Thursday, August 16, 2018
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By Ann Wickett Milton Buchholz of Elk Creek was honored with a plaque for 45 years of dedicated service with the Elk Creek Fire Department during the Elk Creek barbecue on Saturday night, August 4, 2018. Buchholz officially retired from the fire department on September 30, 2017. “It was a... + continue reading
Thursday, August 16, 2018
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An estimated 750 spectators attended the Deer Creek Sodbusters Antique Machinery Show near Sterling on August 12. “We were somewhat disappointed, but the heat of the day may have impacted the crowd,” said Bob Wolff, founder of of this event. A new feature this year was the releasing of... + continue reading
Thursday, August 16, 2018
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By Ann Wickett   Sandra Kenyon of Tecumseh became a U.S. Citizen in a 2 p.m., ceremony at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security office in Omaha on August 6. Kenyon was one of 25 people to receive a certificate honoring her as a U.S. Citizen. Sandra’s husband David Kenyon... + continue reading
Thursday, August 9, 2018
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“An Afternoon of Storytelling” was the theme of the 2018 Johnson County Women of Distinction Event held at the First Baptist Church on Sunday afternoon, August 5. Johnson County Women of Distinction were recognized in the following categories: Woman of... + continue reading
Thursday, August 9, 2018
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TECUMSEH - Johnson County Central's 2017-2018 volleyball team was among 976 teams earning the AVCA Team Academic Award. This number breaks the previous year's total of 836 to set an all-time high. Members of the 2017-18 volleyball team were Seniors: Maddie... + continue reading

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08/09/2018
Johnson County Hospital is soon implementing a new system which will enhance our services to the community. This system will give us the ability to provide customers with their estimated payment obligation information before surgeries, costly procedures and/or... + continue reading
08/09/2018
During the jury trial of Inmate Eric Ramos occurring in the Johnson County District Court as of Monday, August 6, the main doors to the Johnson County Courthouse will be locked with law enforcement security standing outside each of the doors.  Johnson County Sheriff Scott... + continue reading

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By Ann Wickett In June, Mary Lucille Lovitt decided to put down her pen and notepad as the Village Clerk of Crab Orchard following a 26-year career. Lovitt said she was willing to serve as village clerk when asked by the board members in June of 1992. In addition to serving as village clerk... + continue reading
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By Ann Wickett 9 Line Emergency Medical Services, also known as 9 Line Emergency Medical Solutions, has moved into the building formerly owned by Liz’s Flower Shop at 479 Clay Street in Tecumseh. Randy Kraatz, owner of 9 Line EMS purchased the building on July 12. This business... + continue reading
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Julie Saathoff, PT, DPT, was recently named as the new Director of Rehabilitation at Johnson County Hospital where she has been a physical therapist for the last 3 years. “It’s an honor to be selected as the Rehabilitation Director for JCH,” said Saathoff. “Our... + continue reading

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TECUMSEH - Johnson County Central's 2017-2018 volleyball team was among 976 teams earning the AVCA Team Academic Award. This number breaks the previous year's total... + continue reading