Thursday, March 21, 2019
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“We’re trying to do everything we can to get rock out to the muddy spots, but with snow melt and gentle rainfall, it’s been challenging,” said Matt Schaardt, Johnson County roads superintendent. He said last week the ditches were full of water and covered a portion the... + continue reading
Thursday, March 21, 2019
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Investing in new uses for corn has been a priority of the corn checkoff since it began in 1978. New uses spur increased demand as farmers continue to grow more corn. A primary focus has been on the usage of value-added corn products and the use of corn (especially starch) as a renewable replacement... + continue reading
Thursday, March 21, 2019
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The grown children of Jim and Mary Erickson: Matt, Micah, their daughter Jamie and her husband Andrew Thomsen, attended the Young Farmers and Ranchers (YF&R) Conference that was held in Columbus on February 8-9. This year’s theme was “Growing for Tomorrow”. To read more... + continue reading
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Thursday, March 21, 2019
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LINCOLN - The Johnson County Central boys’ track team recently placed 2nd at the Nebraska Wesleyan Indoor Invitational Track Meet. Individual medal winners were: Josh Bailey-2nd-55m Dash, 6th-3200m Run, 1st Shot Put; Simon Rother-2nd Shot Put; Treyton Holthus-6th-55m Dash; Colton Wellman-... + continue reading
Thursday, March 14, 2019
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The Board of Public Works met March 4th and looked at options for the bubble pond aerobic diffusers. Doug Goracke, city foreman, discussed purchasing a new line of diffusers. When the new line is installed they would refurbish the old diffusers and continually rotate the pumps preventing the future... + continue reading

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Approximately 30 patrons of the Johnson County Central Schools district attended the regular meeting of the Board of Education meeting on Wednesday, March 13 Some of the patrons gave public comments about the proposal for constructing a new Pre-K- Grade 5 elementary school on the estimated 22 acres... + continue reading
03/14/2019
The Lincoln Diocese of the Catholic Church has released a statement regarding allegations against Fr. Thomas Dunavan, who formerly served as a priest for St. Andrew Catholic Church in Tecumseh and St. Mary Catholic Church in St. Mary from June of 2007 to June of 2015. “Father Thomas... + continue reading

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The Board of Public Works met March 4th and looked at options for the bubble pond aerobic diffusers. Doug Goracke, city foreman, discussed purchasing a new line of diffusers. When the new line is installed they would refurbish the old diffusers and continually rotate the pumps preventing the future... + continue reading
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Mary Kent is the new administrator at Johnson County Hospital. She assumed the position on February 20, 2019. Kent has ten years prior experience in healthcare administration. Ms. Kent has been employed for the last year and a half as the assistant administrator and chief financial officer at... + continue reading
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LINCOLN - The Sterling Lady Jets were the #5 seed heading into the Class D-2 girls’ State Basketball Tournament last week, but ended up coming home with 4th place overall after the threeday, three-game span of competition. It's a great opportunity for our girls to get to state; it'... + continue reading

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Johnson-Brock High School has another addition to its trophy case. Three wins late last week in Lincoln gave the Eagles the Class D-2 boys’ basketball state crown. Thursday morning, March... + continue reading