During last week’s cold snap, energy curtailments of between one and two hours affected about 80,000 customers on Monday and Tuesday. OPPD’s regional transmission organization (RTO), Southwest Power Pool (SPP), made up of utilities across 14 states, directed its member utilities to assist in…
Farmers and ranchers are invited to attend a free one-on-one confidential legal and financial clinic. This is a chance to meet with an experienced Ag law attorney and farm financial counselor. These clinic staff specialize in issues including business planning, estate and transition planning, farm…
The Tecumseh All-School Reunion scheduled for 2021 has been cancelled. Apparently, there are still many Tecumseh Alumni who are looking forward to the reunion and would still like to come and attend. However, there are other alumni who are not ready to travel due to the COVID-19 social-distancing…
“I am very, very proud to have served my country,” said Joe Pella of Sterling, who received a pin and certificate for serving with Sterling American Legion Post #140 for over 50 years during a presentation by Commander Scott Buss on Monday, February 15. Pella served in the US Army from May 1968…
Closing of US$10 Million Funding Deal CENTENNIAL, Colo. – February 19, 2021 – NioCorp Developments Ltd. (“NioCorp” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that its previously announced funding deal for $10 million with Lind Global Asset Management III, LLC, an investment entity managed by The…
A Dog Wash held at the Town and Country Veterinary Clinic on Saturday, February 20, raised enough funds to help pay for the training for Cooper, a service dog for Owen Bowman who is autistic. Members of Owen’s father, Neil Bowman’s wrestling team from Johnson County Central Schools washed…
Kimberly A. Bohling of Tecumseh was in court for a full week while the State worked to get her convicted of causing a fire in one of the chicken growing houses owned by Tecumseh Poultry on property north of Tecumseh. The case originally contained 13 charges, but the State had dismissed seven of…
JCC Monday: No School. Tuesday: Cheeseburger/ WG bun, potatoes, fruit/veggies, cookie. Wednesday: Stuffed baked potato, PB&J Elem & PK, fruit/veggies. Thursday: Meatloaf, mashed potato casserole, fruit/veggies, dinner roll. Friday: Fish sandwich, Sun Chips, fruit/veggies. Milk served…
Tecumseh SENCA Center Monday: Turkey roast, mashed potatoes/gravy, corn casserole, pumpkin bar. Tuesday: Sausage gravy/biscuits, mixed vegetables, tater tots, peaches. Wednesday: Cheesy broccoli/rice/chicken casserole, orange cottage cheese fruit salad, cornbread. Thursday: Beef Stroganoff/peas…
Johnson County Court County Court records are reprinted from a report of disposed cases and may not reflect all actions taken. Speeding: Kurtis A. Warinski, $75.00 and costs; Attempt of a Class 1 misdemeanor: Krysta Clausen, $200.00 and costs. Driving under the influence of alcohol – first…
May 10, 1983 - February 18, 2021 Holly (Stone) Klein, 37, of Tecumseh, passed away unexpectedly February 18, 2021 at Bryan West Medical Center in Lincoln, Nebraska. She was born to Chris and Linda Stone on May 10, 1983 in Omaha, Nebraska. Holly grew up in Tecumseh and loved to play house with her…
“I am very, very proud to have served my country,” said Joe Pella of Sterling, who received a pin…
A Dog Wash held at the Town and Country Veterinary Clinic on Saturday, February 20, raised enough…
Kimberly A. Bohling of Tecumseh was in court for a full week while the State worked to get her…
During last week’s cold snap, energy curtailments of between one and two hours affected about 80,000 customers on Monday and Tuesday. OPPD’s regional transmission organization (RTO), Southwest Power Pool (SPP), made up of utilities across 14 states, directed its member utilities to assist in generating energy in response to the polar vortex that froze gas lines and limited supplies during an unprecedented and widespread cold spell. This is a last step after a series of efforts to balance supply and demand, including energy conservation by…
Love one another. (John 13:34) This is Christian love: Behaving in such a way that one’s actions are beneficial to someone else. By that definition, love can…
This Lenten season, St. Andrew and St. Mary Catholic parishes will host a Bible study on Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. in the St. Andrew parish hall meeting room,…
Sterling Public School has released the names of students who have earned a place on the Honor Roll of Distinction and the Honor Roll for the second quarter…
All of the Lady Thunderbirds contributed in scoring and rebounding in the first round game of sub-districts as the JCC girls defeated Wilber-Clatonia 41-31 in…
The Auburn Bulldogs came to Tecumseh last Friday night, February 19 to play the JCC Thunderbirds in the final regular game of the season. The Bulldogs…
The Sterling girls advanced to the Class D2-1 District finals on a wildcard and will travel to Kearney to play Wauneta-Palisade this Friday night, February 26…
May 10, 1983 - February 18, 2021 Holly (Stone) Klein, 37, of Tecumseh, passed away unexpectedly February 18, 2021 at Bryan West Medical Center in Lincoln,…
Erma L. Hazen, 92, of Beatrice, formerly of Sterling, died Wednesday night, February 17, 2021 in a Madison, Wisconsin hospital. She was born on July 17, 1928…
Joseph “Joe” Edward Reilly, 85, of Tecumseh, passed away February 8, 2021 at the Journey House in Lincoln, Nebraska. He was born September 20, 1935 in Walthill…