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Bottle Rocket Brewing cans hit shelves across Nebraska for the first time in the brewery’s five-year existence last week, checking off a goal the owners had circled since its first day. more
Matt Starkey has seen a variety of service. From Desert Storm as a medic to National Guard to Veterans Affairs, he knows the military. Starkey is the new veterans service officer for Seward County, accepting the position in January. more
The Seward City Council on Tuesday night unanimously voted to approve an ordinance that repealed Municipal Code Sections 52.1.1 to 52.1.11 that related to the face covering ordinance in Seward. The mandate was scheduled to sunset on Wednesday, March 3. The new ordinance removes the mandate from municipal code. Look for more information in next week's issue of the Seward Independent. more
A story titled "Ordinance to end mask mandate fails first reading" published in the Feb. 24 issue of the Seward County Independent incorrectly stated that Memorial Healthcare Systems CEO Roger Reamer stated MHCS recommends the mask mandate be in effect until Jan. 3. The date should be March 3. The Seward Independent apologizes for the error. more
With 20 years of Jazzercise experience between them, Danielle Luebbe and Roxanne Wohlford are excited to run the Seward chapter. more
Seward High School agronomy instructor Craig Frederick's career in agricultural education brought him all across the country and allowed him to influence countless students through FFA. more
“He’s the first one in our Rotary Club!” said longtime Rotarian Clark Kolterman when introducing Charles “Chuck” Matzke, at the Rotary luncheon at the Seward Civic Center Feb. 10. The club honored Matzke for 50 years of continuous membership in the Seward Rotary Club. more
Rolling blackouts controlled by the Nebraska Public Power District are beginning in the Seward area and southeast Nebraska now and into the evening.  The City of Seward has been advised … more
Milford High School art teacher Mindy Burton knows senior Machaela Freeman’s art can’t be replicated. more
Nathan Pennington, a Concordia University sophomore church music major from Lincoln, recently won the Student Organ Composition Competition organized by the Lincoln Chapter of the American Guild of Organists. more
Blowing snow last Thursday led to a busy morning for the Seward County Sheriff’s Office. more
“Open for Business: A Nebraska Women in Agripreneurship Series” will feature Triple E Equine, a family-owned and -operated business near Beaver Crossing, during its next live webcast on Tuesday, Feb. 9, at 6:30 p.m. more
When Memorial Healthcare Systems opened COVID-19 vaccinations to the 1B group last Thursday, 102-year-old Gretchen Christenjaere was one of the first in line. more
Wondering what the siren was about? Why the police cars are headed out of town? What’s up with weather warnings? Try Nixle. more
The Seward High Academic Decathlon team, coached by Noelle Baker, placed second at the Large School Regionals held online Jan. 9. more
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