Wednesday, May 24, 2017
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By Ann Wickett On Monday, May 8, Omer Kuhlmann of Sterling was recognized with a pin and plaque as a 50-year member of the Harm Sangen American Legion Post #140 of Sterling. “Those 50 years went by in a hurry,” Kuhlmann said. “It’s a great honor to be a part of an... + continue reading
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Memorial Day services honoring our deceased veterans will be conducted in area cemeteries on Monday, May 29. Tecumseh On Monday, May 29, The Tecumseh Honor Guard and Firing Squad will meet at the Veterans Club at 8:30 a.m. Memorial Day Services will be conducted in the following cemeteries:... + continue reading
Wednesday, May 24, 2017
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CROOKED CREEK - The Johnson County Central boys’ golf team ended their season at the District C-1 Golf meet on Monday, May 15th. Sophomores Tyler Bartels and Kole Kleespies came up 3 strokes short of the cut to qualify for the state golf tournament. Both shot 87 on a hot, windy day, but an... + continue reading
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On Saturday, May 13th, five girls competed in the Jr. High Nebraska Championship Meet in Gothenburg, NE. Ashlei McDonald competed in the 1600m run. The 1600 meter relay also competed and placed 8th. Those runners were Dakotah Ludemann, Ava Berkebile, Zadie Plager, and Saylor Rother. Pictured from... + continue reading
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Johnson County Central’s Tucker Liberty tries to clear the High Jump bar in the Class C event early on Friday morning. To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/Tecumseh%20ChieftainID376/ + continue reading

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05/24/2017
By Ann Wickett “Let’s just let it lie,” commented Mayor Bill Montz following a heated argument he had with Council member Jim Philippi directly after a special council meeting on May 16. The argument was not related to the council meeting, it was centered around something Montz... + continue reading
05/24/2017
By Ann Wickett TECUMSEH–Diane Newman opened a special meeting of the Tecumseh City Council with a presentation about the design of the new swimming pool as well as the research and fundraising efforts conducted by the Tecumseh Aquatic Association. She named the members of the Tecumseh... + continue reading

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Sterling’s Graduating Class of 2017 take front stage as they get ready to receive their high school diplomas To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/Tecumseh%20ChieftainID376/ + continue reading
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By Ann Wickett The term ‘Brain Drain’ is a common one in rural community development circles. It means that young people in rural communities take their brains to the big cities to live and work after graduating from small rural high schools. The Johnson County Hospital has been... + continue reading
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TECUMSEH – The Johnson County Central Thunderbirds were able to host the Class C-3 District Track Meet on Thursday, May 11th in favorable weather. The Lady Thunderbirds took advantage of the nice conditions as they took home the runner-up District plaque with 87 total points. The JCC boys... + continue reading

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CROOKED CREEK - The Johnson County Central boys’ golf team ended their season at the District C-1 Golf meet on Monday, May 15th. Sophomores Tyler Bartels and Kole Kleespies came up 3 strokes... + continue reading