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Concern about a natural gas leak prompted an evacuation at Milford Jr./Sr. High School Jan. 24.   A statement from the school said the odor of natural gas was reported in the building around … more
Milford High’s archery team began its 2023 season Jan. 21 with a strong showing at the Omaha Christian tournament. Autumn Wissenburg led the way by defending her 2022 state girls title, … more
Milford’s water main replacement project – more than a year in the works – is finally about to begin. Last January, the city council designated the $845,015 of American Rescue … more
Milford High School got a new machine for its science department that allows students to look at the anatomy of a human body from a different view and work with technology that they might experience … more
Agencies and nonprofits that want to participate in Seward County Gives this May should plan to send representatives to a kick-off meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 1, in Seward. The agency information … more
Keno and other lottery-style games could find their way to Milford at the request of two local bar owners. Todd Vegas and Robert Struwe, owners of Sheri’s Grill and Bar, which soon will … more
The Seward County Chamber and Development Partnership recently added a new member to its staff who is excited to start an interesting, fun and challenging job. Joanie Brecka, director of marketing … more
Seward County residents are encouraged to dispute internet speeds at their homes in order to bring more funding to Nebraska to close the broadband service gap. The deadline to submit a challenge … more
Two Milford FCCLA students set up a winter gear drive to donate to Voices of Hope in Lincon. Voices of Hope’s primary focus is on crisis intervention services for adult victims of domestic … more
Junto Wine on the edge of Seward is participating in a perfect blend of Nebraska agriculture: beef and wine. “The word Junto was a club that established by Ben Franklin for mutual … more
Although her goal was to branch out after college, a Milford Public Schools teacher said teaching at Milford has been one of the best things that has happened to her. Seventh and eighth-grade … more
After 35 years in office, Seward County Treasurer Robert Dahms is retiring. Though he is looking forward to spending more time with his family and continuing his love of walking, Dahms said he … more
Eighth-grade students at Milford Public Schools are learning just how varied their future career choices may be. In its first year, the Careers 8 class is encouraging youth to explore careers they … more
Milford residents shared pictures of their discolored city water on social media Dec. 13 after an unmarked water main was damaged in a vacant lot across from Oak Circle. T & H Construction … more
The Seward County Chamber and Development Partnership released its quarterly report to members at the end of November. According to the report, the SCCDP was involved in the following activities … more
The Milford City Council held its annual organizational meeting Dec. 6, with the mayor appointing members and city staff to their respective positions. Council appointments remained the same as in … more
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