2:30 p.m., Seward County deputies responded to a … more
A Lincoln man was arrested near Pleasant Dale Sept. 19 after a pursuit and fleeing a vehicle. On Monday, Sept. 19, at approximately 2:30 p.m., a Seward County deputy observed a vehicle traveling … more
The Seward Police Department is hoping a bump in pay and focused recruitment efforts will help fill a long-time officer vacancy and attract more applicants to the law enforcement profession. The … more
Reinhold Marxhausen is best known as an artist. But the late Concordia University professor also served in the U.S. Army during World War II. Mementoes of his time, including pictures and videos, … more
Two people were arrested following a manhunt Sept. 7 near Milford. According to the Seward County Sheriff’s Office, deputies were dispatched to a welfare check outside of Milford regarding a … more
Sheila Beins started out as the records clerk when she first started in the Seward County Court office. She’s now celebrating 40 years with the court. Beins took over as the clerk … more
Deputies with the Seward County Sheriff’s Office arrested one male and located nine handguns and suspected drug currency in a traffic stop between Goehner and Seward on I-80 Aug. 25. At … more
Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol have arrested four people after locating more than 100 pounds of suspected methamphetamine and 9 pounds of suspected fentanyl during a traffic stop Tuesday, … more
On Aug. 17, U.S. Congressman Mike Flood was the featured speaker at the Seward Rotary Club meeting. He was introduced by Rotarian and Nebraska State Sen. Mark Kolterman, who had been a colleague … more
The City of Seward’s tax asking for the coming year will remain relatively unchanged, with around $7 million in General Fund expenditures planned, and a total of $55.3 million across all city … more
Brad Luce is back home. The 2006 Centennial High School graduate is now the Centennial Elementary principal. “When the opportunity came up to come back home, it was too good,” he … more
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