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In a matter of a few days, some business owners and employees have seen their worlds flip completely upside down.The threat of the coronavirus has prompted business models to shifts, some to shut … more
Seward is splitting up its city work crews with the goal of keeping staff healthy by dividing and conquering.City council members were briefed on the new protocol at a special meeting March 25 via … more
Residents in Seward will not have to worry about making their utility payments on time if their income has been affected by COVID-19.The city has suspended utility shutoffs and waived late fees and … more
Mike Geis does not consider himself a car junkie, but he knows quality service when he sees it. Geis, who grew up in Beaver Crossing but now lives in Omaha, purchased a 1949 GMC truck over five … more
As of 5 p.m. March 19: • Effective Monday, March 16, all Nebraska School Activities Association activity practices are suspended until Monday, March 30, and all competitions are suspended until … more
As of 5 p.m. March 19: • The elementary music contest at Malcolm on March 20 has been cancelled. It will not be rescheduled. • The Nebraska National Guard Museum Big Band swing concert and … more
CITY OFFICES: "We've closed down access to all of our facilities, so no walk-in traffic," Seward City Administrator Greg Butcher said. Plans are in place for services like electric, water, … more
BREAKING: Effective immediately, the Seward County Courthouse and Justice Center are closed to the public until further notice to remain proactive in fighting COVID-19. Offices will be open during … more
After much speculation regarding the future of the Nebraska Legislature, Speaker Jim Scheer announced in a statement Monday morning that the current session would not reconvene Tuesday and is … more
That’s how many people the government is recommending for gatherings at this time: 10 or fewer.The City of Seward issued a statement the afternoon of March 16, based on advice from the World Health … more
“With all the heavy snow last night, my kids and I decided we better take advantage and make a snowman,” Keith Wintz of Seward said March 14. “We got the three standard snowballs made and … more
The Nebraska National Guard Museum is following guidance and closing its doors because of the Coronavirus outbreak. The museum shuttered operations on March 16 at noon and will remain closed until … more
Cattle Bank and Trust in Seward and Lincoln is making changes to its day-to-day operations to keep customers and employees healthy with regard to COVID-19. "Given recommendations from the Centers … more
The City of Seward has closed its buildings to the public, though staff are still available to help local residents. See the graphics about closures at City Hall and the Municipal Building. In … more
Concordia University, Nebraska today announced that starting Monday, March 23, courses will be delivered exclusively online for the remainder of the spring semester. There will be no face-to-face … more
“One piece of good news is that the hospital and clinics won’t be closing. That doesn’t happen in our business,” said Roger Reamer, CEO of Memorial Health Care Systems in Seward, Milford and … more
Dr. Josh Fields, superintendent of Seward Public Schools, said schools currently are operating as normal, though the district is planning for the effects of COVID-19.“That could change tomorrow or … more
UPDATED 4:06 p.m. March 12Concordia University in Seward announced Thursday afternoon, March 12, that it is extending spring break an additional week because of COVID-19 concerns.The announcement … more
It is nice to do something for a good cause and maybe get some fun exercise out of it. For 10 years, the Bee Buzz Run has brought together runners and walkers from the surrounding areas to raise … more
Lenore A. MeyerAug. 29, 1948 – Feb. 26, 2020Lenore Ann Meyer was born at home on Aug. 29, 1948, in Milford to Delmar and Violet (Stutzman) Roth and passed away on Feb. 26, 2020, in Lincoln at the … more
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