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Dr. Mitch Kubicek will be the next superintendent of Milford Public Schools. The MPS Board of Education unanimously approved his hiring Jan. 10, the same night current superintendent Kevin …

Dangerous weather plagued much of Nebraska Jan. 11 and 12, leaving many Seward County residents stuck in their homes for a couple of days. Gov. Jim Pillen declared a state of emergency Saturday, …

The Seward County Road Department will not be clearing county roads until weather conditions improve, according to the county commissioners. "The Seward County Road Department continues to operate …

After unprecedented gridlock dominated her first session in 2023, Sen. Jana Hughes is hoping for a better rhythm in the Nebraska Legislature this session. State senators convened at the Capitol …

When Dr. Robert Wergin joined the medical staff at Memorial Health Care System 28 years ago, it was like coming home. There was a time when he and his four brothers played football on the lot …

Patrick Vyhnalek of Seward tries to dig out from the heavy snowstorm that hit the area Jan. 8. " I don't mind light snow," Vyhnalek said, "but this heavy, wet snow is a pain!"

The Utica Village Board will vote Monday, Jan. 8, on whether to allow a bond issue for a new near $4 million swimming pool on the May 14 primary election ballot. The board meeting is open to the …

Due to the difficulty in finding attorneys who will run for – or accept an appointment as – Seward County’s public defender, Seward County Commissioners have taken the first step …

Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol responded to nearly 150 weather-related incidents on Nebraska roadways on Christmas Day, according to a report from the NSP. Several of those were just …

LB840 will be renewed for another decade as voters approved the measure in a mail-in election Dec. 12. The vote on the Local Option Municipal Economic Development Act passed with 1,370 votes in …

Mike Stewart is alive today because of the quick action of Seward Police Officer Zachary Pilcher. Pilcher used an AED machine to shock Stewart’s heart after he went into cardiac distress …

Summit Contracting broke ground Nov. 28 on its Nebraska headquarters in Seward. Speakers at the ceremony included Summit Contracting's CEO Tyler Samuelson, President Jerad Hutchens, South Region …

Construction students from Southeast Community College have contributed to another childcare option in Milford with the completion of their latest school project – a three-bedroom ranch-style …

After 41 years of serving as the Seward Court Magistrate, Sheila Beins has finally retired to have more time to do things she’s always wanted to do. Beins’ last day was on Dec. 15 as …

Memorial Health Care Systems’ Child Development Center in Seward recently reached Step 5, the top tier, in the statewide Step Up to Quality program for childcare. The program provides a …

Seward County Board of Commissioners on Dec. 5 questioned whether Matzke Highway/County Road 238 can handle increased traffic as an Interstate 80 detour in 2024 in its current condition. The …

Last year, it caught some by surprise. Now, the Malcolm drama troupe has everyone’s attention. While they came up short of repeating as state champions, another Class A state trophy …

Ag producers in Seward County can help provide more quality childcare options for families by donating grain this December. Farmers Cooperative, in collaboration with the Seward County Chamber …

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