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Karen Seevers backpacked through Europe and Russia and ended up in Japan. After returning home to the United States, she decided to go back to Japan. She thought she would stay one or two years at … more
Lou Dart spent 26 years of his life serving his country in the United States Air Force and the last 44 years serving his customers at Lou and Mary Anne’s Bar in Bee. Even though he just turned … more
Yanise Ho, 23, has lived all over the world, but this summer she experienced 3,800 miles of the U.S. in a unique way: from coast to coast on rollerblades. The Bladress, as she calls herself, was … more
Volunteers from area fire departments held toy collections to benefit Blue Valley Community Action for the past two weekends. Robert Corner with the Bee fire department said the Seward, Bee, Tamora, … more
Two conflicting votes from the Seward City Council regarding a blight designation led to the mayor vetoing the first vote. On Dec. 4, a motion to approve a blight designation for four lots on the … more
The Seward County Planning Commission recommended approval for a conditional use permit for a chicken feeding operation near Goehner. According to the draft minutes of the commission’s Nov. 26 … more
A home isn’t a home without Christmas lights, according to Vinny Bittinger of Malcolm. He and his wife, Maggie, have created the Magical Lights of Malcolm for the last three years, using both … more
Richard “Doc” Hans lived a life of service. He served as a staff sergeant in the U.S. Army and later in the Nebraska National Guard, on multiple community boards, on the Seward City Council … more
The City of Milford is under new leadership as of Nov. 12. Milford’s former mayor, Nick Glanzer, resigned at the city council’s Nov. 6 meeting. In the letter of resignation Glanzer read to … more
During the Seward City Council’s Nov. 6 meeting, the board: • approved the 90 percent plans for the city’s Karol Kay Boulevard project, which will extend the road from Bader Avenue to … more
Concordia University baseball player Ryan Kollbaum, left, helps Liam Clark make a Tinker Tree out of a bolt, nuts and washers at Maker Day on Dec. 1. The craft was one of more than a dozen sessions … more
Tru-Built Construction of Lincoln will build Milford’s new municipal building. The Milford City Council awarded the project bid to Tru-Built at its Nov. 6 meeting after spending some time … more
A $1.4 million water system improvement project finished up last week in Milford. The city began the project last spring and stayed mostly on track, with the target completion date of Nov. … more
Tobias Robbins, 2, runs toward his mother, Lynnsey Robbins, during the Utica Commercial Club’s Pancake Feed on Dec. 1. See more photos from area Santa visits on page 2A of the Dec. 5 edition of the … more
The Bluejay Booster Club held its first-ever Bluejay Bash Nov. 30 at the Ag Pavilion. The group, which received help from Friends of Choral Music and the Seward Band Boosters, held the event to raise … more
Over 200 people showed up for dinner and fun at the 2018 Holiday Dinner Theatre in the Bee States Ballroom on Nov. 24. This year marked the eighth anniversary of the event, which is organized as a … more
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