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23
Apr
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CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHER KENDALL

CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHER KENDALL NEIMAN

CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHER KENDALL NEIMAN, right, took down the Tecumseh Chieftain sign last week. It will be refurbished and then displayed at the new location, 117 S. 3rd St., on the west side of the Business Square. The newspaper will move into the new office in the coming weeks.

 

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Thu
23
Apr
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Second Confirmed Case of COVID-19 in Johnson County

The Southeast District Health Department (SEDHD) has confirmed a fourth case of coronavirus (COVID-19) within the district.

The person is a woman in her sixties who lives in Johnson county. She is an employee of an assisted living facility in Gage county, where prior confirmed cases had been reported by the Public Health Solutions District Health Department.

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Local Women Help Family & Friends by Making Face Masks for Public Use

Local Women Help Family & Friends by Making Face Masks for Public Use
Local Women Help Family & Friends by Making Face Masks for Public Use

Susie Kerner of Tecumseh has been making face masks for family and friends for about two weeks. She received the pattern from her cousin in Kansas. Since elastic cannot be found any more, Kerner has been using hair bands. A hepa filter from a vacuum cleaner bag fits in a little pouch on the mask. The filter is removable so the mask can be laundered.

Kerner has been making the masks from a stash of fabric left over from previous sewing projects as well as some fabric her mom had collected. “I wash the fabric before I cut it out and I wash the mask after I finish it,” Kerner said.

Thu
16
Apr
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Tecumseh Grad Receives the Mary Ellen Leicht Service Award

Tecumseh Grad Receives the Mary Ellen Leicht Service Award

A tenured veteran in the sports information realm, Steve Carpenter has been the only full-time Sports Information Director (SID) the Hutchinson Blue Dragon community has known. In his 16th year at the helm, Carpenter has provided an impact that has been felt at the local, regional, and national levels.

Carpenter was recently honored as the recipient of the Mary Ellen Leicht Service Award. Founded in 1959, the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Service Award is the most tenured honor handed out by the association. It is given to those - most often not an athlete - who have made significant contributions to two-year college athletics on a national level for an extended period of time. Annually, one Service Award can be reserved for a member of the media.

Thu
16
Apr
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Burrows Tracts Real Estate Now Open

Burrows Tracts Real Estate Now Open

Burrows Tracts Real Estate is now open in Tecumseh with Angela Tabor as the sales associate. Burrows Tracts is located at 261 Clay Street. Currently, Tabor will meet with clients by appointments until the Corona-virus outbreak is over. Then she will be open for business Mondays through Fridays, 10 am to 2 pm or by appointment.

Tabor has lived in Unadilla for the past three years. She is a native of Arkansas and began practicing real estate in Arkansas in 1999. She received her license to sell real estate in Nebraska about a year ago.

Thu
16
Apr
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Stacey And Cinda Goodrich

STACEY AND CINDA GOODRICH

STACEY AND CINDA GOODRICH, left, recently donated $20,000 to the Tecumseh Aquatic Association, which was accepted by Patti and Dave Holthus at the construction site of the new swimming pool. In the background, the newly installed water slides can be seen. The Aquatic Association has raised $235,000 for the construction of the pool. The goal is $250,000. 

 

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Thu
16
Apr
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Tecumseh Chieftain & Tecumseh Insurance Agency Soon to Move

Tecumseh Chieftain & Tecumseh Insurance Agency Soon to Move

Holly Siske, owner of the Tecumseh Insurance Agency and Kendall Neiman, publisher of the Tecumseh Chieftain have teamed up to purchase the building that formerly housed Tecumseh Floral & Gift on the west side of the Tecumseh business square. The new owners have taken possession of the building and hope to be moving in soon. Remodeling began in January and is nearing completion.

Neiman, also the owner of the Nemaha County Herald in Auburn, bought the Tecumseh Chieftain in December 2017, but did not purchase the building at 241 Clay Street. Since printing is no longer done in-house, the business doesn’t need as much space as it once did. Making efficient use of office space just made sense.

 

 

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Thu
09
Apr
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City of Tecumseh Services Online

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Tecumseh City Office is closed to the public, according to City Clerk Janelle Moran. This does not mean that business has to come to a halt. Utility bills can be paid online, mailed in, or placed in the drop box outside the office building.

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Thu
09
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Let’s Cruise Around the Town This Friday Night...

Let’s Cruise Around the Town This Friday Night...

This Friday night, April 10th, will be another Cruise Night for anyone wanting to participate.

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Thu
09
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A New Kind of Easter Egg Hunt

A New Kind of Easter Egg Hunt

Over the next few weeks many of us will be increasing our time spent at home. If you have young children it can be hard to find things to do all day, for potentially many days, without losing your mind!

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