Wednesday, September 2, 2015
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Coach Karr’s season outlook: “We lost two seniors from last year’s squad so we have five seniors and one junior that played a lot last year. We did get Hannah Jasa, setter, back from a knee injury last year. So that should help in the setting department. We also have a talented... + continue reading
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Coach Wusk’s season outlook: “Last season we missed the playoffs for the first time in eight years so we are looking to return this year. We have twelve letterwinners returning from last season and all are returning starters also. They are Dylan Benson, Josh Dolbow, Micah Erickson,... + continue reading
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Head Coach Nick Weber Last seasons’ accomplishments: Girls’ State qualifying team; Sam Saldivar - returning State qualifier Coach Nick Weber’s season outlook: “The biggest strength of this year’s team will be experience. We return a total of 7 athletes with... + continue reading
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Tacos Chavez, a Mexican restaurant in Tecumseh reopened for business on August 26. The establishment was temporarily closed to make some interior renovations such as public restrooms, as well as creating additional space to provide a comfortable atmosphere for the customers. Tacos Chavez plans... + continue reading
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By Ann Wickett   Kathi Mercure decided to retire from teaching in May of this year. When it came time for school to start this fall, Mercure said she felt unsettled about retirement. Yet, she decided to retire because she knew it was time. Mercure already has several projects in... + continue reading

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LINCOLN Organizers of a referendum petition effort to repeal a stay on Nebraska’s death penalty say they have turned almost 167,000 signatures to Secretary of State John Gale. The submission comes just days before a new law repealing the state’s death penalty is set to go into effect... + continue reading
08/26/2015
The Johnson County Commissioners approved the 2015-2016 budget during a meeting on Tuesday. This year the county commissioners are asking for $2,471, 615.01 in property taxes compared to $2,504,088.96 for the 2014-2015 fiscal year. The board approved increasing  its budget by one percent... + continue reading

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By Ray Kappel It was a terrible day for the Mike and Amanda Rath family. Amanda Rath was driving a Lewiston Consolidated School bus Monday morning when she lost control of it and it careened into a creek. It was resting on its top  when rescuers arrived. To view more please log... + continue reading
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By Ann Wickett “I was shocked and scared,” said Angela Wenzl of Tecumseh. While vacationing at Lake Okoboji, Iowa the last week in July Angela saved the life of a 2 ½ year old boy she noticed at the bottom of a swimming pool. The incident occurred the first night Wenzl and... + continue reading
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Johnson County Hospital has several staff members trained to perform decontamination during an emergency. On Monday, August 10, JCH conducted a drill to ensure that staff remains competent in use of the equipment and the correct procedure for decontamination of patients. The  importance of hot... + continue reading
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Coach Karr’s season outlook: “We lost two seniors from last year’s squad so we have five seniors and one junior that played a lot last year. We did get Hannah Jasa, setter, back... + continue reading