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Four local bands will come together to celebrate music as an artform during the Fifth Street Summer Music Series in Seward. The series kicks off at the Seward Bandshell on Saturday, June 10, … more
Larry Lawton, who celebrated his 82nd birthday on May 28, has been working for the Pleasant Dale Volunteer Fire Department since 1968 – and he’s still going out on calls. After … more
The Seward community will welcome more than 300 cyclists on Friday, June 9, as they stay the night before beginning the final leg of the 41st Bicycle Ride Across Nebraska. Live music, a free … more
An artist and professor at Concordia University continues to paint murals around Seward including his newest, a patriotic mural at 210 Alvo Road. Seth Boggs, originally from Neligh, knew he … more
Seward resident Danna Seevers, 56, was among six people arrested May 19 at the Nebraska State Capitol during a debate on LB 574, which legislators ultimately passed, restricting abortion and … more
Seward County has received $756,000 in Rural Workforce Housing funds from the Nebraska Department of Economic Development. Along with the required 50% match from local contributors, a total of … more
A fire broke out at Subway Motors, an automotive business at 115 S. Highway 6 in Milford, around 8 a.m. Wednesday, May 10. Milford Fire Chief Jeremy Dinges said no one was injured in the fire. … more
Area residents may respond to a proposed $130 million expansion project on Interstate 80 until June 3. The Nebraska Department of Transportation has proposed rebuilding and expanding I-80 from … more
Donors showed up big for the second annual Seward County Gives campaign, raising almost $290,000 for 38 organizations during five days of giving. “Everybody is truly grateful,” said … more
Linemen and supervisors at Seward’s city electric department will receive a $10 per hour boost in pay in an effort to keep the city’s lights on. The city council approved the … more
The cost estimate for Seward’s new wastewater treatment facility has seen a sharp spike over the past year, bringing the estimate to a whopping $38.8 million – about $14 million higher … more
Shelly Smetter has been dancing since kindergarten and teaching since high school. April 16 was her final dance recital. “I started dancing when I was 5,” she said. She went to a … more
Changes to initial plans for the Seward Wellness Center could result in significant cost savings. City Administrator Greg Butcher gave an update April 18 on the center’s progress thus … more
Seward County Gives kicks off May 1 for five days of giving toward 40 organizations across Seward County. Organizers of the campaign hope to top the $162,000 raised for 24 organizations last year … more
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