Wednesday, November 19, 2014
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Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day are the main holidays of the year when people eat the most turkey. Paul Rohrbaugh of Steinauer and his family have been raising turkeys organically to sell commercially since 1991 through their family-owned direct marketing business, Pawnee... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
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St. John’s Lutheran Preschool is very appreciative of all the volunteer work that has resulted in a beautiful, new playground. Arnold Bartels’ love for children moved him to make his money available for the preschool playground. The preschool board researched and ordered the... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
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TECUMSEH - The 1-4 record of the Tecumseh B team reflects the investment in youth, but not the heart of team. With the loss of dynamic players such as Jon Duncan and Julio Reyes emerged a young team with its sights  set on beating last year's 4-1 record.     ... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
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Tecumseh’s 5th-6th grade football team had another great season finishing with four wins and one loss. This year’s team had a remarkable season considering at the start of the season they had only 12 players with an average weight of less than 95 lbs. per player. In every game, the... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
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During the Veterans Supper held at the Cook Community Center on November 9, Joyce Roesener of Cook was recognized for being named as the 2013-2014 Unit Member of the Year by the Department of Nebraska American Legion Auxiliary. Joyce is a member of the Bickel-Nelson Unit 360 in Cook, NE... + continue reading

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11/19/2014
The Johnson County Central High School One Act Play cast and crew are eagerly preparing for this fall’s production of The Cop and the Anthem. This play is a comedy adapted for the stage by Mark Bucci from a short story with the same name by O. Henry. Set in the early 1900s, The Cop and the... + continue reading
11/12/2014
The Tecumseh City Council is continuing to discuss when it needs to approve purchases made by the Board of Public Works  Under the current ordinance, City Council needs to approve a purchase if it is more than $20,000 unless the purchase is for normal operating expenses, according... + continue reading

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The song “We are the Champions” played in the background as Sterling students filed into the school auditorium to be recognized for their outstanding performance on the Nebraska Standard Assessment tests. Sterling Public Schools ranked 37th out of 223 schools in the Nebraska... + continue reading
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ADAMS, NORRIS – The Johnson-Brock Lady Eagles entered the Class D2-1 subdistricts as the #1 seed and  proved they were worthy of it as they knocked off Lewiston and Falls City Sacred Heart to advance to the Class D2-1 District Championships last week. On Monday, November 3rd, the... + continue reading
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STERLING - The Johnson-Brock Lady Eagles didn’t have much of a treat for the Sterling Lady Jets in both teams’ final regular season game on Halloween night, Friday, October 31st. The Lady Eagles played more of a trick on the Lady Jets as they defeated them on their home court in... + continue reading
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TECUMSEH - The 1-4 record of the Tecumseh B team reflects the investment in youth, but not the heart of team. With the loss of dynamic players such as Jon Duncan and Julio Reyes emerged a young... + continue reading