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Tecumseh Area Veterans were invited to have free pie and coffee at Ramsey’s Family Fountain on Wednesday, April 8, during Veterans Appreciation Day in observance and promotion of Nebraska Public Transit Week, April 6-10. From left to right are Kenneth Grove, Rosie Lempka, Bob Lempka, David... + continue reading
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Grant Moles, a junior at JCC Schools decided to participate in the Business Procedures competition at the State Leadership Conference in Omaha April 9-11 just to get more testing experience. Little did he know he would finish with the second highest score and qualify for the National FBLA... + continue reading
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“It was such a fascination I was hooked,” said Dennis Mason as he shared the story of how his science teacher Mr. Bob Cook gave a demonstration of amateur ham radios to THS students. Mr. Cook chose Henry Greeb, a local former student and Father Wagaman of Steinauer for the experiment... + continue reading
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JCC’s Nick Goracke finishes 1st in his heat of the boys’ 400 Mete   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition    + continue reading
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TECUMSEH - The Johnson County Central Thunderbird Invitational didn’t have the best weather conditions to compete in on Tuesday, April 7th, but our area teams still did their best in their events. The Johnson County Central Lady Thunderbirds claimed 3rd place overall with 77 points and... + continue reading

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04/15/2015
The Board of Education at Johnson County Central Schools regretfully accepted the resignations of Lavon Niedermeyer as middle school librarian at the Cook school site and Rick Richard as the high school industrial technology instructor. The resignations were approved at a meeting on April 8. The... + continue reading
04/08/2015
By Ann Wickett News Editor Remember the saying… ‘If it sounds to good to be true, it probably is.’ Apparently, some Tecumseh residents were recently scammed by an offer through Creative Creations, an Omaha event-planning company. Creative Creations offered... + continue reading

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Through the generosity of the students and parents of St. John’s Lutheran Preschool and the congregation of St. John’s Lutheran Church in Tecumseh, over 200 personal hygiene and food items were collected in a drive to take to the Southeast Nebraska Community Action Center in Tecumseh... + continue reading
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By Ray Kappel News Editor Cell phones have been found among some inmates at the Tecumseh State Correctional Institution, Sunrise Publications has learned. “There have been number of cell phones located in the possession of inmates, and those inmates have been held... + continue reading
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This year’s cast of “Pirate Island” will mark the 30th play production held by Elk Creek Alumni at the Elk Creek gym. The group decided to celebrate its 30th year with a funny reproduction of “Pirate Island” which was originally performed in 1998. To view more... + continue reading
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JCC’s Nick Goracke finishes 1st in his heat of the boys’ 400 Mete   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition    + continue reading