Wednesday, July 29, 2015
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WILBER - The Tecumseh Junior Legion baseball team recently finished their 2015 season at the Area 4 District Tournament at Wilber held over the July 10th-14th weekend. Game #1 Game 1 featured #1 Wilber against #8 Tecumseh on Friday, July 10th with the final score being Wilber 4, Tecumseh 0. Chase... + continue reading
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TECUMSEH - The 2nd Annual race sponosored by 57 Fitness was held on Thursday, July 23rd in Tecumseh. The race required teams of 4 and involved fitness, strategy, logic, trivia, heart rate control similar to a biathlon (to get the heart rate up then have to do an activity that requires precision),... + continue reading
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Regan Tams looks like she is enjoying herself! Members of the Cook Fire Department hooked up one of their fire hoses to a hydrant, Friday, July 24, so children of the Cook community could come and cool off on a hot summer afternoon. Temperature reached 93 degrees that day. The record for that day... + continue reading
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This large tree located in the front yard of Steve and Donna Rothell’s home about seven miles west and three miles south of Tecumseh, was struck by lightning during a thunderstorm about 9 a.m. on Saturday morning. Steve said he’d never see a tree split that way before. To view more please log... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 29, 2015
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“I still enjoy life,” said Lucille Truscott of Sterling who celebrated her 100th birthday at the Sterling Senior Center with many of her family and friends around her on Saturday, July 25. She added that she doesn’t really feel like she’s 100 years old. Lucille was born on Saturday, July 25, 1915... + continue reading

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07/29/2015
By Ann Wickett the most discussed agenda item. This time at a special meeting of the Tecumseh City Council Monday, July 27th. Although the meeting was called to discuss the entire city budget, the most heated discussion was about the wording used to identify the positions of Doug Goracke and... + continue reading
07/22/2015
By Ann Wickett Terry Kage, who retired in 2010, remembers when he was utilities superintendent, the Board of Public Works considered step wages for the utility employees based on their job performances. He added that these step wages were based on merit and may only be a 1/2 or a 1/3 step. It was... + continue reading

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By Ann Wickett “It’s an honor to be a Legionnaire,” said Harley Goings who received a pin and certificate for 50 years of membership in the Tecumseh American Legion Post #2 and for his dedicated volunteerism for the Legion programs and the Johnson County Avenue of Flags Memorial. Commander Tom... + continue reading
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The thirty-third annual Antique Machinery Show and Plowing Bee sponsored by Deer Creek Sodbusters, Inc. will be held Sunday, August 9, 2015 at the Deer Creek Show grounds, at 72927 610 Ave, 4½ miles south of Sterling, Nebraska, or 2½ miles north of Hwy 136 on county road 610 Ave (Sterling Road).... + continue reading
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On July 17, Farmers Bank of Cook celebrated 125 years of community service by partnering with the Cook Lions Club to host a BBQ during Windmill Days. The event was attended by local residents and customers from the different communities served by the Bank. Farmers Bank of Cook commenced business... + continue reading
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WILBER - The Tecumseh Junior Legion baseball team recently finished their 2015 season at the Area 4 District Tournament at Wilber held over the July 10th-14th weekend. Game #1 Game 1 featured #1... + continue reading