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A fire in rural Milford destroyed a camper and led to the death of a pet inside. Travis Fougeron, First Assistant Chief for the Milford Volunteer Fire Department, said that Milford and Pleasant … more
The Pleasant Dale American Legion Auxiliary recently claimed a national award for its attention to area education. The Auxiliary and Unit Education Chairman, Linda Anderson, were named the … more
Funeral homes provide a setting in which families can say their final goodbyes to loved ones and provide closure to many. During the COVID-19 pandemic, a time when sickness and death skyrocketed … more
The Milford High School NASP archery team had an extremely successful state competition.  For the first time ever Milford had students and a team finish in the Top 10 at state. In fact, the … more
Before construction even began, the new ministry center at Our Redeemer Lutheran Church and School proved it could weather any storm. The Our Redeemer Church and Ministry Center, located across the street from the current location in Staplehurst, will feature classrooms, a chapel, kitchen and commons area. The school will move its operations to the new facility in time for the fall semester. more
Malcolm junior Cyrena Miller's photograph from her grandpa's farm recently won an award for its visual appeal, but the meaning behind the snapshot lies far beneath its contrasting colors. more
An annual event to bring hope and awareness to the fight for suicide prevention will take a different format this year. more
On March 10, Donald Polcyn, 28, of Utica entered pleas on three counts of third-degree assault, a Class I misdemeanor, and one count of obstructing government operations, also a Class I misdemeanor. He initially faced charges of manslaughter, a Class IIA felony and terroristic threats, a Class IIA felony following an incident that resulted in the death of a Lincoln man on Jan. 1, 2020, in Utica. The charges were reduced in exchange for a guilty plea. more
Rachel Borges really loves her job. She thrives on the chaos that comes with being an emergency 911 dispatcher for both Seward and York County Communication Centers. But nothing in her three years in the position could prepare her for an incident that took place on Feb. 12. more
On March 17, 2020, the Nebraska National Guard Museum closed its doors in response to the outbreak of COVID-19. It remained fully shuttered until June 12 with mitigation procedures in place. With … more
Bottle Rocket Brewing cans hit shelves across Nebraska for the first time in the brewery’s five-year existence last week, checking off a goal the owners had circled since its first day. more
Matt Starkey has seen a variety of service. From Desert Storm as a medic to National Guard to Veterans Affairs, he knows the military. Starkey is the new veterans service officer for Seward County, accepting the position in January. more
Seward High School agronomy instructor Craig Frederick's career in agricultural education brought him all across the country and allowed him to influence countless students through FFA. more
“He’s the first one in our Rotary Club!” said longtime Rotarian Clark Kolterman when introducing Charles “Chuck” Matzke, at the Rotary luncheon at the Seward Civic Center Feb. 10. The club honored Matzke for 50 years of continuous membership in the Seward Rotary Club. more
In an already unprecedented winter, more winter weather records fell earlier this week. more
Rolling blackouts controlled by the Nebraska Public Power District are beginning in the Seward area and southeast Nebraska now and into the evening.  The City of Seward has been advised … more
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