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Dry ground conditions and high winds have contributed to multiple fires over the past month. Seward County has spent several days under a Red Flag warning, meaning conditions are right for fires … more
On Thursday, April 14, at approximately 11 p.m., a K9 handler with the Seward County Homeland Security Investigations Criminal Interdiction Task Force - West initiated a traffic stop on … more
A preliminary plat for the new 170-lot Prairie View subdivision east of Seward was approved at the Seward City Council’s April 5 meeting. Bob Benes of Aspen Builders in Lincoln brought the … more
The City of Seward has opened bids for two new wells to be drilled south of town in search of better quality water. “The city’s wells currently have high nitrates in them,” said … more
Highway 15 will be under construction in the spring of 2024 for reconstruction and widening in some areas. Select stakeholders were invited to a meeting with city officials and the Nebraska … more
Each senator in the Nebraska Legislature has a chance to influence the debate in the legislative session because each is able to choose a priority bill. A priority bill is generally considered … more
Eight potential solutions for traffic problems in the area of East Seward Street and North Columbia Avenue were proposed at a recent meeting between city officials and residents who live along those … more
At approximately 3:15 a.m. on Thursday, March 31, the Seward County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to a single vehicle crash on I-80 near mile marker 381.The preliminary investigation shows … more
Passing a stopped school bus with its red lights flashing and stop arm out is a misdemeanor that comes with a $500 fine and points assessed against the driver’s license. It can come with an … more
Concordia University, Nebraska recently announced the endowment of the university's business department by Paul H. and Mary Ann Koehler with a gift of $2.5 million, the largest endowment gift in the … more
Centennial High presented "Shrek" as its musical this year. "Shrek" is the story of an ogre whose swamp is invaded by fairytale creatures displaced from their homes. To get his swamp and peace and … more
Seward High School presented "Willy Wonka" as its annual musical March 18-20. The story follows Charlie Bucket, who finds a Golden Ticket at the last minute and is allowed to tour Willy Wonka's … more
The Kiwanis Club of Seward recognized the Roth family of Roth Aerial Spraying and Wes and Marilyn Eberspacher at the 54th annual Ag Recognition Banquet March 21. Wes Eberspacher Family Farms … more
Four local law enforcement personnel may have violated state law by appearing in an election campaign ad in uniform. The Charles W. Herbster campaign told media last week it decided to pull one of … more
“Every life is significant. Every life has a story to be told. Let us help you tell that story.” This was the philosophy that Bill Lauber followed in about 30 years of operating … more
Steve Borer has worn a lot of hats. He’s been a coach, a track starter, an athletic director and an author. Now he can add hall of fame member to the list. “It was a … more
We know our family stories – why Uncle Fred won’t eat peas, how Aunt Maude learned to drive, when Grandpa thought he was yelling at an intruder but it was just a stump. Suzanne Ohlmann … more
A 170-lot housing subdivision is on hold after the Seward City Council tabled approval of its preliminary plat at the March 1 meeting. Residents who live along East Seward Street raised concerns … more
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