Wednesday, July 30, 2014
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“One-hundred years is a milestone,” said Lyle Fisher of Cook. He and his family will be honored as recipients of the AkSarBen Pioneer Farm Family Award at the Johnson County Fair on August  17. Three generations of the Fisher family have owned 80 acres of land located one mile... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 30, 2014
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Tecumseh firefighters make sure the flame is out and the engine is cooled down. The Tecumseh firefighters responded to the call of an engine fire that destroyed Randy Speckmann’s 1985 Chevy pickup as he was traveling down a county road about five miles east of Tecumseh ... + continue reading
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With our sports editor away from her desk, we thought you might enjoy a few photos of our Tecumseh Seniors playing in the most recent tournament   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition  + continue reading
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
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Bob Smidt, a former Crab Orchard farmer, will be smiling down on his family as they receive the 2014 Ak- SarBen Pioneer Farm Family Award as the fourth generation of the Pellam- Smidt family to own and operate a family farm for 100 years. Smidt was looking forward to his family’s farm... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
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Best of Show recipient Don Schinkus stands by his 1962 Chevrolet Impala SS. Page 11 for results of car show.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition  + continue reading

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07/30/2014
The Board of Public Works tabled  action on liquidated damages for the construction of Well No. 1 at a special meeting July 21. They tabled the idea until the August Board meeting. Olsson’s  Associates engineer Craig Reinsch told the board about the timeline for completion.... + continue reading
07/23/2014
Johnson County’s Board of Equalization listened to 40 protests from area taxpayers regarding land valuation changes on ag land, residential, commercial, and acreages. Chairman Terry Keebler said 22 of the 40 protests were on ag land valuations. He added that the main complaint was that... + continue reading

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The Tecumseh Seniors Legion baseball team rallied through the loser’s bracket and brought home the runner-up plaque from the Class C Area 4 Legion tournament played at Adams July 18-22. The first game of the  tournament on Friday, July 18, was a disappointment for the team as they... + continue reading
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By Ray Kappel Sunrise Publications, Inc. This is the final story in a series of stories examing care in dog breeding kennels and the role laws and enforcement play in a local setting. The Commercial Dog and Cat Operator Inspection Act was passed in 2000, and according to State Senator... + continue reading
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“We want to help these young athletes move their bodies efficiently without injury,” said Jed Droge, physical therapist at the Johnson County Hospital in Tecumseh. Approximately 15 students from the schools of Pawnee City, Sterling and Johnson County Central Schools are currently... + continue reading
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With our sports editor away from her desk, we thought you might enjoy a few photos of our Tecumseh Seniors playing in the most recent tournament   To view more please log in or... + continue reading