Our website will be undergoing upgrades from December 12-23. These changes will improve our search engine ranking and will convert sewardne.com to a mobile friendly format. These are exciting changes, however, we will be unable to make changes to our site during this period. Please feel free to call our office at 402-643-4189 for the latest information, including recent winners of the $100 Chamber Bucks drawings. We will return to regular site updates after the conversion.
Winter Wonderland & Santa House Hours
Seward Merchants Want You This Holiday Season
Click here for the latest printable flier of holiday hours for our downtown merchants.
Click here for a list of merchants particpating in customer appreciation Nights, Thursdays in December.
Amanda Wassinger is the winner of this week's $100 Chamber Buck drawing sponsored by Memorial Health Care Sysytems. Amanda registered during this week's Healthcare Worker's Appreciation Night while shopping at Mueri Drug. Amanda is a clinc nurse in Seward. Congratulations!
Thank you for supporting our hometown merchants with your holiday and everyday purchases.
Sally Jost Performance
Sally Jost will spend an intimate evening with guests at her piano performance on Friday, December 12 at 7 p.m. Dessert will be served at the event at Olde GLory Theatre, 4th & Jackson, Seward, Free will donations will benefit the Theartre.
Visit Seward County
At the recent Nebraska Travel Conference, the Seward County Visitor's Committe and a two local businesses created promotional videos for our area. Follow the link to see the spot fromt he Visitor's Committee.
Rudolph's Red Nose Run
Thanks to Seward High School cross country coach, Kurt Holiday, for his help with this year's event.
Click to see the reults for the 1 mile fun run and 5K run held Saturday, December 6.
New Video Promotes Nebraska
The “World From Above” series has filmed gorgeous videos across the world from Brazil to the Middle East to Africa. The footage from Nebraska has been editorialized as what, “might be their most breathtaking work yet.”
Nebraska From Above
Update on Transforming Armory Into Military Museum
Rennovations and fundraising are underway to transform Seward's 1956 Armory into the Nebraska National Guard Museum. Officials are excited about the significant stories that will be told here.
Read the original announcement: Press Release. The renovation will be completed in three stages, with a celebration planned for July 4, 2015.