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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
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
When John Brandl, Seward City parks and rec employee, wanted to replace flagpoles lining the Veterans Memorial site at the north Seward Cemetery, he knew exactly who to call. “Haven’t the … more
Four Corners Health District confirmed 61 new cases of the novel coronavirus from Sept. 17-24, the most cases in a single week since the start of the pandemic. Between Sept. 18-25, Seward County … more
Four Corners Health District confirmed 61 new cases of the novel coronavirus from Sept. 17-24, the most cases in a single week since the start of the pandemic. Between Sept. 18-25, Seward County accounted for 38 new cases in the district, including 15 confirmed cases between Sept. 24-25 alone. more
Marissa Fuchser felt intimidated staring at the blank wall at the Dwight American Legion building before it became her canvas. The bricks were menacing. She studied their small curvatures and … more
When Hannah Helmer shot the state-record elk in 2016, it lit a spark in her father. Joel, already a lifelong hunter and freelance writer in addition to his full-time work at Concordia University, … more
Marissa Fuchser felt intimidated staring at the blank wall at the Dwight American Legion building before it became her canvas. more
Police vehicles, fire engines and ambulances lined the ditches, giving law enforcement and first responders a makeshift tunnel for their walk. The setting sun shone across all of them in their solemn … more
Speaking to a small crowd gathered in front of a massive mud patch filled with standing water, Nick Orscheln and other representatives from Orscheln Farm and Home expressed their excitement for the … more
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
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