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JCC School Board Looks at ‘19-’20 Budget

At the July 10 Board of Education meeting at Johnson County Central Schools, Interim Superintendent Dr. Galen Boldt reported on the discussion held with the Budget Committee on Tuesday, July 2 to address the needs identified for the upcoming 2019-20 school year.

 

 

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Johnson Co. Sheriff’s Office Installing Video Visitation System

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The Johnson County Commissioners approved a 10-year contract with Encartele for providing video visitations for prisoners lodged in the Johnson County jail, during a Commissioner’s meeting on Tuesday.

 

 

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New Legals

Village of Cook, Liquor License, Sidelines. Village of Sterling, meeting minutes.

 

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Driver’s Licensing

The Nebraska DMV Driver’s Licensing office is open Friday, July 19, 2019 at the Johnson County Courthouse in Tecumseh.

 

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Brinkman Receives Nursing Degree from Bryan College of Health Sciences

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“I have a huge feeling of accomplishment after receiving my Nursing Degree from Bryan College of Health Sciences. I am so excited to put my knowledge and skills learned to use and begin working on the floor as a Registered Nurse!” said Allison Brinkman upon receiving her Nursing Degree from Bryan College of Health Sciences. Allison is the daughter of Tom and Tracy Brinkman of Cook. Brinkman graduated this spring.

 

 

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Overwhelming Support Shown for Jenna Schultz at Community Benefit

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“It was amazing! I was completely overwhelmed with the number of people who showed up for the benefit,” said Jenna Schultz after the benefit meal and live and silent auctions. Over 150 items were auctioned off throughout the event.

Mark Fleskoski and Jenna’s dad, Howard, of Falls City handled the live auction. The biggest money-maker was a Nebraska quilt which was sold for $1,800 during the live auction. A bed sheet made by Steve Isaac was also a top bidding item. Jenna added that the kids table was a significant monetary contributor as well.

 

 

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Shed and Contents are Total Loss in Friday Fire

A 42’ x 60’ pole shed was destroyed in a fire that occurred two miles east and a half mile north of Sterling on Friday, July 5. The fire broke out around 9:22 p.m. and was determined to be an electrical fire.

The shed contained several restored classic cars, an Oliver tractor, motorcycles, bicycles, and other contents that were considered a total loss. The owner of the shed, Bruce Boden of Sterling, didn’t have any insurance on the shed or its contents.

Boden suffered burns to his hands and upper back while attempting to remove some of the cars from the shed. He was taken to the Johnson County Hospital by the Sterling Rescue Squad where he received treatment for his injuries.

 

 

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Moran Talks About Goals as Tecumseh City Clerk

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“I’m excited to be here working for the Tecumseh community and it’s city government,” said Janelle Moran, who officially became the Tecumseh city clerk on Monday, June

24. Moran said she was surprised when approached about taking the position and, after taking time to consider this offer, Moran saw it as a great opportunity to be involved in the community where she grew up.

“I consider myself to be a numbers-oriented person,” said Moran.

She has experience in handling business cash loans and budgeting. She plans to work closely with other city staff members on the city’s budget for the 2019-2020 fiscal year.

“There’s a lot of fiscal responsibility that goes with this job,” Moran said.

 

 

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Tecumseh Residents Hear President Speak on Ethanol, Disaster Relief

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Don and Joy Robison of Tecumseh received a personal invitation to attend President Donald Trump’s presentation at the Southwest Iowa Renewable Energy ethanol plant in Council Bluffs, Iowa on June 11. The Robisons arrived at the Mid-America Complex around noon and were bussed to and from the Southwest Iowa Renewable Energy ethanol plant. After they arrived, there were different food vendors with Nebraska and Iowa beef, pork and chicken products available.

Nebraska dignitaries in attendance were Governor Pete Ricketts and his family and Senator Deb Fischer. The Robisons sat close to the Ricketts family and were about 40 feet from the podium from which President Trump and three other guests spoke.

 

 

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Brommer Represents Tecumseh Ward II

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“I’m excited. I think it will be good,” said Alicia Brommer, who was sworn into office as the new Tecumseh City Council member for Ward II, during a meeting on July 1. Brommer fills the vacancy left by Jesse Grof after he was promoted to the Mayor’s position.

Alicia grew up in Tecumseh and graduated from Tecumseh High School in 2001. Her parents are Larry and Colleen Naber. She attended the University of Nebraska at Omaha and graduated with a degree in secondary education and mathematics in 2005. Alicia taught at Omaha Bryan for three years; Louisville for eight years and will be starting her fourth year at Johnson-Brock Schools where she teaches upper level math and serves as the school librarian. Brommer is currently working on her master’s degree in library science at UNO.

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