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By Ann Wickett “I really appreciate what the Advisory Board members do for me, they go above and beyond,” said Terri Brethouwer director of Johnson County’s SENCA (Southeast Nebraska’s Community Action) office, located at 172 S. Fourth Street in Tecumseh. “They (the... + continue reading
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By Ann Wickett Shelly McCourtney is the new office manager at Field Ford, Inc. in Tecumseh. She began her first day of work on February 7. In her new role, McCourtney will be responsible for keeping accounts current, billing and customer service. She will also handle sales contracts and manage... + continue reading
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by Ann Wickett It’s a big honor to serve that long,” said Eugene Staack, who was recently honored for his 70 years of service with Bickel Nelson American Legion Post #360 of Cook. Staack is the only member still alive of the 2 World War I veterans and 5 World War II veterans who... + continue reading
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The Johnson County Central Thunderbird golf team were very active in competition last week at the HTRS Invitational, the Nebraska City Invitational and then finally a dual with Wymore Southern. HTRS Invitational The JCC boys’ golf team traveled to Kirkman’s Cove Lakeview Golf... + continue reading
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PAWNEE CITY - The Sterling and Johnson-Brock track teams competed at the Lewiston Invitational on Tuesday, April 10th in slightly fair weather conditions. The Johnson-Brock and Sterling boys had the best finishes for the day as the Eagles took home 3rd place in the team competition with 73... + continue reading

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04/19/2018
By Ann Wickett Tecumseh native, Brent Pope, played the character of Valente, in a grocery scene on the Roseanne Show aired Tuesday, April 17. “It’s great!” said Pope who remembers watching the show. “Roseanne while growing up in Tecumseh. He enjoyed working with Laurie... + continue reading
04/12/2018
LINCOLN – Nearly 23,000 Nebraskans who have already applied for their early voting ballots will begin receiving them when by-mail voting starts statewide on April 9. Five days later, in-person voting will be available at county election offices, says Secretary of State John Gale. Currently, 1... + continue reading

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FRIEND - The Johnson County Central boys’ golf team had their first competition of the season at Friend Country Club for the Roy Horner Golf Invitational on Thursday, April 5th. The tournament was moved back a day due to cold weather and course conditions. The field of 13 teams enjoyed a... + continue reading
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By Ann Wickett “I enjoy competing and seeing how good I can become, plus I like meeting new people and seeing new places,” said Camden Dalinghaus, a fifth grade student at Johnson-Brock Schools who traveled to Denver, Colorado for the National Elks Hoops Shoot competition on Saturday... + continue reading
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By Ann Wickett “Every day is a new experience,” said Sandy Behrends, first grade instructor at Johnson-Brock Schools who was chosen as the 2018 Outstanding Elementary Teacher of the Year by the Nebraska Rural Community School Association during an annual conference in Kearney on... + continue reading

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PAWNEE CITY - The Sterling and Johnson-Brock track teams competed at the Lewiston Invitational on Tuesday, April 10th in slightly fair weather conditions. The Johnson-Brock and Sterling boys had... + continue reading