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The November 12 meeting of the Tecumseh Public Schools Board of Education was full of gratitude and emotion as current board members Roger Hart, Steve... [Read More]
The Tecumseh Planning Commission approved a final site plan Tuesday night for a second expansion in less than two years at Kirchhoff Automotive at 1200... [Read More]
A local martial arts tournament at Tecumseh High School, hosted by Sandoval's ATA Martial Arts school, attracted taekwondo enthusiasts from around the state and across... [Read More]
When Justin Voorhees, M.D., began this fall as the new medical director for Hospice of Lenawee, it was the first time the organization hired a... [Read More]
As a lifelong member of the Tecumseh community, I'd like to express appreciation to current board members for their dedication and public service, supporting students... [Read More]
Location: Brooklyn Moose Lodge #2651 Corner of W US 12 & Pentecost Hwy $10 per person, pulled pork, baked beans, coleslaw and a roll. Game... [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]
For the second year, seventh and eighth grade students from Tecumseh East and West STEAM Centers started their school year with service projects in Tecumseh,... [Read More]
Art and travel come together October 6 – 7 for the Lenawee Byways Art Tour. On display will be the work of more than 50... [Read More]
The Tecumseh Center for the Arts (TCA) has announced its 2018-2019 National Touring Season featuring five shows with a variety of high-caliber talent scheduled from... [Read More]
Patricia Jean (Stocking) Chapman-Burkel, 90, passed away Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2018, in Grayslake, Ill.  She was born March 22, 1928 in Detroit, Mich. to Corrine... [Read More]
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