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Seward native Tim Hartman saw a movie called “The Way,” which led him on a month-long journey across Spain. Hartmann spent 18 years of his life in Seward before the Army sent him to … more
H & S Plumbing Heating and Air owner Brian Krohe will be deployed to the Middle East in January, but he wants the public to know H & S is in good hands. “They’ve (H & S) been here … more
War! Oahu Bombed by Japanese Planes1500 Dead in Hawaii; Congress Votes WarJaps Open War on U.S. With Bombing of HawaiiJaps Declare War on U.S.; Bomb Pearl Harbor Base; 350 Americans Are KilledU.S. … more
As winter weather systems begin to approach the state, the Nebraska Department of Transportation encourages drivers to be prepared for winter driving conditions.NDOT works closely with its partners … more
Get your costume ready! Area organizations are hosting Halloween activities throughout the next week all around Seward County. Check out a few of them here:Milford• Children at Little Leaps of … more
Basketballs plus Blue Valley Community Action. Cattle Bank plus cans of food.For 20 years, the math has equalled the Cattle Classic, a basketball tournament at Concordia University.Ryne Seaman of … more
During its Oct. 22 meeting, the Seward County Board of Commissioners approved another poultry farmin Seward County. Dustin Blecha is the applicant for a permit for a poultry farm that will hold four … more
Vickie Hegeholz promised her mother she would get a mammogram every year. On the day of her first mammogram, Hegeholz’s mother died of breast cancer at age 56. Later on, Hegeholz got a call from … more
What started out as a joke between 36-year-old Larry Unrein and his friends turned into an adventure for the Alaska man.Unrein of Seward, Alaska, is traveling the 50 states to do a skateboarding … more
 The Langworthy house has found a new home north of Seward. The house, built in 1893, sat in its original spot on Lincoln Street for over 125 years. On Oct. 18 the house was moved from its original … more
Crestview Care Center in Milford is all but closed, with no residents remaining at the center as of Oct. 9.In Utica, six residents were still living at the Azria Health Utica care center as of Oct. … more
Seward Memorial Hospital Radiology Technician Mandy Cutshall said mammography is a passion of hers. Cutshall has always been an advocate for getting regular mammograms, even before being diagnosed … more
Curt Schilling, former Major League Baseball pitcher and two-time World Series contender, spoke at Concordia University Nebraska Oct. 10. Schilling’s stop was the first of a set of public speaking … more
Seward is officially mom approved, at least according to a new billboard on Highway 15. Kaleigh Mueller, a Seward resident, designed a new billboard for the Seward County Chamber and Development … more
Seward volunteer firefighters give a flashover demonstration Oct. 6 during the department’s open house for Fire Prevention Week. Fire truck rides and more were part of the event. See this week's … more
Country Bumpkins has kicked off its third year of business and second year with a haunted house. Owner and Milford native Tina Strinz said she started Country Bumpkins on a whim. “I bought the … more
The Karol Kay Boulevard extension project from Bader to Hillcrest brought questions and opposition at the Sept. 17 city council meeting. The council ultimately voted 5-3 to move forward using … more
 Two Concordia University professors collaborated to create a children’s book. Laurie Zum Hofe and Seth Boggs teach at Concordia. Zum Hofe is an English professor and Boggs is an art … more
Seward Middle School is taking precautions against a staph infection found in two students, starting the week of Sept. 16.“We were notified by a parent last week that their child had been diagnosed … more
During the Sept. 17 City Council meeting, the council:• held a public hearing to consider a Tax Increment Financing application by Else and Burger Properties LLC. TIF Attorney Andrew Willis said … more
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