Wednesday, January 28, 2015
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Fr. Scott Courtney of St. Anthony’s Catholic Church in Steinauer began the new year by helping the poorest of the poor in India. He worked with the Missionaries of Charity organization, December 29 through January 9. “I assisted the mentally handicapped, the destitute and the... + continue reading
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
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“I didn’t expect to get into the program the first time I applied. It came as quite a surprise and it was a great honor,” said Jacob Leuenberger, science instructor at Johnson-Brock Schools, who traveled to San Francisco, CA as a participant in the Japan-U.S. Teacher... + continue reading
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
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More happy people are coming to the gas pumps now that the fuel prices have dropped lower than $2.00 per gallon. Tim Morrissey of M&M Supply inTecumseh said the drop in fuel prices have made his accounts receivable easier to handle. He added that his customers are happier with the lower... + continue reading
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TECUMSEH, HUMBOLDT - The Johnson County Central Thunderbirds  picked up their tenth and eleventh wins of the season this past week and are now 11-5. JCC vs. Weeping Water The JCC Thunderbirds got to double digit wins earlier in the week as they defeated the Weeping Water Indians 58-32... + continue reading
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
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LOUISVILLE - JCC wrestled at the Louisville Invite on Saturday, Jan. 24th with Justin Kuhns (126 lbs.) leading JCC with a third place finish and a 4-1 record at the tournament. Justin recorded four pins in winning matches against wrestlers from Tekamah-Herman, HTRS, Wilber, and AHST, Iowa. He... + continue reading

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01/28/2015
In our continuing efforts to help Johnson County teens make good choices, the Johnson County Community Action Network (CAN) is using Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse Prevention Federal Block Grant funding to sponsor speaker Shelly Donahue.    To... + continue reading
01/21/2015
By Ray Kappel People who had CoOportunity Health for health insurance last  year are moving on.Bruce Ramge, the state insurance director, had this to say in an email interview about CoOportunity in Nebraska. “The company’s license has been suspended. It may continue to... + continue reading

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Ava and Eli Buggi of Tecumseh took advantage of the nice January weather on Monday afternoon. Ava, Eli and their dad, Dustin Buggi headed to the park where Ava and Eli enjoyed jumping on these toadstools as temperatures climbed to about 55 degrees  ... + continue reading
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The names of the Tecumseh Animal Clinic and Adams Animal Care, Inc., will remain the same under the new ownership of Pepperhill Veterinary Services, owned and operated by Steve and Linda Schellpeper of Adams. Linda will be the owner-operator of the veterinary services. She has worked... + continue reading
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  BEATRICE - The Johnson County Central Thunderbirds almost pulled  off the upset of the Class A MudecasTournament last week, but instead settled for a 3rd place finish in a loaded division. JCC vs. FCSH The Johnson County Central Thunderbirds went into the Class  A... + continue reading
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TECUMSEH, HUMBOLDT - The Johnson County Central Thunderbirds  picked up their tenth and eleventh wins of the season this past week and are now 11-5. JCC vs. Weeping Water The JCC... + continue reading