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A year after Covid-19 altered the approach to the annual Goehner Spaghetti Feed, the crowd was back in abundance March 6 in the Seward County community. For the 65th time, the Goehner Volunteer … more
Adam Boro saw the travel challenge on TikTok – throw a map at a dart (yes, you read that right) and go where the hole is. “I thought, ‘I want to do that,’” he said … more
Roger Pletcher opened the doors to his third restaurant last week, and so far, business is off to a good start. “I’m just grateful for the community,” Pletcher said, sitting at a … more
The Upper Big Blue Natural Resources District is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year as it continues to work to protect Nebraska’s natural resources. This year, the Upper Big Blue NRD … more
As tensions rose and Russia began bombing Ukraine last week, U.S. officials had mixed feelings about whether the U.S. should intervene. U.S. Sen. Deb Fischer (R-Neb.) gave her take on the … more
A new $400,000 round of Community Development Block Grant funding will soon be available for more downtown revitalization projects in Seward. A kick-off meeting for this, Seward’s third … more
Seward residents will get to vote on whether to implement a one-half-cent sales tax to fund a portion of the construction and furnishing of an $18 million city-run wellness center. The city … more
Milford residents may be concerned about a wave of nitrates in city water, but the city water department says there’s nothing to worry about at this time. City staff went door-to-door the … more
The goal of a student council is to make your school better. Some councils are more active than others, and some take the opportunity to improve more than their own school. Two members of … more
Milford will soon have 21 new apartments for rent. Work will begin on transforming the old Crestview Care Center into $2.5 million apartment housing after the Milford City Council approved a … more
The Seward Memorial Library held a Harry Potter Adventure night Feb. 3, celebrating the 25th anniversary of the release of the book “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.” Kids … more
New “bricks” are on the horizon for sidewalks in downtown Seward. The Seward City Council considered plans for replacing or repairing the ornamental brick inlays along the outer … more
It’s no coincidence that Joy Huber’s name is full of exuberance. She’s using her name – and her experiences as a stage four cancer survivor – to help others through a … more
COVID-19 case numbers continue to be on the radar for staff at Seward Public Schools. Dr. Josh Fields, district superintendent, said Jan. 17 they watch the numbers carefully, especially when it … more
Phil Wurst has been a fixture in Seward for 70 years. The youngest of four, he was born in 1934 and raised south of Goehner. In 1946, the family moved to a home three miles east of Milford, and he … more
“I vewy happy.” That was the honest emotion expressed by 3-year-old Luca upon seeing his dad, Travis Ferguson, after the Air Force Chaplain's seven-month deployment to the Middle … more
At approximately 2:45 p.m. on Jan. 22, the Seward County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to a single-vehicle rollover near 210th Road between Bluff Road and McKelvie Road. Preliminary … more
Rev. Amos Gray, the executive director of High Impact Movement, spoke at Concordia University Jan. 18 about his message, “Remembering the Stories, A Son Remembers,” in honor of Martin … more
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