Thursday, February 22, 2018
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WYMORE - The Johnson-Brock Lady Eagles were the #1 seed heading into the Class D1-1 subdistrict bracket and proved why they were as they outscored and outlasted the competition including a buzzer- beating victory in the subdistrict finals. Johnson-Brock vs. HTRS The Lady Eagles went up against the... + continue reading
Thursday, February 22, 2018
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AUBURN - The Johnson County Central Thunderbirds played their last regular season game on Friday night, February 16th against the Auburn Bulldogs. JCC only trailed 11-15 after the 1st period and 21-29 at the half, but Auburn went on scoring runs of 18-8 and 6-0 in the final periods to defeat the... + continue reading
Thursday, February 22, 2018
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OMAHA - Johnson County Central’s Josh Bailey (220 lbs.) and Nick Goracke (285 lbs.) represented JCC at the 2018 Nebraska State Wrestling Tournament held in Omaha February 15th-17th. Both wrestlers went 2-2 at the tournament, losing tough matches in the heart break round. They scored... + continue reading
Thursday, February 22, 2018
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By Ann Wickett   Seven Johnson County military veterans, wrapped in Quilts of Valor were thanked and honored for their military service in a public ceremony at the community building in Crab Orchard Sunday night, February 18. Awarding Quilts of Valor is a hearfelt way to say thank you... + continue reading
Thursday, February 22, 2018
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By Ann Wickett A small group of emergency responders from Tecumseh, Cook and Pawnee City participated in a Simulation in Motion training at the Tecumseh Fire Hall on Saturday, February 17. Simulation in Motion – Nebraska is a statewide mobile education system, which brings state-of-the-art... + continue reading

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02/22/2018
By Ann Wickett   In 2017, the Johnson County Roads Department was able to accomplish multiple projects around the county. The Sterling Bridge east of Sterling was finished and has been open for quite some time. “The project looks great and gives the area another great way... + continue reading
02/15/2018
The City of Tecumseh was one of 25 commuinities in Nebraska awarded a Land and Water Conservation grant in the amount of $216,000. This grant will be utilized for half of the construction costs for new pool bathhouse in conjunction with the Tecumseh Aquatic Association’s new swimming pool... + continue reading

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CENTENNIAL - The Johnson County Central Thunderbirds traveled to Centennial on Friday and Saturday, February 9th-10th for the Class C-2 District Wrestling Meet. Aquinas won the team title with 222 pts., followed by Battle Creek 215, Wilber-Clatonia 155, Centennial 132, St. Paul 87, Norfolk... + continue reading
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Johnson-Brock’s FFA chapter is in the process of developing ideas for National FFA Week. According to FFA Sponsor Dawn Metschke, Johnson-Brock’s FFA students are looking at some recruitment ideas for younger students, a coloring contest for elementary students, and maybe even some dress... + continue reading
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By Ann Wickett Superintendent Dottie Heusman kicked off the dedication and open house for the new Preschool at Sterling Public Schools with the following comments on Thursday evening, February 8: “We are here to dedicate the new Preschool Building. This building has been a dream of the... + continue reading

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OMAHA - Johnson County Central’s Josh Bailey (220 lbs.) and Nick Goracke (285 lbs.) represented JCC at the 2018 Nebraska State Wrestling Tournament held in Omaha February 15th-17th. Both... + continue reading