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An acreage in rural Milford is an oasis for unique critters and handmade treats. Visitors to Anchor Meadow Farm, operated by Emely and Matt Hendl, will first notice a special breed of pigs. The … more
As American troops leave Afghanistan, veterans of the Afghan war are watching with concern for friends they made while they served in Afghanistan. Gerald “Jerry” Meyer of Seward is one … more
Early numbers from the 2020 United States Census show manageable growth in Seward County. According to preliminary results released by the United States Census Bureau in August, the population in … more
Covid case counts are on the rise, and the needle is back in the red in the Four Corners Health Department. Laura McDougall, executive director of Four Corners, said the last time the district was … more
Dr. Bernard Bull was installed as Concordia University, Nebraska's 11th president on Aug. 22 during the university's opening service at St. John Lutheran Church in Seward. Bull was installed by … more
The City of Seward is again expecting to maintain its tax levy for the 2021-22 fiscal year.  The proposed budget calls for the total levy to remain at 35.3 cents per $100 of assessed value. … more
Five-year-old Riley Schranz has a secret stash of snacks and treats in her Seward home, but they aren't for her. Every Thursday and Friday, when the garbage and recycling haulers arrive at Riley's … more
The next chapter in Our Redeemer Lutheran School's history began Sunday. Our Redeemer Lutheran Church and School on Sunday, Aug. 15 celebrated a ribbon cutting and open house for the new Ministry … more
Seth Ford always had a passion for education and working with young people. Ford, who graduated from Bertrand in 2005, is the new superintendent at Centennial Public Schools. He said the draw of … more
After a long overnight trip from the Southern United States border, Nebraska’s first district Rep. Jeff Fortenberry visited Seward and spoke at the Rotary meeting on Aug. 11. Fortenberry … more
Seward will have a few new faces around as Dr. Bernard Bull starts his first year as Concordia University’s president. Bull comes to Seward with his wife Joyanna, to whom he has been married … more
The Seward City Council recently approved the appointment of a new councilman. Matt Stryson was appointed Aug. 3 to fill a vacant seat left by former councilman Chris Schmit, who resigned in July … more
With another surge in Covid cases in Nebraska, many Nebraska colleges and universities are reexamining their Covid-19 protocols for the upcoming school year. Concordia University will not be … more
The Seward City Council recently approved the appointment of a new councilman. Matt Stryson was appointed Aug. 3 to fill a vacant seat left by former councilman Chris Schmit, who resigned in July … more
A new petition called Illuminate Seward is attempting to light up downtown. Gregg Nelson, owner of Rue 6 and Squire Wards, described what the petition is fighting for. “A bunch of the … more
After working in the health care field for 15 years, Seward resident Kelly Haney knew she needed change in her life. “I knew that my passion in life was somewhere else,” Haney said. … more
Doug Brand loves the fair. For 46 years, Brand has served on the fair board and helped put the Seward County Fair together every summer.  While some members of the board work closer to the … more
Five-year-old Evelyn Greisen sat on her mother Jody’s lap, sipping a juice pouch, before shyly answering what she wants to see on her family’s trip to South Dakota this … more
Blue Valley Community Action is moving. The business, currently located on the square, is moving to The Rock Lutheran Church on 237 S. 3rd St. Blue Valley has been helping low-income individuals … more
The Seward County Fair is back for its 151st year from Aug. 5-8. Themed, “there's so much more outside your door,” the fair concert will feature Parker McColllum, Flatland Cavalry, … more
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