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A Lincoln Girl Scout and members of her Yazidi community gathered to plant trees Oct. 21 on former farmland that is now a Yazidi cemetery—the first in the country. The cemetery is located south … more
During the Seward School District’s Board of Education work session Sept. 8, the board: • discussed building a new storage shed to hold track equipment, including the pole vault pit, and other … more
After having breast cancer, survivors may have a hard time finding their new normal. But through a support group, three women learned their normal and became friends in the process—or, as they … more
High school students learn about robotics and human machine interfaces by observing a simulation of a ‘mini factory’ during Manfacturing Day at Southeast Community College in Milford Oct. 16. The … more
Several groups and organizations are holding events to celebrate Halloween. Here are some ways to mark the day: Oct. 25 Rotary’s Costume Contest—The costume contest will take place at 6 … more
Candidates for U.S., state, county and local offices will participate in the 2018 Candidates Night forum, sponsored by the Seward County League of Women Voters. Candidates Night will begin at 7 … more
Concordia University welcomes Dr. Uwe Siemon-Netto to speak on campus in his presentation "God's Divine Call to the Polls" on Sunday, Nov. 4, at 7 p.m. in the Weller Hall auditorium. Siemon-Netto … more
Five-year-old Colton Whisler was diagnosed with Rhabdomyosarcoma, or RMS, a type of brain cancer, on Oct. 12. The tumor is in his brain, ear canal and cheek glands and is inoperable. Daily … more
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