Johnson County Central School’s Graduation day finally arrived...COVID-i9 postponed the regular May graduation ceremony, but on Saturday, July 25, 31 graduates of Johnson County Central were awarded their high school diplomas in the air-conditioned high school gymnasium, with social distancing…
AUBURN - The Southeast District Health Department (SEDHD) has confirmed fifteen additional cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) within the district. The additional cases include: • A female in her fifties who lives in Johnson county Individuals with symptoms consistent with COVID-19 should self-…
According to Deputy Johnson County Attorney Benjamin Beethe, in the early evening of July 18, one person was killed in a single vehicle accident west of Sterling. The Sterling Rescue Squad and Sterling Fire Department were called to the scene of a rollover accident by a housing development where…
Prescribed burns are planned on two Nebraska Game and Parks Commission wildlife management areas (WMAs) in southeast Nebraska, if weather conditions allow. Burns are planned at Taylor’s Branch WMA in Pawnee County and Osage (southeast tract) WMA in Johnson County. Other prescribed burns may be…
The state has issued health alerts for Harmful Algal Blooms (HAB), also known as toxic blue-green algae, at Wagon Train Lake in Lancaster County and Rockford Lake in Gage County. Lakes that continue to be on health alert are Maple Creek Recreation Area Lake in Colfax County, Kirkman’s Cove Lake in…
“Winning the smoking competition at Cook Days with the loin is the most rewarding,” said the Prairie Acre Smokers, Brian and Tracey Slagel of Central City. They are the parents of Samantha Slagel who is employed at Mainstreet Bank in Cook. Samantha encouraged her parents to come and compete in the…
Steve Young of Patrick Springs, Virginia is walking his seventh and final time across the United States to raise awareness and funds for the Victory Junction Camp in Randleman, North Carolina, which provides a variety of fun activities for children dealing with serious medical conditions and…
The outbreak of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 left no aspect of life untouched, and education was no exception. The short-term effects of stay-at-home measures were felt immediately by millions of students across the globe. But there will be long-term effects, too, and one of the first such long-…
Hand sanitizer products quickly became a very popular item as we entered into the covid-19 pandemic. Soap and water is always the first line of defense against coronavirus, but hand sanitizer with at least 60 percent ethyl alcohol can be a safe alternative. Recently, another type of alcohol called…
Tecumseh SENCA Center August 3 - 7 Monday: Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes/brown gravy, green beans, peaches. Tuesday: Ham & cheesy fettucini/peas, Hawaiian salad, peanut butter cookies. Wednesday: Creamed chicken/biscuits, beets, fruit salad, Rice Krispy Bar. Thursday: Egg/sausage/…
Real Estate Transfers Q.C.D.-Brenda J. Werman to Cody J. Hazen and Sierra N. McClintock, as joint tenants with right of survivorship, Lot 6, Blk. 4, OT Village of Elk Creek; $1.00 O.V.C. Rev. Exempt. D.O.D.-Heather Eye, personal representative of the Estate of Francis Gary Phelps, aka Francis G.…
AUBURN - The Southeast District Health Department (SEDHD) has confirmed fifteen additional cases of…
According to Deputy Johnson County Attorney Benjamin Beethe, in the early evening of July 18, one…
Prescribed burns are planned on two Nebraska Game and Parks Commission wildlife management areas (…
Johnson County Central School’s Graduation day finally arrived...COVID-i9 postponed the regular May graduation ceremony, but on Saturday, July 25, 31 graduates of Johnson County Central were awarded their high school diplomas in the air-conditioned high school gymnasium, with social distancing regulations in tact as the graduates and a majority of the audience wore masks.
Real Estate Transfers Q.C.D.-Brenda J. Werman to Cody J. Hazen and Sierra N. McClintock, as joint tenants with right of survivorship, Lot 6, Blk. 4, OT…
Tecumseh SENCA Center August 3 - 7 Monday: Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes/brown gravy, green beans, peaches. Tuesday: Ham & cheesy fettucini/peas,…
Hand sanitizer products quickly became a very popular item as we entered into the covid-19 pandemic. Soap and water is always the first line of defense against…
BAILEE STERUP, #17, from Tecumseh, played the 2020 Summer softball season for the Nebraska City softball team. Her team received 3rd place at the 14U USSSA…
BRAYDN KAGE of Tecumseh played for the Beatrice Select Baseball team this summer. The Bullets 10U went 10-1 winning the league this season and moving on to the…
TUESDAY MENS’ GOLF LEAGUE RESULTS 7-21-20 Medalist: J. Mahoney 36 Flag Prizes: #1—J. Mahoney; #4--Fleck; #7—N. Goodrich Low Net: J. Knippelmeyer 31 (10)…
John Lloyd Evans was born to John R. and Callie (Ross) Evans on December 25, 1927 in Johnson County, Nebraska. He grew up in the Vesta community and graduated…
William “Ray” Douglas, 91, of Humboldt, Nebraska was born on April 20, 1929, in Tecumseh, Nebraska to Leila Buchanan McCue & J. Homer McCue. Ray’s father…
Jo Carole Myers was born in Tecumseh Nebraska to Don and Donita (Whitlock) McCoy on October 22, 1947. She died on Wednesday, July 22, 2020 at the University of…