Wednesday, September 20, 2017
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By Ann Wickett “I love nature at its best,” said Rob Freese of Oak Valley Paintings, which is located at 260 N. First Street in Tecumseh, in a building owned by his girl friend, Shari Grof, also of Tecumseh. Freese has been painting for 10 years. He visualizes a scenery in his mind... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
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By Ann Wickett Jim Allen of Tecumseh was surprised by his sisters and nieces as they presented him with a Quilt of Valor they created on Sunday afternoon, September 17. The 74 x74 inch quilt consisted of individual quilt blocks of red, white and blue which were pieced together by the NEMO Family... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
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BEATRICE - The Johnson-Brock Lady Eagles were the #1 seed heading into the Class A Mudecas Volleyball Tournament and they proved they deserved that seed as they won the championship later in the week. The Lady Eagles faced the #8 seeeded Humboldt Table Rock Steinauer Lady Titans in the first... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
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BEATRICE - The Sterling Lady Jets were the #2 seed heading into the 2017 Class B Mudecas Volleyball Tournament and came home with the 3rd place plaque last week. Sterling vs. JCC The Lady Jets faced the #7 seeded Johnson County Central Lady Thunderbirds on Monday, September 11th and won in... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 13, 2017
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By Ann Wickett “The United States has the richest niobium deposit and ore body with multiple types of elements,” said Mark Smith president of NioCorp Developments Ltd. This is one of the major findings in the recently completed feasibility study regarding the Elk Creek niobium mining... + continue reading

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09/20/2017
By Ann Wickett The Tecumseh City Council approved the 2017-18 property tax request following a special hearing at its meeting on Thursday, September 14. The city’s tax request is to be set at $.454369/$100 for the General Fund and $.179019/$100 for the debt service fund totaling $437,699.... + continue reading
09/13/2017
Approximately 60 runners participated in a fun run sponsored by the Physical Therapy Department on August 19. The first 5K male runner to finish the race was Clint Sommerhalder. Sarah Droge was the first woman runner to cross the finish line. Cortney Eggers, a physical therapist at the Johnson... + continue reading

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Sterling’s Kindergartners: Members of the class include Andrew Harrington, Cooper Pella, Riley McCoy, Braylen Nevels, Bentley Harder; back row, l-r, Charli Wusk, Carter Paulson, Emmy Schmidt, Fletcher Heusman, Elisabeth Harrington. To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital... + continue reading
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PAWNEE CITY - The Sterling Lady Jets traveled to Pawnee City to play in a triangular last Thursday night, September 7th. The Lady Jets took on the Falls City Lady Tigers in their first game of the triangular and won quite a tussle. Sterling won the first set 25-20 and then held off the Lady... + continue reading
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JOHNSON - The Johnson-Brock Eagles hosted Winnebago on Friday night, September 8th and routed their guests by a 64-28 score. J-B was ahead 16-8 after the 1st period and improved that lead to 36-14 by the half. They shut out Winnebago 22-0 in the 3rd quarter and scored 6 more points in the final... + continue reading

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BEATRICE - The Johnson-Brock Lady Eagles were the #1 seed heading into the Class A Mudecas Volleyball Tournament and they proved they deserved that seed as they won the championship later in the week... + continue reading