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According to the National Diaper Bank, one in every three families in the United States can’t afford enough diapers to keep their children both clean and healthy as they grow, and that was before the coronavirus pandemic. more
Let's take a look back at 2020. more
The Seward County Board of Commissioners honored county employees who have been with the county for 10, 15, 20 and 25 years during its Dec. 29 meeting. The honorees are as follows: Timothy … more
If you only get to have the lead one time, the end of the game is a good time. The No. 6 Malcolm girls’ basketball team pulled off what its coach called a “Christmas miracle” with a … more
The Seward County Board of Commissioners honored employees who have worked in the county for five years during its Dec. 22 meeting. more
We’ve heard of it. We’ve seen people with meters and others pricking their fingers. We probably know someone who has it. It strikes at all ages, shapes and sizes. It’s diabetes. While the disease doesn’t have a cure yet, those who have it can manage it. more
What was once a dark park near the Seward County Fairgrounds now features 400,000 lights as part of Nebraska’s Largest Christmas Light Show. more
Joyce Schriner talked about retiring long before 2020. more
It always irritated Mike Vance that the four-legged coworker he got from Belgium wasn't as young as he was promised. more
Milford hosted two separate Santa events on Dec. 5. First there was the Santa Drive-up at Milford Elementary held by the Milford Kiwanis Club, then there was the Santa Parade in the afternoon … more
At the end of both his Dec. 1 and Dec. 3 videos, viral sensation Marvin “PeeWee” Schulz of Seward delivered his now-trademark sendoff. more
Seward City Council conducted procedural business outside of a long discussion over a proposed face covering ordinance at its Dec. 1 meeting. more
A Bee resident is set to make his preliminary appearance in Seward County Court on Dec. 11 in relation to a total of eight felony charges. more
The Seward County Board of Commissioners discussed updating its employee handbook and was presented a resignation from Veteran Service Officer/Public Transit director Jeff Baker during its Dec. 1 meeting. more
The Concordia University Board of Regents announced Dec. 1 that Dr. Bernard D. Bull has accepted a Divine Call to become the university's 11th president, effective August 2021. more
Seward City Council members passed an ordinance requiring masks be worn in public within city limits at a special meeting on Thursday night. Ordinance No. 2020-33 was an amended version of the one presented during the regularly-scheduled council meeting on Tuesday night. That ordinance will take effect 10 a.m. on Saturday and sunset Jan. 6, the day after the council's regularly-scheduled Jan. 5 meeting. more
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