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Estimates for city's capital improvement projects total $1.7 million

A preview of the 2021-2022 budget for the City of Tecumseh was presented to council Tuesday evening during a special

Musgrove & Company owner travels to Costa Rica for the perfect brew

Local coffee shop owner Josh Roth likes to delve into his product so he can understand all the links in the chain of

Bitter cold, snow moves into Lenawee County

A winter chill has settled in Michigan, bringing with it many issues that come from living in the frigid cold.

Survey to help form future of downtown

As the Tecumseh Downtown Development Authority (DDA) prepares to update its strategic plan, the public is invited to

Valentine’s Day goes to the dogs

February brings a theme of love when Valentine’s Day approaches, concentrating thoughts of affection toward spouses a

Board reinstates use of buildings for after-school activities, events

On Monday night, The Tecumseh Public Schools (TPS) Board of Education reinstated building usage for after-school acti

Lenawee County schools experience significant loss in enrollment

Lenawee Intermediate School District

Britton Deerfield supt. supports ‘Let Them Play’

Stacy Johnson has seen the impact that missing sports and other extracurricular activities has had on students at Bri

Muk’s Sports Pub lifted as ‘Barstool Fund’ recipient

Saturday night Karin Mukensturm got the call of a lifetime while she was sitting at home.

Icy roads lead to fatality in accident on Britton Highway

From the Lenawee County Sheriff’s Department

State lifts indoor dining ban at restaurants

Local restaurants are gearing up to welcome patrons when the new Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MD

Family Farm & Home set to open next month

There will be a familiar face overseeing operations at the new Family Farm & Home store at 2655 W. Chicago Blvd.

Dollar General reopens after restoration from arson fire

The Dollar General store at 515 N. Evans St.

Thousands register for COVID-19 vaccine as demand runs high

From the Lenawee County Health Department

Opportunities grow with DiggyPOD expansion

The recent 6,300-square-foot expansion of DiggyPOD, the print on demand book publishing company at 301 Industrial Dr.

‘Be My Eyes’ helps the vision impaired

Being blind or having a vision impairment makes doing everyday tasks a complicated affair.

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