Wednesday, February 15, 2017
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Submitted by JCC Middle School Guidance Counselor Marsha Bacon Johnson County Central students eagerly supported a local fundraiser this school year by collecting food for food banks in our communities and helping to raise funds for the Tecumseh Aquatic Association. Students teamed up with local... + continue reading
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By Ann Wickett Russ Bentzinger of Burr was honored with a plaque for 30 years of dedicated service to the Cook Fire Department on Thursday night, February 9. As a Cook firefighter, Bentzinger served as Assistant Fire Chief and Safety Officer for several years. “I just wanted to help the... + continue reading
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By Ann Wickett Mary Kent officially became the executive director of Belle Terrace and Ridgeview Towers on February 8. She grew up in the Pawnee City area and lived most of her adult life near the Table Rock area. “I’m very excited, it’s a wonderful facility. I’ve always... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
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Johnson-Brock’s Ty Hahn (#3, left) and teammates Jaxson Balm (#33) and Benjamin Clark (#13, right) defend HTRS’ Grant Nanninga (#3, center) in the lane at last week’s 72-47 Eagle win over HTRS at Humboldt. To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://... + continue reading
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DAVID CITY - The Johnson County Central Wrestling team finished in 11th place at the C-1 District Tournament held at David City Aquinas on Friday, February 10th through Saturday, Febraury 11th. Battle Creek (244 pts). was the team champion, followed by Aquinas (165 pts.) and O’Neill (107... + continue reading

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02/15/2017
By Ann Wickett Eighteen parents and concerned citizens attended the regular Board of Education meeting at the Johnson County Central Schools’ to express their concerns about possible changes to improve JCC’s athletic program for the 2017-2018 school year. Superintendent Jack Moles... + continue reading
02/08/2017
By Ray Kappel The Tecumseh City Council began discussions on how to fund a new pool at Monday night’s meeting. We may see a special election this year on the pool issue, but if not perhaps next year in the primary or general election ballot. The Council is waiting to hear what the... + continue reading

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By Ann Wickett “A red neck time was had by y’all,” as Scott’s Place the Legacy hosted their 15th Red Neck Ball last Saturday night. The night was filled with a variety of fun and games including a scavenger hunt, beer-belching contest, an orange passing contest, a poop... + continue reading
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By Ann Wickett The Vesta 911 and Orion VELA mapping program went live at the dispatch center of the Johnson County Sheriff ’s Office on Wednesday, January 25. According to Amanda Burki, administrative assistant, this was a much needed upgrade to Johnson and Pawnee County’s 911 system... + continue reading
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ECNC Conference Invite: JCC finished 10th in the fifteen team tournament held at Peru State on Feb. 3rd. Palmer won the meet with 115 pts., followed by Auburn and Louisville. JCC scored 56 pts. to finish in 10th. JCC claimed three second place finishes. Sam Saldivar (113), Diego Reyes (120), and... + continue reading

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Johnson-Brock’s Ty Hahn (#3, left) and teammates Jaxson Balm (#33) and Benjamin Clark (#13, right) defend HTRS’ Grant Nanninga (#3, center) in the lane at last week’s 72-47 Eagle... + continue reading