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Sterling’s Graduating Class of 2017 take front stage as they get ready to receive their high school diplomas To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/Tecumseh%20ChieftainID376/ + continue reading
Wednesday, May 17, 2017
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By Ann Wickett The term ‘Brain Drain’ is a common one in rural community development circles. It means that young people in rural communities take their brains to the big cities to live and work after graduating from small rural high schools. The Johnson County Hospital has been... + continue reading
Wednesday, May 17, 2017
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TECUMSEH – The Johnson County Central Thunderbirds were able to host the Class C-3 District Track Meet on Thursday, May 11th in favorable weather. The Lady Thunderbirds took advantage of the nice conditions as they took home the runner-up District plaque with 87 total points. The JCC boys... + continue reading
Wednesday, May 17, 2017
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AUBURN – Weather conditions were cloudy and windy. but very favorable for the running of the Class D-3 District Track Meet which was held at Auburn on Wednesday, May 10th. The Sterling Track teams made the most of the conditions as they both finished 3rd in District team standings. The... + continue reading
Wednesday, May 10, 2017
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by Ann Wickett Ron Rathe of Tecumseh, Ed Heiden of Sterling and Eugene Watson of Talmage were among the 652 Vietnam Veterans and one woman nurse who participated in the last Vietnam Memorial Wall Honor Flight on May 1. This will be the final Honor Flight sponsored by Bill and Evonne Williams... + continue reading

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05/17/2017
STERLING, NE --- Operations at the Sterling Post Office have been temporarily suspended due to deteriorating building conditions and structural concerns with the building. Beginning May 16, 2017, all operations at the Sterling Post Office will be temporarily moved to the Douglas Post Office at... + continue reading
05/17/2017
The Johnson County Historical Society’s, “Monday Night at the Museum,” series resumes on May 22 at 7 PM with a special segment devoted to Vietnam veterans. Lori Stanley, Director of Business Development for AseraCare will present the WOWT documentary, “A Nation’s... + continue reading

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Julie Smith will be officially sworn into office as the District Court Judge of the First Judicial District on Wednesday afternoon, May 17. The oath of office will take place in the Johnson County District Court Room at 2:30 p.m. “I was very excited to get the call from Governor Ricketts... + continue reading
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TECMSEH - The Johnson County Central Thunderbird Track team hosted their own Invitational on Friday, May 5th. The girls placed 4th in the team competition with 75,33 points. Lincoln Southwest J-V won the meet with 122.33 points followed by Syracuse with 116 points and Wilber-Clatonia with 94... + continue reading
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PAWNEE CITY – The Pioneer Conference Track Meet was postponed until Wednesday, May 3rd and all of the track teams competed in pretty nice conditions as they avoided the stormy weather around the area for the day. The Diller/Odell Lady Griffins won the Girls’ Division with a score of... + continue reading

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LINCOLN - The Johnson County Central golf team traveled to the Lincoln Christian Invite at Hidden Valley Golf Course on Tuesday, May 9th. JCC golfers placed 7th out of 9 teams at the Lincoln... + continue reading