The Seward County Sheriff’s Office has recently received a host of new animal companions. The Sheriff’s office has entered into a partnership with the Blue River Pet Rescue shelter and also taken on a new K-9, Luc.
The Staplehurst Volunteer Fire Department hosted its annual barbecue and street dance June 22, which included a water fight, bounce houses, barrel train and firetruck rides, a softball tournament, live music and more.
Since losing her brother to suicide 10 years ago, Seward resident Sara (Holle) Endorf and her family have been raising money and awareness to help put a stop to mental illness, a contributing factor to suicide.
Saline County Court was in the middle of testimony moments ago on June 24 when Aubrey Trail had an outburst and tried to harm himself around 11:30 a.m.
The Nebraska Department of Transportation has announced a railroad crossing closure and road work through Seward and Saline Counties in the coming weeks.
The Seward County Board of Commissioners tabled a decision during its regular meeting June 11 regarding the county’s salary study because it received notice that the salary study committee had allegedly been in violation of the Open Meetings Act.
Railroad crossing repair work is scheduled to begin Tuesday, June 18 on L-80G at Reference Post 5.22, according to the Nebraska Department of Transportation.
The Seward County Chamber and Development Partnership is currently preparing a Seward Countywide Housing Study to determine both the present and future housing needs of the county.