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One of the menacing aspects of breast cancer is that it can develop, seemingly at random, with no warning. That's what happened to Megan Boggs. After an unencumbered 40 years of life, Boggs had … more
Milford Jr./Sr. High School hosted Apply2College Day in the school's cafeteria on Oct. 15, giving students an opportunity to learn more about colleges throughout the country and encouraging them to apply to the schools that suit each student's plans. more
Milford Jr./Sr. High School principal Brandon Mowinkle waited in the school's hallway and stared out the front doors. At times his youngest son was by his side, at others he talked with congressional aides in the plexi-glass lined office space just outside of his office. more
Seven months into the coronavirus pandemic, local health officials and those who work with them admitted they're overwhelmed and in need of community help. more
Halloween is not “canceled” in Seward County this year. more
In nearly 20 years of operating the Milford Pharmacy, Charlie and Angie Pierce only closed one day. As the pandemic drifted into Nebraska and the first cases in Seward County were confirmed, the Milford Pharmacy remained open. A reliable community institution, dedicated serving the people of Milford. Then the coronavirus came home with them. more
The Milford Chamber of Commerce and Kiwanis Club of Milford pooled resources for a luncheon at Pizza Kitchen on Sept. 25, where both institutions presented awards to fellow community members. more
It's been over six months since Amy Salistean started delivering meals to the typical friendly faces she'd see at the Milford Senior Center. March 17, that was the day it all changed. Since then she's prepared and delivered over 1,200 meals. more
When John Brandl, Seward City parks and rec employee, wanted to replace flagpoles lining the Veterans Memorial site at the north Seward Cemetery, he knew exactly who to call. “Haven’t the … more
The Milford Chamber of Commerce and Kiwanis Club of Milford pooled resources for a luncheon at Pizza Kitchen on Sept. 25, where both institutions presented awards to fellow community members. more
Four Corners Health District confirmed 61 new cases of the novel coronavirus from Sept. 17-24, the most cases in a single week since the start of the pandemic. Between Sept. 18-25, Seward County … more
Four Corners Health District confirmed 61 new cases of the novel coronavirus from Sept. 17-24, the most cases in a single week since the start of the pandemic. Between Sept. 18-25, Seward County accounted for 38 new cases in the district, including 15 confirmed cases between Sept. 24-25 alone. more
Eight members of Milford's Family, Career and Community Leaders of America chapter placed in the top 10 at the National FCCLA STAR competition. One of them was named national champion while watching the virtual conference. more
Eight members of Milford's Family, Career and Community Leaders of America chapter placed in the top 10 at the National FCCLA STAR competition. One of them was named national champion while watching … more
Marissa Fuchser felt intimidated staring at the blank wall at the Dwight American Legion building before it became her canvas. The bricks were menacing. She studied their small curvatures and … more
When Hannah Helmer shot the state-record elk in 2016, it lit a spark in her father. Joel, already a lifelong hunter and freelance writer in addition to his full-time work at Concordia University, … more
Police vehicles, fire engines and ambulances lined the ditches, giving law enforcement and first responders a makeshift tunnel for their walk. The setting sun shone across all of them in their solemn … more
Milford's City Council unanimously adopted the 2020-21 budget Sept. 9. Carmen Standley of Marvin E. Jewell & Co. addressed the differences between the 2020-21 budget and the one from the … more
A Nebraska State Trooper sustained injuries in a vehicle collision near Dorchester this morning when the trooper's Ford F-250 patrol vehicle was struck by another driver. The trooper, who was not … more
The idea for Little Brown Box tours just came to Pat Coldiron of Seward.Coldiron, proprietor of Liberty House Bed and Breakfast, Antiques and Gifts, has spent hours researching the history of Seward … more
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