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About 140 signatures on an unofficial petition prompted the Seward City Council to authorize the removal of a speed bump that has been in place less than a year on East Seward Street. Nearly 40 … more
A vehicle search uncovered meth, fentanyl and  a stolen firearm on Interstate 80 March 4. A deputy with the Seward County Sheriff’s Office Interdiction Task Force conducted a stop for … more
A high-speed pursuit led to the arrest of one Canadian man March 4. A deputy with the Seward County Sheriff’s Office Interdiction Task Force attempted a traffic stop on a Chevy Tahoe for … more
Approximately 75 bales were lost in an early morning hay fire March 2 west of Staplehurst. The fire was reported to 911 around 2:07 a.m., according to Chelsea Smith, public information officer … more
Seward County Sheriff Mike Vance has been fined $1,000 for wearing his uniform in a political campaign ad which also featured three other law enforcement officials in uniform last spring. Action … more
A current Malcolm High senior wrote and published a book as a way for her to deal with negative issues in the world and achieve a life long dream. Pink Moon Rising: Pieces of Jane, written by … more
The Nebraska State Patrol has received information regarding several false reports of school shootings that have been placed to 911 call centers across Nebraska this morning. There is no credible … more
It seems no one wants to build Seward’s new water tower. At least, not yet. The Seward City Council approved letting the project out for a second round of bidding Feb. 21 after a first … more
The Seward Wellness Center is getting closer to completion, but it will still be awhile before the groundbreaking. City Administrator Greg Butcher updated the city council at its Feb. 21 … more
Dr. Van and Becky Vahle of Seward were presented with the History Nebraska Heritage Hero Award at the Cattle Bank and Trust 150th celebration in Lincoln Feb. 25. The award was created by the … more
“Do you have any books on chess?” Ellie Tempel asked. Centennial School Librarian Jessica Breitkreutz didn’t think so. That exchange was the beginning of the Centennial … more
Singing in front of people is hard. Add to that the atmosphere of a state tournament, and nerves can take over. Not for Audrey Dobesh, though. The Seward High senior performed the National … more
Seward High introduced a new video board for the final few home games of the 2022-23 season, and officials are looking forward to showing what it can do in the 2023-24 volleyball and basketball … more
A director soon will be hired to run Seward’s new wellness center. The city council approved an ordinance Feb. 7 creating an executive director position for the wellness center. The … more
At its Feb. 7 meeting, the Seward City Council: • approved the mayor’s appointment of Brandon Koll of Dorchester as the city’s new water/wastewater director. Koll … more
The City of Seward earned good marks on its annual audit for the 2021-22 fiscal year. Marcy J. Luth of AMGL CPAs and Advisors presented the audit report to the city council via Zoom on Feb. 7. … more
With February being Nebraska 4-H month, the Seward County Extension will hold events throughout the month to celebrate everyone in 4-H for what they do. Brittney Emerson, Seward County Extension … more
After Bob Dahms, former Seward County treasurer, retired after 35 years of service, a new treasurer has stepped into office and thinks things are going well so far. Jacob Zlatkovsky, originally … more
Hundreds of student musicians from 92 high schools in Nebraska were part of the University of Nebraska at Kearney’s honor choir and band Jan. 30. Among them were 19 students from Seward … more
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