Thursday, October 18, 2018
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Johnson County Central Schools will celebrate Homecoming Spirit Week, October 15th - 18th. The school-wide parade and pep rally will be held on Thursday, October 18th. (There is no school on Friday, October 19th.) Candidates for the 2018 Homecoming Queen are: Sarai Ares, Haley Beethe, Lexi... + continue reading
Thursday, October 18, 2018
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By Ann Wickett A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Friday evening, October 12 on the northeast corner of the lot where the future Sterling Community Center will be constructed. The ceremony was held to demonstrate to the donors that the construction process has begun. The footings have been... + continue reading
Thursday, October 18, 2018
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By Ann Wickett Mark Horstman took an oath of office as a new member of the Sterling Board of Education during the board’s October 9 meeting. “I’m very excited to be a part of the school board,” said Horstman. “My goal is to serve the school as best as possible. I... + continue reading
Thursday, October 18, 2018
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STERLING - The Sterling Jets hosted the Lewiston Tigers for their Homecoming on Friday night, October 12th in cool, damp and foggy conditions. The Jets didn’t waste any time as they pounced on the Tigers early and often in the first half. Sterling faced a 4th and 11 on their first... + continue reading
Thursday, October 18, 2018
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STERLING - The Sterling Lady Jets hosted the Johnson-Brock Eagles for Parent’s Night on Thursday, October 11th. Johnson-Brock came out the victor in three tough sets, however, 25-12, 25-15, 25-20. Fallon Stutheit put down 19 kills in the match with 1 block, 4 ace serves, 9 digs and 1 set... + continue reading

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10/18/2018
By Ann Wickett “I hope everyone finds time to attend one meeting and voice their thoughts,” said Dr. Galen Boldt, interim superintendent at Johnson County Central Schools. As interim superintendent for school years, 2018-2019 and 2019-2020, Dr. Galen Boldt wants to know what the... + continue reading
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TECUMSEH - It was Parent’s Night for the Thunderbird football squad, along with a foggy 2nd half as JCC hosted the Malcolm Clippers on Friday, October 12th. It was a back and forth battle in the 1st half as neither team found the end zone. In the 2nd half, as the fog rolled in over the... + continue reading

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The Johnson County Historical Society Board had decided to sell this old piano at their Trail of Treasures garage sale. On Friday morning, October 5, as they were organizing the sale items, they discovered the original bill of sale for the piano tucked inside. Elsie Witt of Cook bought the piano in... + continue reading
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PAWNEE CITY - The Johnson-Brock Eagles continued their winning ways this past week as they shut out the Pawnee City Indians 66-0 on the road on Friday, October 5th. Head Coach Mitch Roberts commented, “We played a great game overall. Our offense was able to capitalize on great field... + continue reading
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By Ann Wickett The children of Tyler Ryan, former employee of the Lincoln Telephone and Telegraph office in Tecumseh from 1946 to 1955, returned to Tecumseh on Thursday morning, October 4, to donate a watercolor portrait of their father that was painted by Dwight Kirsch, a famous artist who was... + continue reading

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STERLING - The Sterling Jets hosted the Lewiston Tigers for their Homecoming on Friday night, October 12th in cool, damp and foggy conditions. The Jets didn’t waste any time as they pounced... + continue reading