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Two Seward business owners joined forces with artists in the community to create a 500-piece puzzle featuring buildings in the town. The puzzles are on sale for $19.99. Carla Ketner from Chapters … more
Centennial Elementary School will have a new principal in 2022-23. The CPS school board accepted the resignation of Ken Booth, current elementary principal, at its Jan. 10 meeting. “We … more
As statewide COVID-19 case numbers continue to rise, so to do numbers in Seward County. Mallory Gibreal, director of service development at Memorial Health Care Systems in Seward, said MHCS is … more
Seward High School sophomore Alma Fredriksson, 17, came to Nebraska as a foreign exchange student from Gothenburg, Sweden. She is hosted by Brady and Jill Johnson and has four host siblings. She … more
Shannon Arena, previously a 911 dispatcher for Seward County, was hired as Seward’s new Community Service Officer on Dec. 13. Seward Police Chief Brian Peters said he and the rest of the … more
If you’re curious what kind of effect a substitute fourth-grade teacher can have on a young life, just ask Charlotte Baldinger. Baldinger will retire from a nearly 43-year career at the … more
For the second year in a row, the Concordia Invitational Tournament (CIT) has been put on hold. In a collective decision made by the administrations of the participating Concordias, the 2022 CIT has … more
While the Omicron variant has not made its way into the Four Corners Health Department, officials are just waiting. Laura McDougall, executive director of Four Corners, said Dec. 30 the … more
The holidays are wrapping up and it’s time to take down the decorations. If you had a holiday tree this year, you can take it to the Seward Recycling Center at 340 S. Seventh … more
New year. New owner. Same commitment. On Jan. 1, Kevin Zadina of Seward officially became the owner of the Seward Independent group, five newspapers in Seward and Saline counties. Although the … more
Not a lot has changed in the Four Corners Health District when it comes to Covid-19. “We’re still hovering at the same level,” Laura McDougall, Four Corners executive director, … more
The Seward School Board looked at possible options for mental health support for the school and discussed the Nebraska Student-Centered Assessment System results. The board decided that it would … more
The Nebraska State Legislation is set to meet for their second session from Jan. 5 to April 20. From the January to April stretch, the legislation will be meeting for 60 of those days. Dist. 24 … more
The power is out at the North Pole, and Santa Claus and his elves need your help. That’s the premise for the North Pole Adventure at Seward Memorial Library over the Christmas … more
Fresh out of high school in 1974, a young Dave Wood took a job as a dispatcher with the Seward County Sheriff’s Office. Forty-seven years later, almost to the day, Captain Dave Wood will retire … more
The annual Seward Rotary Home Holiday Outdoor Lighting Contest was held Dec. 5. The holiday outdoor lighting and decorated homes in the Greater Seward Area were judged by a group delegation from the … more
On Wednesday, Dec. 8, at approximately 11:17 p.m., deputies from the Seward County HSI CITF-W Task Force stopped a car hauler tractor trailer eastbound on I-80 at the Seward interchange. Eight … more
The Blue River Pet Rescue is in need of more funding and support from the community. Blue River Pet Rescue, a no kill shelter, provides care for animals without homes in Seward and surrounding … more
What should be the future look and feel of downtown Milford? Community members' input on that question will be factored in as a Milford Downtown Revitalization plan for the city is underway. As … more
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