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A special letter to Seward County's public authored by Seward Mayor Josh Eickmeier, Memorial Health Care Systems CEO Roger Reamer, Concordia University Interim President Rev. Dr. Russ Sommerfeld, Seward Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Joshua Fields, St. John Lutheran School Principal Amber Fiala, and St. Vincent de Paul Catholic School Principal Denise Ray. more
Outside of a face covering discussion, the Seward City Council meeting on Oct. 20 alternated its attention between its business sector and its residential sector. more
Seward resident Joel Brase brings vision of Friday night football to Lincoln Lutheran. more
Councilmember Jessica Kolterman described the crowd at the Oct. 20 Seward City Council meeting as one of the larger ones she'd seen. Late arrivals had to set up their own folding chairs in the back … more
With a frail voice after enduring a final full-body radiation treatment just hours earlier, Pam Walz recapped her multi-year fight with cancer that lead her to that very hospital room. more
When production and ethanol plants reduced capacity, local meat lockers filled their calendars, and local dairies dumped milk because tanks filled with no place to go, Jisa Farms never wavered. The local dairy continued to produce because they simply had to. more
The Seward County Board of Commissioners discussed filling commissioner Mike Mundhenke’s office liaisons until a replacement can be found. more
The Four Corners Health Department confirmed 85 new cases of coronavirus in Seward County between Oct. 17-25. That brings the total number in the county up to 474 – 151 in the past two weeks. … more
The Lancaster County Sheriff's Office confirmed 9-year-old Gunnar Holte of Seward died in a hunting accident early Oct. 25 near Branched Oak Lake. Capt. Tom Brookhouser said that Matthew Holte and … more
All Pat and Stacey Piskorski wanted to do was watch their son play in Seward High School’s match up against Beatrice Oct. 9. more
Concordia has extended an offer for its current president vacancy and awaits that candidate's response on the school's divine call. more
Milford Jr./Sr. High School principal Brandon Mowinkle waited in the school's hallway and stared out the front doors. At times his youngest son was by his side, at others he talked with congressional aides in the plexi-glass lined office space just outside of his office. more
One of the menacing aspects of breast cancer is that it can develop, seemingly at random, with no warning. That's what happened to Megan Boggs. After an unencumbered 40 years of life, Boggs had … more
Seven months into the coronavirus pandemic, local health officials and those who work with them admitted they're overwhelmed and in need of community help. more
Timothy DeWaard, former superintendent of Centennial Public Schools in Utica, made his first court appearance Oct. 7 since being arrested in connection with sexual assault charges back in July. more
Halloween is not “canceled” in Seward County this year. more
Mallory Gibreal, director of community relations for Memorial Health Care Systems, said that the hospital is aware of the rising number of hospitalizations and the hospital has been prepared to care for COVID-19 inpatients since the start of the pandemic. more
The Seward Kiwanis will recognize three area families with the Pioneer Farm Family Award during a reception Tuesday, Oct. 20. more
The Seward County Board of Commissioners approved a task force and K-9 facility to be leased by the sheriff’s department during its Oct. 6 meeting. more
Former Centennial Public Schools superintendent Timothy DeWaard has been charged with intentional child abuse following an investigation by the Seward County Sheriff's Office into claims of DeWaard's … more
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