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BREAKING: Effective immediately, the Seward County Courthouse and Justice Center are closed to the public until further notice to remain proactive in fighting COVID-19. Offices will be open during … more
After much speculation regarding the future of the Nebraska Legislature, Speaker Jim Scheer announced in a statement Monday morning that the current session would not reconvene Tuesday and is … more
That’s how many people the government is recommending for gatherings at this time: 10 or fewer.The City of Seward issued a statement the afternoon of March 16, based on advice from the World Health … more
“With all the heavy snow last night, my kids and I decided we better take advantage and make a snowman,” Keith Wintz of Seward said March 14. “We got the three standard snowballs made and … more
The Nebraska National Guard Museum is following guidance and closing its doors because of the Coronavirus outbreak. The museum shuttered operations on March 16 at noon and will remain closed until … more
Cattle Bank and Trust in Seward and Lincoln is making changes to its day-to-day operations to keep customers and employees healthy with regard to COVID-19. "Given recommendations from the Centers … more
The City of Seward has closed its buildings to the public, though staff are still available to help local residents. See the graphics about closures at City Hall and the Municipal Building. In … more
Concordia University, Nebraska today announced that starting Monday, March 23, courses will be delivered exclusively online for the remainder of the spring semester. There will be no face-to-face … more
“One piece of good news is that the hospital and clinics won’t be closing. That doesn’t happen in our business,” said Roger Reamer, CEO of Memorial Health Care Systems in Seward, Milford and … more
Dr. Josh Fields, superintendent of Seward Public Schools, said schools currently are operating as normal, though the district is planning for the effects of COVID-19.“That could change tomorrow or … more
UPDATED 4:06 p.m. March 12Concordia University in Seward announced Thursday afternoon, March 12, that it is extending spring break an additional week because of COVID-19 concerns.The announcement … more
It is nice to do something for a good cause and maybe get some fun exercise out of it. For 10 years, the Bee Buzz Run has brought together runners and walkers from the surrounding areas to raise … more
Lenore A. MeyerAug. 29, 1948 – Feb. 26, 2020Lenore Ann Meyer was born at home on Aug. 29, 1948, in Milford to Delmar and Violet (Stutzman) Roth and passed away on Feb. 26, 2020, in Lincoln at the … more
For the Seward bandshell, it’s out with the old and in with the new. The flooring of the Seward Bandshell will be new and improved this spring. Pat Herrold of the Seward Municipal Band approached … more
The Seward City Council approved a resolution approving a bid and engineering services for the Karol Kay Boulevard Extension project at tonight's meeting. The approval came on a 5-3 vote, with … more
Concordia University in Seward is reaching out a helping hand to students affected by the closure of its sister school, Concordia University - Portland in Oregon.CU - Portland, one of nine Concordias … more
Sen. John McCollister of Omaha is hoping to get new rules to help map legislative districts along with the new census in 2020 and beyond.McCollister spoke at the Seward County League of Women … more
The Concordia Fieldhouse was one site in the Seward Showcase youth basketball tournament Feb. 1-2, with youngsters playing on three courts at once across the infield of the indoor track. The event … more
Table after table of teams in costume filled the Seward County Ag Pavilion Jan. 31 for the 10th annual Trivia Night, hosted by the St. John Lutheran School Parent-Teacher League. Contestants worked … more
One leaf at a time.One life at a time.A woman with ties to Seward had a hand in decorating a float that appeared in the Tournament of Roses Parade on New Year’s Day.Sarah Mullen, the granddaughter … more
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