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Appointment seats Brooks back on board

The first action at Monday night’s meeting of the Tecumseh Public Schools Board of Education was to accept the Lenawe

Hiking Safely - Police issue statement on safety at city parks

As the weather gets warmer and Mother Nature starts showing all her glory, it’s the perfect time to get out into natu

Longtime coach gets Hall of Fame honors

With 41 years of coaching, 32 of those at Tecumseh High School, Bob Ondrovick has a history of leading and teaching y

City to restrict zoning for hemp to business park

Tecumseh City Council changed course on Monday in regards to zoning for industrial hemp.

Council votes to hike water, sewer rates 7.5 percent

Just like Old Faithful, water and sewer rates are going up.

Clinton Community Schools seek $34 million bond proposal

Almost 25 years have passed since the last time Clinton Community Schools asked the public to support a bond proposal

Body of missing woman found in River Raisin

The body of a 30-year-old Adrian woman was recovered from the River Raisin on Thursday, 18 days after she was last se

Workers strike at Kirchhoff Automotive
Tensions flare at Tecumseh School Board meeting

Tensions were high at Monday’s meeting of the Tecumseh Public Schools Board of Education, which began with a new pres

Agreement reached on sale of mill building

A purchase agreement on the sale of the Hayden-Ford Mill Building was approved 6-1 by the Tecumseh City Council at Mo

City agrees to sell 20 acres for $3 million development

It’s been a long wait.

Ordinance passes to regulate hemp operations in city

A proactive step to control and regulate any business that opens in Tecumseh to manufacture hemp was taken Monday by

BrickHouse Exchange offers a delicious twist

Britton is the place to go for authentic East Coast soft pretzels every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Board violates state law over appointment, president out

At a special meeting of the Tecumseh School Board Tuesday night, Supt.

Clinton takes down New Lothrop for back-to-back title

Clinton’s head wrestling Coach Jeff Rolland called New Lothrop the program “everyone wants to be.” New Lothrop wrestl

Proposal to regulate hemp clarified by city

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