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The newly elected board members at Tecumseh Public Schools and the district's superintendent, Dr. Kelly Coffin, have mutually agreed to a separation agreement subject to... [Read More]
Three Tecumseh teachers are in the middle of a conflict between their union, the school district and the board of education, due to charges of... [Read More]
Aside from approving the acceptance of several donations, Tecumseh Board of Education members took no action and used their time at Monday's board meeting to... [Read More]
Great things are in store for the Tecumseh Farmers Market and the Tecumseh Area Chamber of Commerce with the hiring of Milan resident Gaige Tucker,... [Read More]
The Tecumseh High School Boys Swim Team picked up a resounding victory against Ypsilanti on Tuesday, Jan. 8, winning all 12 events and beating the... [Read More]
The Clinton Girls Basketball Team split two games, losing to Tri-County Conference (TCC) foes Madison, but picked up the first victory of the season against... [Read More]
Emily D. Pilbeam Naugle Cote Turner, age 87, of Tecumseh passed away Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2019, at Lenawee Medical Care Facility with her family by... [Read More]
I recently had the "privilege" of attending the board of education meeting for Britton Deerfield Schools on January 10.  I had kind of figured that... [Read More]
To Governor Whitmer: This missive is my plea for you to build a freeway interchange which would affect thousands of Southeast Michigan citizens. [Read More]
Do you have a way to pay for college? If not, there is still time to file your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FASFA).... [Read More]
Two incidents involving Britton Deerfield (BD) Schools Superintendent Stacy Johnson have brought her professionalism into question by the parties involved and have resulted in complaints... [Read More]
The City of Tecumseh has received a federal grant from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) to the tune of $71,641.49, to spend over... [Read More]
The ongoing problem with deer overpopulation inside the city limits will be analyzed this October during a government-led survey by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. [Read More]
Dr. Kirk James Stubbs of Britton, Mich. passed away on September 15. He was the loving husband of Jamie Joi-Ann Stubbs and a devoted stepfather... [Read More]
We need to have an honest and real discussion within the community of Tecumseh about our schools. During the last year and a half much... [Read More]
As a resident of Tecumseh I have watched with interest the evolution of the Tecumseh School System. [Read More]
We would like to thank the two men who voluntarily stopped at the Tecumseh Area Historical Museum on September 15 to help our treasurer who... [Read More]
I recently wrote a letter to Congressman Tim Walberg regarding claims he made in his most recent electronic newsletter.  With an election looming, I feel... [Read More]
Location: Tecumseh District Library, 215 N. Ottawa St. JFOL meets on the 4th Monday of every month during the school year. Teens in grades 7-12... [Read More]
Location: Britton Library, 120 College Ave., Britton Watch Harry Potter during his sixth year at Hogwarts while enjoying popcorn and Polyjuice at the Britton Library's... [Read More]
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