Wednesday, March 25, 2015
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Friday, March 20th, 25 of Sterling's 7th and 8th graders traveled to Omaha Metro Community College to compete in this year's Junior High SkillsUSA competition with sponsors Makenzie Koncaba and Chris Salberg. There  were over 100 students there from all over Nebraska with... + continue reading
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
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Dr. Keith Shuey and his wife, Bonnie stand with their children, Pat Bernius, Jennene Anderson and Dr. Scott Shuey who hosted a retirement party in honor of Dr. Shuey’s retirement following 50 years of medical practice in the Tecumseh area. The event was hosted at Ramsey Family... + continue reading
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
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Governor Pete Ricketts unveiled the new edition of the Nebraska Agriculture and You magazine and highlighted the winners of the Nebraska Department of Agriculture (NDA) poster contest following his National Ag Week tour across the state. “I hope Nebraskans will appreciate the... + continue reading
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
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By Ann Wickett   “If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is!” said Eugene True, an investigator with the Nebraska State Patrol who investigates criminal activities in 16 counties of southeast Nebraska. According to True, the most common cases he... + continue reading
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Jarrett Oestmann, a senior at Johnson-Brock, recently signed his letter of intent for Iowa Central Community College for their rodeo team. Jarrett will focus on calf roping and team roping while attending Central Community College.   To view more please log in or subscribe... + continue reading

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By Ann Wickett   The Sterling Board of Education approved administrative contracts for the 2015-2016 school year during a meeting on March 16. New Superintendent Ryan Knippelmeyer will receive a base salary of 105,000. Principal Ryun Theobald will receive an... + continue reading
03/25/2015
Peter Cottontail will soon appear with a variety of goodies for area children at the annual Easter Egg Hunts planned in area communities. Times and dates of area Easter Egg Hunts are as follows:   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition... + continue reading

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The Johnson-Brock 5th-6th grade team finished 3rd in the MIT tournament recently. Pictured are back row, L-R; Coach Kent Marburger, Coach Brett Davis, Kade Davis, Corbin Thompson, David Gerdes, Jesse Sunderman, Aidan Ottemann, Coach Jeff Ottemann, Coach Dave Bohling. Front row, L-R: Caleb Fossenbarger, Mason Benham, Ryan Bohling, Max Kahland
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The Pioneer Conference recently announced the 2015 All-Conference honorees from the 2014-15 basketball seasons with 11 area athletes on the exclusive list. Congratulations to these student/ athletes for their achievements both on the court and in the classrooms this past season!  ... + continue reading
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With springtime soon upon us, it’s never too early to start preparing for the severe weather season. Monday, March 23 through Friday, March 27 has been designated as Severe Weather Awareness Week in the state of Nebraska. As long as no severe weather is occurring or expected, a... + continue reading
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During their annual migration snow geese had a stop-over at the pond south of the railroad tracks in Tecumseh. When approaching Tecumseh from the south on Highway 50 the pond looked like it was covered with snow.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition... + continue reading
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The Johnson County Central boys’ track season started on the right foot with a third consecutive 1st place team trophy at the Nebraska Wesleyan University Indoor Invite held on... + continue reading