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Monday Night at Museum Features the Chieftain

Monday Night at the Museum will begin the 2019 season on April 8 at 7:00 p.m. with a program celebrating “150 Years of the Tecumseh Chieftain” given by editor Carol Sisco. Everyone is welcome to attend.

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Cook Rescue Squad Awarded $500 Grant

The Cook Rescue Squad now has 11 new reflective jackets to wear on calls, thanks to a Lean on LARM grant. The $500 grant is available to all LARM members who use it to purchase safety items.

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Double Murder Suspect Arrested in California

March 30, 2019 (Lincoln, Neb.) — The suspect of a double-homicide that occurred in Douglas, Nebraska last Saturday has been taken into custody in California.

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Nutt’s Closet Open April 13

Nutt’s Closet has changed the April date to Saturday, April 13 instead of the regular day due to a conflict in schedules. Hours of operation on April 13 will be from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. Other hours are available by appointment.

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Olivia Little Advocates for 340B in D.C.

Johnson County Hospital’s 340B Director Olivia Little attended 340B Health’s legislative event in Washington D.C. March 6-7. Nearly 200 meetings were held with Congress and their staff by almost 100 people from 26 states representing 340B hospitals.

 

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Plager for a Purpose: Fundraising for Families in Southeast Nebraska Who are Battling Cancer

This year at the Poker for Plager event, a coconut cream pie made by Vera Plager, Gene’s mother, was sold four different times and raised $680 as the first item on the live auction held at the Harvest Bowl on Saturday night, March 23. Overall, the event raised over $24,000.

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Crisis Team Presentation at Sterling BOE

Guidance Counselor Addie Heusman and Spanish teacher Michelle Salberg opened the meeting of Sterling Board of Education on March 18th with a presentation on the development of a Crisis Team at Sterling Public Schools. Members of Sterling’s Crisis Team include Dottie Heusman, Scott Harrington, Addie Heusman, Michelle Salberg and Luke Boldt.

A room would be set up for the staff and students to talk to a Crisis Team member in the event of a crisis. The size of this room will be determined by the magnitude of the crisis. Representatives of Crisis Teams from area schools as well as pastors in the area are always willing to come to a school and offer their assistance in a crisis.

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Water fights scheduled for June Sterling Picnic

A new event will be added to the Sterling Picnic Days in June. The Village Board of Sterling approved of hosting water fights sponsored by the Sterling Fire District on Sunday, June 2. The water fights will start at 1 p.m. A beer garden and food will be available. Drainage problems and general street repair needs around the village were discussed by the Village Board. A water meter installation program was also discussed. This program will allow the village pf Sterling to be eligible for other grants for water line and well enhancements. The board accepted a bid from S&L Lawn Service for the mowing contract at the cemetery for 2019 through 2022. Austin Buss was hired as Sterling’s recreation director for the summer. Sterling’s village board members are in the beginning stages of reviewing and updating the village’s Comprehensive Plan.

 

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TSCI staff member treated for injuries resulting from assault

March 22, 2019 (Lincoln, Neb) – Two inmates at the Tecumseh State Correctional Institution (TSCI) assaulted a staff member on Thursday, March 21, 2019, resulting in serious* injuries.

Shortly after 6:30 p.m. the staff member was escorting one of the inmates back to a cell. The wrong door was mistakenly opened and the second inmate, armed with a homemade weapon, stabbed the staff member multiple times. The first inmate kicked the staff member in the head.

Three additional staff members responded, secured the inmates and provided aid to the injured staff member. The injured staff member was taken to Johnson County Hospital where he received stitches and was released.

 

 

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One Person Killed in Highway 75 Crash

MARCH 22, 2019 (LINCOLN, NEB.) — One person was killed in a two vehicle crash Thursday evening on Highway 75 in Nemaha County.

The crash occurred at approximately 4:10 p.m. just south of Auburn when a southbound Ford Expedition crossed the center line and struck a northbound Ford Fusion. The driver of the Fusion, George Winchester, 56, of Cook, Nebraska was pronounced deceased at the scene.

The driver of the Expedition, Rachelle Ellston, 30, of Humboldt, Nebraska, was transported by ambulance to Nemaha County Hospital and then taken to Bryan Health Center West Campus in Lincoln. Two children in car seats in the rear of the Expedition were uninjured.

 

 

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