Thursday, November 15, 2018
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By Ann Wickett “Everyone is okay,” said Kristi Carmine, Misty Sedersten’s mother. Misty and her two youngest children, Mitchell age 2 and Paisley, age 1, escaped injury in a house fire on Wednesday morning, November 7. Sedersten quickly got her children out of the house and... + continue reading
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By Ann Wickett Kathy Swanda was honored as Johnson County Hospital’s 2018 Caring Kind Employee and attended a luncheon at the Nebraska Hospital Association’s annual convention on Friday, October 26. Recipients of this prestigious award have gone above and beyond the call of duty to... + continue reading
Thursday, November 15, 2018
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LINCOLN - The Johnson-Brock Lady Eagles' quest for their fourth straight Class D-1 State Championship fell a few points short in the semifinal round against Humphrey/ Lindsay Holy Family this past week. After defeating Cambridge in the opening round in straight sets the night before, the... + continue reading
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HUMPHREY - The Johnson-Brock Eagles are heading to Memorial Stadium on Monday morning, November 19th. The 12-0 Eagles will play 12-0 Mullen at 10:15 a.m. in the Class D-2 championship game. On Monday night, November 12th, Johnson-Brock reached the title game winning 58-44 at Humphrey St.... + continue reading
Thursday, November 8, 2018
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By Darrell Wellman   JOHNSON - Johnson-Brock’s Halloween evening Class D-2 football game against visiting Allen was much more of a treat for the hosts than the visitors. The home Eagles continued their scoring explosion as they shut out the Eagles from northern Nebraska 76-0.... + continue reading

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11/15/2018
By Carol A. Sisco “We’re very happy with the progress and the pace of negotiations,” said Jim Sims, vice president of external affairs at NioCorp Development Ltd. “I will say, just generally speaking, on a project of this size and complexity, and it is a complex project... + continue reading
11/01/2018
By Ann Wickett I’m happy to see so many people interested in the future of Johnson County Central Schools,” said Dr. Galen Boldt to kick off an informational meeting held in JCC’s high school gymnasium on October 25. The purpose of the meeting was to find out what the patrons... + continue reading

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The Johnson-Brock Lady Eagles will go for their fourth straight D-1 State Volleyball Championship after defeating Meridian three sets to one in the D-1 District Finals on Saturda       To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices... + continue reading
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By Ann Wickett   Dina Harris was recently promoted to Deputy Clerk at Tecumseh City Hall. She worked the previous 2 ½ years as utilities secretary. “I’m glad City Clerk Lisa Beethe the Board of Public Works and City Council had confidence that I was capable of doing... + continue reading
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By Ann Wickett The First Baptist Church of Tecumseh will be the regional dropoff location for the 2018 Christmas Shoe Box gift distribution for children around the world. The Operation Christmas Child shoebox gift distribution is a program sponsored by Samaritan’s Purse, an organization... + continue reading

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HUMPHREY - The Johnson-Brock Eagles are heading to Memorial Stadium on Monday morning, November 19th. The 12-0 Eagles will play 12-0 Mullen at 10:15 a.m. in the Class D-2 championship game. On... + continue reading