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Seward County property owners may have received a notice of valuation change in the mail within the past couple of weeks. The county assessor is required by state law to review all properties in … more
Seward, Utica and surrounding areas sustained much damage during severe nighttime storms June 14. The National Weather Service reported a cluster of supercell thunderstorms that moved east across … more
Law enforcement is searching for a man last seen in Utica late in the night on June 15. more
A storm like the one Seward County experienced June 14 is the perfect opportunity for scammers to prey on home and business owners. While many companies are legitimate and will fulfill a contract … more
An overnight storm ravaged parts of Seward County, with a tornado confirmed near Malcolm. Here are photos of the aftermath. more
The Boil Water Order has been lifted in Utica. Residents may resume using the water for consumption. more
The Seward rail campus will soon have a new tenant. WCR Incorporated will break ground on its new facility Monday, June 20, with plans to be fully operational by November. WCR builds and … more
At its June 7 meeting, the Seward City Council: • approved an ordinance to begin a half-cent sales tax collection on Jan. 1, 2023, to help fund a portion of the Seward Wellness Center … more
The Seward Municipal Band opened its 135th season May 29 at the Seward Bandshell. At its first concert of the year, the band paid tribute to the Rev. Tim Ruegg, one of its longtime conductors, who … more
One man is in custody after a car chase down Interstate 80 and a crash in Milford the afternoon of June 2. Jacob Ulanowski, 22, of Littleton, Colorado, was arrested on multiple charges after … more
Malcolm High School senior Alessia De Colo traveled from Taibon, Italy, to complete her foreign exchange year in Nebraska. She stayed with the Maddox family and has two host siblings. When De Colo … more
Seward United Methodist Church is just weeks away from breaking ground on its Gather and Grow Addition project. One of the biggest changes the project will bring is a new main entrance. The … more
One of the “Rosie the Riveters,” Elaine King remembers her time in Seward fondly. The 97-year-old now lives in California, but she was raised in Seward, graduating from Seward High in … more
Seward County residents donated more than 3,200 pounds of food to the 30th annual Letter Carriers’ Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive on May 14. Post offices across the country participate in the … more
Senior Chief Brian Krohe lives two separate lives: one as owner of H&S Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning in Seward, and another as an expert on explosives. “I love both of … more
When Diane Krieser and her husband lost their daughter, Corina, they weren’t sure where to turn for support. Corina died from a car accident in December 2001 at the young age of … more
The results are in, and Seward County voters have advanced candidates to the General Election ballot in November. In the May 10 primary, voters cast a total of 4,580 ballots, with 462 of those … more
Voters voiced their support for a new Seward Wellness Center May 10. The measure to assess a half-cent sales tax to help pay for approximately one-third of the facility’s $18 million … more
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