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Tritt returns to school board to fill vacancy

The Tecumseh Public Schools Board of Education unanimously chose former board member Dr.

Flu shots help prevent illness, hospitalization and death

After a summer of dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, the start of the flu season is fast approaching.

TPS teachers' alternative learning plan nixed

With a last-minute alternate plan vetoed by Tecumseh Public Schools Superintendent Rick Hilderley, Jennifer Gentry, p

Paper Street Soap to open in historic 1872 McClure Block

A historical downtown Tecumseh building has a new life and a new tenant, a fresh beginning for both the structure and

Council adopts resolution to aide restaurants, bars

Downtown restaurants and bars will be able to expand seating capacity following action by Tecumseh City Council Monda

Voting options expand for general election

Despite concerns about voting options for the upcoming November 3 general election, local officials say that the proc

TBC’s Truck Norris, Atlas Mill Distilling Company and Nature’s Beauty Box ordered to stop using names

For small business owners, finding a memorable name for a new company takes time and much thought, with a goal to bui

Renovation and resolution slow for local family

The crash that tore apart the Van Sickle home occurred within seconds, but the recovery is happening in slow motion f

Teachers object to blended learning

The three options for learning at Tecumseh Public Schools this fall — in-person, distance and virtual — hit a snag at

THS art and music staff use creativity in COVID-19 challenge

Students resuming classes at Tecumseh Public Schools this fall will be facing many changes, but they will still be ab

Football moves to spring; some fall sports in limbo

The Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) has been working for weeks on creating guidance for the return

The Hive Project to transform Boysville

Once farmland owned by American industrialist Henry Ford as part of 10,000 acres in Lenawee County called Quirk Farms

New urgent care to open in former bank branch

In the next few weeks a new urgent care will open at 501 E. Chicago Blvd. Dr.

Downtown businesses weather the storm

While many Michigan communities have struggled with business closures in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Tecumseh

Tecumseh Public Schools delay start of school year to Sept. 8

A lengthy livestreamed meeting Monday night and more than an hour of discussion on the MI Safe Schools 2020-21 Return

A unique graduation for THS achieves high marks

In spite of a delay of several weeks, Tecumseh High School’s graduation of the class of 2020 on Sunday, July 19 was a

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