Surely a Monday the 13th won't be as bad as a Friday the 13th.

Tabitha will host a grief support group the second Tuesday of each month at 5 p.m. at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Seward. Call (402) 362-7739 to register. The next meeting will be Tuesday, May 14.

The Milford Color Run, sponsored by 2020 Close-Up, will be Tuesday, May 14, at Milford High. The one-mile and 5K races will begin at 5:30 p.m. near the practice field at MHS. T-shirt pickup starts at 4 p.m. in the commons area. Entry fees are $15 for students through 12th grade and $20 for adults. Registration was due by May 2.

The Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support Group will meet the second Tuesday of each month. The group is open to anyone who has a family member dealing with dementia. The meeting will be Tuesday, May 14, at 7 p.m. at Brookdale Heartland Park.

Sheriff Mike Vance will talk about his position as sheriff and answer questions at the Seward Senior Center Wednesday, May 15, at 12:30 p.m.

The community is invited to take an afternoon break and relax in front of the big screen in the lower level conference room at Seward Memorial Library. Enjoy a new release feature film on Wednesday, May 15, at 1:15 p.m. Contact the library at (402) 643-3318 for specific movie titles.

Weekend scoreboard

The Seward baseball team lost its state opener May 10, falling to Hastings 12-2. The Jays will play Mount Michael Benedictine Monday at 10 a.m. in an elimination game at Werner Park.

The state track meet will be Friday and Saturday, May 18 and 19, with athletes from across the state vying for gold medals. Local athletes competing are:

from Seward - Keegan Beisel, 1600m, 3200m; girls 4x100 relay (Shantel Koranda, Jordin Battaglia, Emilee Rech, Kennedy Goldsmith); Brooke Meyer, high jump

Davon Brees, 100m, 200m; Reece Foreman, 300h, long jump; boys 4x100 relay (Wyatt Warner, Reece Foreman, Davon Brees, Gabe Knisley); Ethan Ideus, 1600m; Gabe Knisley, long jump, triple jump; Trey Dickey, discus; Chase Berry, pole vault

from Milford - girls 4x800 relay (Celia Bontrager, Caitlin Adams, Abbie McGuire, Callie Carraher); Sydney Stelling, 100m; Ashley Kroese, 3200m; Chloe Kolb, high jump; Jessica Hollist, pole vault

Cade Houk, pole vault

from Centennial - Lilly Cast, 100h, triple jump; Kate Hirschfeld, 400m, triple jump; Daylee Dey, 800m; Brooklyn Gierhan, high jump

boys 4x800 relay (Gavin Dutton-Mofford, Joel Bargen, Jack Hirschfeld, Chris Medow); Will Saunders, 110h; Ryan Payne, 3200m; Justin Slawnyk, shot put; Quinn Butzke, shot put, discus; Garrett Fehlhafer, discus; Cooper Gierhan, pole vault

from Malcolm - girls 4x800 relay (Reagan Wondercheck, Jaiden Helms, Laura Reiling, McKenzie Teten); Brooklyn Minzel, 100h, long jump, triple jump; Bailey Virus, 100m, 200m; Jaiden Helms, 400m; Logan Thomas, 1600m, 3200m; Reagan Wondercheck, 3200m; girls 4x100 relay (Bailey Virus, Morgan Heywood, Brooklyn Minzel, Grace Schleining); girls 4x400 relay (Jaiden Helms, Josephine Holliday, Katherine Lewis, Laura Reiling); MacKenna Witte, shot put, discus

boys 4x800 relay (John Swotek, John Boesen, Ty Brockhaus, Noah Twohig); John Boesen, 3200m; Noah Twohig, 3200m; Devyn Beekman, 800m, 1600m; boys 4x100 relay (Katon Thomas, Jackson Eurek, Wyatt Loga, Kyle Henson); Dillon Beach, 1600m; John Swotek, 1600m; Wyatt Loga, high jump

Showers and thunderstorms. Highs in the low 70s and lows in the low 60s.

Today

73° 60°

Showers and thunderstorms. Highs in the low 70s and lows in the low 60s.

Humidity:
89%
Cloud Coverage:
%
Wind:
NE at 12 mph
Chance of Rain:
80%
UV Index:
3 Moderate
Sunrise:
06:44:24 AM
Sunset:
08:18:31 PM

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