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The idea for Little Brown Box tours just came to Pat Coldiron of Seward.Coldiron, proprietor of Liberty House Bed and Breakfast, Antiques and Gifts, has spent hours researching the history of Seward … more
Nearly all of the 119 minutes from Seward Mayor Josh Eickmeier's call to order until the gavel bang of adjournment at the Sept. 1 Seward City Council meeting was spent dissecting the city's budget … more
The multi-decade project created to further Seward's economic future came rushing to fruition as Mayor Josh Eickmeier stood in a line involving a CEO and other elected officials, all staring down … more
Seated on slices of tree trunks and five gallon buckets and wielding drumsticks, first graders listen to their teacher’s instructions.They ignore the breeze that lifts the tree branches over their … more
Memorial Health Care Systems' cardiovascular rehabilitation program has received certification by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation. The certification recognized … more
The Nebraska Department of Environment and Energy Director Jim Macy announced Aug. 28 that the state is awarding approximately $2 million in rebates to schools across Nebraska to aid in the … more
On Sept. 2, Concordia University and Bryan College of Health Sciences announced a partnership to provide students an opportunity to receive two degrees while adding just one semester. Students … more
Concordia University's search for a new president has come down to two. After a year-long process, the school has moved into the final weeks of its selection for a new university president, … more
Elected officials and representatives stood at the podium at the Seward Kiwanis Parade of Flags on Aug. 22 for the first dedication of the United States Space Force flag in the country and … more
Development and the future of Seward was the running theme throughout Seward City Council's Aug. 18 meeting. City Engineer Mike Oneby, who started the job on June 17, delivered current blueprints … more
A familiar name in the Nebraska coffee market is finally coming to Seward.  Franchisees have been approved to open a Scooter's location on the 500 Block of Bradford St. Pending final hurdles and … more
Seward Rail Campus's second tenant sort of came before its first. The newest addition to the multi-million dollar project actually started when Brian Levander reached out to Seward County Chamber … more
It was almost comforting, some of the familiar feelings that the first day of school brought. Parents proudly walked their younger children into their respective groups and watched as their … more
Street improvements and projects became the overarching theme at Seward City Council's Aug. 4 meeting in the Civic Center basement. Mainly, construction on the city's east side. Parents have … more
Two major outbreaks stemming from parties and celebrations have been responsible for Seward County's recent surge in confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus. At an Aug. 6 briefing, Four Corners … more
As Alan Baldwin approaches his final day as a law enforcement officer he's still not far away from the Wizard of Oz. It's written on his whiteboard above the cabinet in his office. It's also there as … more
For at least one week earlier this summer, Anita Foor didn't have to worry about her 10-year-old daughter's morning routine. Each morning Mackenna Wollenburg woke up earlier than normal, … more
Centennial Public Schools has hired Dr. Virginia Moon to serve as interim superintendent. The hiring was done at a special meeting July 21. Moon served as superintendent at Ralston for 11 years, … more
The Centennial Public Schools board of education unanimously accepted the resignation of Tim DeWaard during its July 20 meeting. DeWaard was the district superintendent. He was arrested July 13 on … more
Organizers have decided to postpone the Plum Creek Literacy Festival’s fall event until April 15-17, 2021, according to a July 16 Facebook post. "This decision was made based on guidance from … more
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