Wednesday, August 27, 2014
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“I think we compliment each other real well,” said Pete Ricketts Nebraska’s Republican candidate for Governor. About two weeks after the 2014 May Primary Election, Pete Ricketts asked current Lt. Governor Heidemann to be his running mate for the general election in... + continue reading
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
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Kale Wolken of Tecumseh, and a 2012 graduate of Johnson-Brock Schools, recently competed in the Decathlon events held in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada as a member of Team USA. He was one of 79 Team USA members competing in this particular event. The Decathlon consists of 10 events... + continue reading
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
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The English Classroom and the computer lab at Johnson County Central Schools will be switched for the 2014-2015 school year. This will allow the computer lab more visibility and supervision. Johnson County Central Schools will participate in an e-library program for schools, which will... + continue reading
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
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The 2014 Johnson County Fair came to an end with the 4-H Premium Sale held on Sunday evening. Below are the exhibitors, premium and buyers in each category. Total for premium sale: $31,985.00 Swine Elly Lempka, $375, Dean Seeds; Brian Heusman, $350, First Bank of Sterling; Sydney Huls, $325... + continue reading
Wednesday, August 20, 2014
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“Everything went well. I think this year’s fair was a great success,” said Steve Bartels, president of the Johnson County Fair Board. Because of a little rain, the attendance on Friday might have been down slightly. However, the big storm predicted for about 5 p.m. on Friday... + continue reading

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08/27/2014
Muddy field conditions were a factor in an accident located in the field parking area located north of the Deer Creek Sodbusters showgrounds four miles south of Sterling on August 10. According to an accident report by the Johnson County Sheriff’s Department, a 2007 Chevy Suburban... + continue reading
08/20/2014
The families of Mikayla Higgins and Katelyn Boden, both of Lincoln have returned to the Johnson County Fair every year. Mikayla and Katelyn show animals as well as display food, fashion and other projects as 4-H members. This year will be the last year for Mikayla to show her 4-H talents.... + continue reading

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Sunday night was a great night for a fair parade! There were several entries in both the Veterans’ parade and regular fair parade for everyone to enjoy! Parade winners are as follows: Commercial Floats and Vehicles: Tecumseh Central Market, first; Kerner True Value, second and 57 Fitness,... + continue reading
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On August 2, 2014, the Knights of Columbus Council #6750 held the 7th Annual McGivney Golf Scramble at Tecumseh Country Club golf course. We were blessed by some wonderful weather and great participation as 36 participants competed in the 4-person scramble. The Mahoney Team won the Championship... + continue reading
08/13/2014 - 0 comment(s)
“All my memories of the farm are special, especially raising my children and four grandchildren,” said Steve Mommens of Tecumseh. He and his wife, Mary, will be recipients of AkSarBen’s 2014 Pioneer Farm Family Award at the Johnson County Fair on Sunday night, August 17.... + continue reading
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08/27/2014 - 0 comment(s)
The 2014 Johnson County Fair came to an end with the 4-H Premium Sale held on Sunday evening. Below are the exhibitors, premium and buyers in each category. Total for premium sale: $31,985.00... + continue reading