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A house at 29 Jackson Avenue in Seward caught fire July 19 around 9 p.m. Seward Fire responded, and firefighters cut a hole in the roof to allow smoke and flames to escape from the attic. Other … more
During its July 16 meeting, the Seward County Commission heard an annual report from representatives of Nebraska’s Fifth Judicial District Probation Office.According to District 5 Chief Probation … more
The String Beans, a beloved family friendly band, filmed a music video at Chapters Books & Gifts in Seward July 1. Both the band and the book store are celebrating 15 years this year. The band … more
On a warm July day, 26 kids glided through the galaxy, scouted stars and planets, and came face-to-face with the sun – all without leaving Seward.At Seward Memorial Library, Dr. Robert Hermann, … more
The annual Seward Fourth of July Celebration extends congratulations and offers parade awards to the participants in the annual parade. The specially designed trophies were created by Tim … more
Local dogs brought their owners to Seward's Fourth of July celebration. more
The annual apple pie eating contest is a crowd favorite. Thomas Wells of Fort Collins, Colorado, was the state champion. This year's division winners were: Noah Arneson of Omaha, anyone Mark … more
The annual Fourth of July water fights featured fire departments from around the county and the Seward County Sheriff's Department. more
Seward County Independent photographers captured the annual Fourth of July celebration. more
People matter, and where they live matters when it comes to the U.S. census.As the end of the year rolls around, hundreds of thousands of census workers will be knocking on doors to help people fill … more
Back at home in Seward and at the airport his grandparents help run, five-year-old Colton Whisler got to spend the Fourth of July at the airshow surrounded by planes and around a thousand attendees. … more
Concordia University announced Answering The Call, the university’s latest fundraising campaign, at a kick-off event on campus July 3.The $65 million campaign, the largest in university history, … more
Fireworks came early to Seward County this year.The Seward County Commissioners’ July 2 meeting featured a clash between the board and the county attorney. The meeting reached its peak on the last … more
The City of Seward will host an open house July 16 regarding a planned East Seward Street Improvements project. The project will begin at the dog park entrance and continue to the east city limits … more
At its June 18 meeting, the Seward County Board of Commissioners:•   approved a motion to request quotes with a specific time frame from SA Davidson and Ameritas for the potential refinancing of … more
Seward celebrated Independence Day with a patriotic celebration July 4. The crowds gathered for everything from the anvil firing bright and early to the fireworks extravaganza late at night. Six … more
The move-in date is getting closer for John Owens.The Edward Jones Investments representative will open his new office at 445 N. Sixth Street in Seward, hopefully, at the end of July or the beginning … more
The second week of Aubrey Trail’s trial for his involvement in the death of Sydney Loofe began with a bloody scene June 24 in Saline County Court. In the middle of switching witnesses during the … more
In spite of the almost 100-degree heat wave at the Seward Courthouse Square, the new William Henry Seward Statue and Plaza memorial, commissioned by the family of Suzanne Geis Kolterman, a lifelong … more
A house on the corner of North Columbia and Lincoln avenues in Seward burned June 30. The controlled burn eliminated one of four houses on the block that are being removed to make way for new … more
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