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An incident involving an overdrawn lunch account at Seward High Dec. 15 sparked controversy over the weekend, eventually leading to the temporary shutdown of the Seward (Nebraska) Community Chat … more
Turns out it was good enough. More than good enough to make history. When the Malcolm drama cast and crew – all 116 of them – hoisted the state championship trophy for play production … more
At its Dec. 6 meeting, the Seward City Council: • held a moment of silence for Tim Richtig, head of the water and wastewater department, who died Nov. 29 after battling pancreatic cancer. … more
Prize money totaling $1,350 and expert feedback from area entrepreneurs will help five new local businesses get started. Ten teams pitched their ideas in the final round of the C3 Concordia … more
Originally selling all of their stuff to move to Hawaii, Seward residents Emma and Riggin Rixstine decided to travel the world with their two children instead. “Once we were selling our … more
It’s been a fun first semester for Rochelle Geiger. The Centennial Elementary counselor has settled in and is building a new program in the district. “I’m very excited to … more
The City of Seward’s cemeteries are making it easier than ever to find and remember loved ones.  The City of Seward owns three cemeteries: The Seward Cemetery, The Anderson Cemetery … more
The Seward County Extension office recently hired a new early childhood educator who is looking forward to bringing her teaching experiences and her interests in human development into the … more
Less than a week after winning the District 24 legislative seat, Jana Hughes was in orientation. “Here we go,” she said Nov. 15. “I’ve hardly had time to be excited about … more
It’s the hail’s fault. The June 14 storm decimated the silhouette lights around downtown Seward. They were scheduled to be replaced with new LED lights anyway, thanks to the … more
St. John Lutheran Church in Seward will continue to seat people around the table to feast on its annual Thanksgiving dinner at noon on Thanksgiving day. The dinner will be open to the public. … more
The 2022 midterm election brought in a large number of Seward County voters according to Seward County Clerk Sherry Schweitzer. “We had almost 6,800 people vote,” she said. … more
After 44 years as a bus driver and mechanic, Del Luebbe has retired from Seward Public Schools. Luebbe grew up in Garland on his family’s farm and now lives in Seward. Luebbe started … more
A junior at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln majoring in agriculture education and originally from Staplehurst earned the highest degree achievable in the National FFA Organization. Megan … more
It’s coming up on two years since Joshua Brumm died. He was 24 when he died of injuries suffered in a skiing accident. Joshua was a graduate of Seward High who loved working with special … more
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