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Appleumpkin moving full steam ahead

In a year where so many festivals have cancelled, Appleumpkin Festival visitors and vendors are looking forward to th

Mary Tommelein retires after 38 years in education

A career dedicated to teaching and supporting youth, a life spent volunteering, and a passion for helping young peopl

Witt runs for re-election in Raisin Township

Dale Witt would like to continue serving the Raisin Charter Township community as township supervisor after spending

Arson fire guts Dollar General

No injuries were reported after an arson fire ravaged the North Evans Street Dollar General on Monday leaving substan

Belts tighten as school board approves budget for 2020-21

Schools across Michigan are anticipating a loss of around $680 per student in state funding after the coronavirus pan

TCA seeks participants for Street Art Trail project

Tecumseh Center for the Arts strives to be a vital part of the artistic culture of Tecumseh and enrich people’s lives

Children inside house survive crash

“It’s a nightmare,” said Sam Van Sickle, recalling last Thursday’s crash of a Nissan SUV into and through his home at

Governor to allow in-person learning with strict rules

On Tuesday, June 17 Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced that Michigan schools may resume in-person learning in phase

Explore Tecumseh's waterways with Tecumseh Paddle Company

After months of waiting for warm weather and approval to open up, Tecumseh Paddling Company is ready to get people on

TPS staff member tests positive for COVID-19

Late Sunday, June 14, Tecumseh Public Schools released a statement announcing that a South Early Learning Center staf

THS graduate organizes seminar/community conversation event

In addition to protests in support of the Black Lives Matter movement and against police brutality toward people of c

That Used Bookstore reopens as ReRead

Tecumseh resident Linda Tuckey had too many books, so she did the obvious thing: she bought a bookstore.

Budget cuts, resignation on board agenda

Budget cuts were a main point of discussion during Monday night’s meeting of the Tecumseh Public Schools Board of Edu

Local protest follows death of George Floyd

A crowd of approximately 150 protesters gathered Saturday afternoon in downtown Tecumseh to demonstrate against the d

Area schools announce dates for graduation ceremonies

Commencement is the pinnacle of the year for high school seniors and like so many of the milestones for the Class of

Restaurants reopen for inside dining starting Monday

It’s been a long three months for restaurants and bars, brew-pubs and distilleries, cafes and coffee houses.

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