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The results are in, and Seward County voters have advanced candidates to the General Election ballot in November. In the May 10 primary, voters cast a total of 4,580 ballots, with 462 of those … more
When Judy Meyer entered the working world as a young woman in Chicago, her options were limited. “You could be a nurse, a teacher or a secretary. That was about it,” Meyer said. She … more
Seward County’s first-ever online giving campaign is in the books – and donors left their mark on projects countywide. Seward County Gives raised more than $162,000 in just five days, … more
Fifteen members of the Milford National Archery in the Schools Program team traveled to Sandy, Utah, April 29-30 to compete in the Western Region national archery shoot. Students competed in both … more
SCC Milford graduate Brad Park recently opened his own Hobby shop, BP Hobbies, out of his apartment in Seward. Park was born and raised in Kansas City, Kansas, but moved to Milford for the John … more
UPDATED 9:55 p.m. Primary Election May 10, 2022 The following unofficial results reflect 8 of the county’s 16 precincts, as well as early (absentee) ballots. Local races are included … more
Candidates for contested races in the May 10 primary election gathered April 25-26 for a two-night forum hosted by the League of Women Voters of Seward County and the Seward County Chamber and … more
The League of Wom- en Voters of Seward County hosted League members from all across Nebraska for the state organization’s annual meeting April 23 at the Seward Civic Center. The League is a … more
Dry ground conditions and high winds have contributed to multiple fires over the past month. Seward County has spent several days under a Red Flag warning, meaning conditions are right for fires … more
From May 1 through 5, people far and wide will have the opportunity to support 24 organizations and causes in Seward County. The first Seward County Gives campaign is meant to bring Seward County … more
As of June 2021, the Seward County Chamber and Development Partnership was able to say something most other chambers of commerce can’t say. It’s accredited. Jonathan Jank, CEO and … more
Milford Family, Career and Community Leaders of America members are headed to California this summer. Students presented their STAR events April 3-5 at the FCCLA State Leadership Conference, with … more
Downtown Milford could look a lot different in the near future, and residents are invited to give their input through April 15. The city is working on plans to revitalize the downtown business … more
“We'll continue the way Bill would have wanted it done.” That's the message for the Milford and Friend communities from Doug Wymore, who is now funeral director and manager of Lauber … more
Two men were killed in a single-vehicle crash March 31 near mile marker 381 on Interstate 80. At approximately 3:15 a.m. on Thursday, March 31, the Seward County Sheriff’s Office was … more
Zoie Benedict took a leap of faith a year ago when she quit her job and waited. She wasn’t quite sure what she was waiting for. “I had no plans at all. I prayed every day for a … more
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