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Joyce Schriner talked about retiring long before 2020. more
It always irritated Mike Vance that the four-legged coworker he got from Belgium wasn't as young as he was promised. more
Milford hosted two separate Santa events on Dec. 5. First there was the Santa Drive-up at Milford Elementary held by the Milford Kiwanis Club, then there was the Santa Parade in the afternoon … more
At the end of both his Dec. 1 and Dec. 3 videos, viral sensation Marvin “PeeWee” Schulz of Seward delivered his now-trademark sendoff. more
Seward City Council conducted procedural business outside of a long discussion over a proposed face covering ordinance at its Dec. 1 meeting. more
A Bee resident is set to make his preliminary appearance in Seward County Court on Dec. 11 in relation to a total of eight felony charges. more
The Seward County Board of Commissioners discussed updating its employee handbook and was presented a resignation from Veteran Service Officer/Public Transit director Jeff Baker during its Dec. 1 meeting. more
The Concordia University Board of Regents announced Dec. 1 that Dr. Bernard D. Bull has accepted a Divine Call to become the university's 11th president, effective August 2021. more
Seward City Council members passed an ordinance requiring masks be worn in public within city limits at a special meeting on Thursday night. Ordinance No. 2020-33 was an amended version of the one presented during the regularly-scheduled council meeting on Tuesday night. That ordinance will take effect 10 a.m. on Saturday and sunset Jan. 6, the day after the council's regularly-scheduled Jan. 5 meeting. more
Centennial Public School interviewed five superintendent candidates Nov. 21 and made an offer to Seth Ford that evening which was accepted. more
The awning above 133 North Sixth St. may say Jazzercise, but for a certain group of long-term Seward residents, that location has always been The Well first. more
The recent rise in coronavirus cases across the country, and updated restrictions to limit further exposure to the virus, could slow the biofuel industry's recovery. more
Recent silver linings have come accompanied by simple math for local health officials. more
A farmer, a planter and his crops. That's David Bruntz's life broken down to common denominators. more
At approximately 5:55 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 25, the Seward County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to a two-vehicle accident on Highway 6 west of 266th road. more
The Seward Community Blood Bank has scheduled a stop for Wednesday, Dec. 9, at Harvest Hall at the Seward County Fairgrounds from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. more
Seward's Junto Wine was chosen as one of 22 wineries to participate in the Nebraska Wine Passport, sponsored by the Milford-based Nebraska Winery and Grape Growers Association. more
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