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Blowing snow last Thursday led to a busy morning for the Seward County Sheriff’s Office. more
“Open for Business: A Nebraska Women in Agripreneurship Series” will feature Triple E Equine, a family-owned and -operated business near Beaver Crossing, during its next live webcast on Tuesday, Feb. 9, at 6:30 p.m. more
When Memorial Healthcare Systems opened COVID-19 vaccinations to the 1B group last Thursday, 102-year-old Gretchen Christenjaere was one of the first in line. more
Wondering what the siren was about? Why the police cars are headed out of town? What’s up with weather warnings? Try Nixle. more
The Seward High Academic Decathlon team, coached by Noelle Baker, placed second at the Large School Regionals held online Jan. 9. more
The Friedens United Church of Christ bell tolled 20 times at 4:30 p.m. on Jan. 19 as part of a nationwide tribute to the 400,000 individuals who died due to COVID-19 complications. One of those tolls was dedicated to Johnny “Boyd” Gabel, the man who rang that very bell for decades up to the point of his death late last year. more
Pat Coldiron loves history. She loves the old pictures, the family stories, the overall picture of how an area was built over time. “History always sparked my interest,” she … more
According to the National Diaper Bank, one in every three families in the United States can’t afford enough diapers to keep their children both clean and healthy as they grow, and that was before the coronavirus pandemic. more
Let's take a look back at 2020. more
The Seward County Board of Commissioners honored county employees who have been with the county for 10, 15, 20 and 25 years during its Dec. 29 meeting. The honorees are as follows: Timothy … more
If you only get to have the lead one time, the end of the game is a good time. The No. 6 Malcolm girls’ basketball team pulled off what its coach called a “Christmas miracle” with a … more
The Seward County Board of Commissioners honored employees who have worked in the county for five years during its Dec. 22 meeting. more
We’ve heard of it. We’ve seen people with meters and others pricking their fingers. We probably know someone who has it. It strikes at all ages, shapes and sizes. It’s diabetes. While the disease doesn’t have a cure yet, those who have it can manage it. more
What was once a dark park near the Seward County Fairgrounds now features 400,000 lights as part of Nebraska’s Largest Christmas Light Show. more
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