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Timothy DeWaard appeared in person at the Seward County Justice Center on Nov. 4 for his election to a preliminary hearing. DeWaard's attorney, Nancy Peterson of Lincoln, sat beside him at the … more
Seward County eclipsed its total number of voters from 2016 with a 81% turnout for the 2020 General Election. more
Seward County accrued its highest single-week total of new coronavirus cases, skyrocketing pass the former mark of 136 with 212 cases between Oct. 31-Nov. 6, Four Corners Health Department said. more
Kevin Hall just sold his last McDonald's franchise and now he's ready to dive into Seward. more
There are two ways of looking at the Four Corners Health District's recent two-week stretch dating back to Oct. 15, department executive director Laura McDougall said in the Oct. 29 briefing. And one of those ways involves positivity. more
Angel McMullen-Gunn's last work trip to Singapore was, in a way, born out of an act of rebellion. more
Concordia University’s nationally accredited music department will soon have a new first-class collaboration, practice and study center for students and faculty. more
Ben Benson said he wouldn't believe the conversations he's had in the last week if he thought of them when he co-founded Big Cob Hybrids 11 years ago. more
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Andrew Wheeler announced that the EPA is approving five-year registrations for two dicamba products and extending the registration of an additional dicamba product. All three registrations include new control measures to ensure the products can be effectively used while protecting the environment, animals and other crops not tolerant to dicamba. more
The Nebraska State Chamber of Commerce hosted a three-day DC Fly-In Virtual Hill Visits from Oct. 27-29, which gave elected representatives a chance to talk about Nebraska's continued growth to prominent members of Nebraska's business sector. more
Photos of the winners of the 2020 Halloween Costume Contest hosted by Seward Rotary Club at the bandshell. more
A special letter to Seward County's public authored by Seward Mayor Josh Eickmeier, Memorial Health Care Systems CEO Roger Reamer, Concordia University Interim President Rev. Dr. Russ Sommerfeld, Seward Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Joshua Fields, St. John Lutheran School Principal Amber Fiala, and St. Vincent de Paul Catholic School Principal Denise Ray. more
Outside of a face covering discussion, the Seward City Council meeting on Oct. 20 alternated its attention between its business sector and its residential sector. more
Seward resident Joel Brase brings vision of Friday night football to Lincoln Lutheran. more
Councilmember Jessica Kolterman described the crowd at the Oct. 20 Seward City Council meeting as one of the larger ones she'd seen. Late arrivals had to set up their own folding chairs in the back … more
With a frail voice after enduring a final full-body radiation treatment just hours earlier, Pam Walz recapped her multi-year fight with cancer that lead her to that very hospital room. more
When production and ethanol plants reduced capacity, local meat lockers filled their calendars, and local dairies dumped milk because tanks filled with no place to go, Jisa Farms never wavered. The local dairy continued to produce because they simply had to. more
The Seward County Board of Commissioners discussed filling commissioner Mike Mundhenke’s office liaisons until a replacement can be found. more
The Four Corners Health Department confirmed 85 new cases of coronavirus in Seward County between Oct. 17-25. That brings the total number in the county up to 474 – 151 in the past two weeks. … more
The Lancaster County Sheriff's Office confirmed 9-year-old Gunnar Holte of Seward died in a hunting accident early Oct. 25 near Branched Oak Lake. Capt. Tom Brookhouser said that Matthew Holte and … more
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