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ADAMS, HUMBOLDT - The Johnson-Brock Lady Eagles went 1-1 in their last regular season games last week against the Freeman Lady Falcons and the Humboldt Table Rock Steinauer Lady Titans to make their season record 13-8 heading into subdistricts this week.   To read more please log in or... + continue reading
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ALBION - The Johnson County Central wrestlers competed at the C-2 District Wrestling Tournament at Boone Central H. S. in Albion on Feb. 8th-9th. To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/Tecumseh%20ChieftainID376/ + continue reading
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February 7, 2019 (Lincoln, Neb.) — The Nebraska Department of Transportation (NDOT) will hold a public information open house regarding proposed improvements of Nebraska Highway 50 (N-50) in Johnson County. The meeting will be held at Tecumseh Fire Hall, 1110 Buffalo Drive, in Tecumseh, on... + continue reading
Thursday, February 7, 2019
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PAWNEE CITY, LEWISTON - The Johnson-Brock Eagles were the #2 seed heading into the 2019 Pioneer Conference Basketball Tournament and that's exactly where they ended up after playing three games against quality opponents throughout the week. The Eagles defeated Diller/ Odell and Tri-County... + continue reading
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CEO Diane Newman will work her last day as Johnson County Hospital’s administrator on February 19, 2019. During the last 17 years, Newman shaped Johnson County Hospital into a high-quality, healthcare system that serves the communities that surround it. As CEO, Newman oversees the overall... + continue reading

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FALLS CITY, YUTAN - The Johnson County Central boys’ basketball team is still working on making improvements as they head into this final week of regular season competition and then subdistricts next week.   To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.... + continue reading
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Russ Koch of Fremont has 20 years of “in the trenches” experience serving as a facilities consultant. He is currently inspecting the JCC Schools facilities at Cook and Tecumseh to find the good, the bad and the ugly issues that must be addressed in order to meet the needs of the school... + continue reading

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The Johnson County Spelling Contest was held in the elementary auditorium at Johnson County Central Schools in Tecumseh on Saturday, February 2. Shelbi Peters of Johnson County Central Schools was the overall champion as she spelled the word ‘vocational’ correctly. Shelbi will go on to... + continue reading
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By Ann Wickett Three students from St. Andrew’s Catholic Church joined an estimated 250 students from the Lincoln Diocese to attend the National March for Life event in Washington DC. on Friday, January 18. These students were Jennifer Castor-Cruz, Stephanie Cruz and Kathia Castor. Also... + continue reading
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CEO Diane Newman will work her last day as Johnson County Hospital’s administrator on February 19, 2019. During the last 17 years, Newman shaped Johnson County Hospital into a high-quality, healthcare system that serves the communities that surround it. As CEO, Newman oversees the overall... + continue reading

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ALBION - The Johnson County Central wrestlers competed at the C-2 District Wrestling Tournament at Boone Central H. S. in Albion on Feb. 8th-9th. To read more please log in or subscribe to the... + continue reading