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You’re never too young to have fun

For three Tecumseh-area golfers, 80 may well be the new 60.

Ice cream social to be held Sunday at Old Macon Township Hall

The Macon Township Hall at 10700 Ridge Hwy., Britton, also known as the Schroeder Cow Palace, is owned by local resid

Party on the Patio celebrates frontline workers with drinks, food, live music

Clear off your schedule this Friday evening for an outdoor party that everyone is invited to.

City Council approves contract for water plant workers

A collective bargaining agreement between the city and members of the InternationaUnion of Operating Engineers Local

Twist of fate brings about bittersweet changes

Susan Turner began working as the director of development at Hospice of Lenawee (HOL) in 2010, left when she and her

The Station opens in familiar location

When Dick Johnson and his daughter, Beth Kennedy, closed their upscale restaurant Evans Street Station in July 2020 a

Swift to challenge incumbents in city council race

Four candidates will vie for three seats on Tecumseh City Council in the November 2 general election in a race betwee

Worker shortage not only linked to unemployment benefits

A worker shortage throughout the world has complicated commerce and business operations since the COVID-19 pandemic s

Major county recreation facility proposed

A public/private partnership between the Lenawee County Commission and private stakeholders has led to a proposed $40

Sports Hut closing

In 2008, Jeff and Janelle McClure made a decision to open The Sports Hut to sell school spirit wear and custom-printe

School board sets policies for start of 2021-22

The organizational meeting of the Tecumseh Public Schools (TPS) Board of Directors Monday night covered a lot of grou

Teachers reject new contract proposal

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Tecumseh Public Schools

Raisin Township seeks millage for road construction

A proposed .95 millage will be on the ballot for Raisin Charter Township residents in November, a plan created by the

New marketing and events manager at Tecumseh Area Chamber of Commerce gets to know Tecumseh

Megan Serin of Adrian is the newest face in the Tecumseh Area Chamber of Commerce office, and she’s enthusiastic abou

Beach Party returns with tons of sand

Tecumseh’s annual Summer Beach Party will return next weekend with some new activities and plenty of sandy fun for lo

Nourish Juicery and Kitchen returns to downtown

When Sarah Verlinde started making fresh cold-pressed juices and plant-based, gluten-free and soy-free foods to sell

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