Wednesday, June 29, 2016
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September 1, 1944-June 21, 2016   Robert Lee Epley, Jr. was born to Robert Lee and Muriel (Buethe) Epley Sr. on September 1, 1944 in Pawnee City, Nebraska. He began his elementary education in Tecumseh, and then moved with his family to Phoenix, Arizona where he... + continue reading
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  June, 9, 1940-June 19, 2016   Carolee DeVorss was born June 9, 1940 to Paul A. and Sara Kathryn (Creevan) Hutton in Seneca, Kansas. She attended grade school at Baileyville, KS and junior high and high school in Seneca, Kansas. She and Harold Howard... + continue reading
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By Ann Wickett   Athletic trainer ‘Kurt’ assisted injured athletes in southeast Nebraska for the past 14 years. “I just wanted to give them the best medical care I could over the years and really loved my job,” said Kurt Behrhorst, a licensed athletic... + continue reading
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AUBURN - The 2016 District Softball Tournament was held over the weekend of June 17th-19th in Auburn with several Tecumseh teams participating. Below are three of the teams’ 2016 record and results.   12 & Under Tecumseh Softball submitted by DeeAnn... + continue reading
Wednesday, June 29, 2016
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By Ann Wickett   For the last two weeks, K2 Construction, Inc., has been in Tecumseh preparing for the utilities infrastructure improvements around Tecumseh’s historic downtown square. Kurtis Fulkman, foreman for K2 Construction reported that 1,700 feet of water main has... + continue reading

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06/29/2016
“It’s not too late to send in your reservation!” said Regina Doty, coordinator of the Tecumseh All-School Reunion. However, she urges everyone to send in their reservation as soon as they know they can attend the reunion. According to Doty, Tecumseh Alumni living in... + continue reading
06/15/2016
Within the past two weeks two elderly women in the area received telephone calls from scammers telling them they won a new car and once they sent a certain amount of money in the mail they would receive the car. Of course, the scammers told these women not to tell their families about these calls.... + continue reading

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This weekend, area alumni returning for the Tecumseh All-School reunion will have the opportunity to view the “Honoring Our Veterans” memorial as well as other unique memorabilia at the new Johnson County Historical Museum located on the southwest corner of Third and Clay Street... + continue reading
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Chris Nieveen of Sterling and his fiancé Lydia Wingfield of Lincoln were married in the Johnson County Courthouse courtyard on Saturday, June 25 at 4:30 p.m. Approximately 100 guests attended. Wingfield is a native of North Carolina and when she first saw the Johnson County courthouse she... + continue reading
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LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Department of Correctional Services, with the assistance of subject-matter experts from the Virginia Department of Corrections, have begun the Critical Incident Review of the recent escapes from Lincoln Correctional Facility and a thorough internal review of... + continue reading
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By Ann Wickett   Athletic trainer ‘Kurt’ assisted injured athletes in southeast Nebraska for the past 14 years. “I just wanted to give them the best medical... + continue reading