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Coinciding with Public Health Thank You Day on Nov. 23, Nebraska's local health department directors hosted a virtual press conference regarding the coronavirus. more
The Milford Kiwanis Club is hosting Santa Saturday on Dec. 5 from 9-11 a.m. at Milford Elementary School. more
The Seward County Board of Commissioners met Nov. 17 with its newest District One commissioner, Misty Ahmic. more
From Sept. 21 through Nov. 18 the county has accounted for 881 cases. That's 77% of the county's cases happening in 25% of the time elapsed since the pandemic's beginning. more
When Van Siang Mawi and his team of sushi chefs first approached Paul Mueller about opening a location inside the Seward Pac 'N' Save, Mueller balked. It just didn't seem worth it at the time. more
Members of the agriculture community have started speculating on members of president-elect Joe Biden's administration. more
Dr. Daryl Hackbart knew fundraising efforts for the Seward Kiwanis Club's annual Backpack Program was down because the typical Empty Soup Bowl Luncheon fundraiser was canceled because of safety concerns. So he wanted to do what he could to help. more
Seward County's outbreak of coronavirus exposure continued for another week and, for the first time in months, residents in the county have died of COVID-related illness. more
The Seward City Council discussed and carried motions on numerous items during its Nov. 17 meeting in the Seward Civic Center basement. more
Possible tax increment financing on a planned subdivision south of Seward consumed the majority of Seward City Council's Nov. 17 meeting. more
Seward County's COVID-19 situation is anticipated to worsen. And the end is not near. Memorial Health Care Systems CEO Roger Reamer gave a blunt assessment at the Nov. 12 Four Corners Health Department briefing. “We have planned for this a long time,” he said. “The storm is here. We're in the middle of the storm.” more
When the coronavirus first crept into Nebraska, the Brashear family of Seward decided it would abide by health recommendations and wear face coverings. They wore masks when they went to get groceries and on their way to work. They wore masks all summer except when they were at home. more
Cities, villages, schools and businesses continue to reel as COVID-19 cases in Seward County continue to mount. more
Seward Middle School was still able to host its annual Veterans Day Program on Nov. 11 through a pandemic and all the directed health measures it brought. more
Seward resident Dr. Van Vahle recently received the University of Nebraska Medical Center's Distinguished Alumnus Award. more
For the past two weeks, sporting a reflective vest has become second nature to Gene Curtis. more
We recognize that this is a challenging time. As individuals, we are bombarded with messages surrounding COVID-19 and making decisions that will protect ourselves and our families. As a professional health care organization, we are challenged to educate our patients, be empathetic to our colleagues and serve as the source of truth for our community. more
When Christina Marroquin voiced her teenage opinions at home, her mother would always tell her to “save it for the courtroom.” She never wanted to be a judge but now, after gaining one of the state's highest legal honors, she thought maybe her mother's words planted a seed. more
The Seward County Chamber and Development Partnership announced Ron and Annette Wallman will be the 2020 Grand Marshals of the tenth annual Lighted Evening Christmas Parade. Unlike previous years, this year's parade will be held as a reverse parade with floats stationed at five locations throughout Seward for safe viewing. more
Seward Rotary Club President Brady Johnson presented a check to Seward County Historical Society Museum board member Sue Imig to become a lifetime member of the Seward County Historical Society Museum. more
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