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Local politicians respond to Capitol attack

When masses of pro-Donald Trump protestors stormed the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday, Jan.

Board disciplines athletic director for violating orders

Superintendent Rick Hilderley has disciplined Tecumseh Public Schools’ (TPS) athletic director, Jon Zajac, following

Peppers Mexican Grill opens in Tecumseh Plaza

There’s a new restaurant in town at 1410 W. Chicago Blvd.

Ice Sculpture Festival set for January 16-17

Neither snow nor cold nor a coronavirus pandemic will prevent the 12th Annual Ice Festival from taking place in downt

Momentum grows for Hive Project in Macon

A 215-acre parcel at 8759 Clinton Macon Rd.

Grey Fox, Tecumseh Coins move into new digs

After a week of moving from their temporary home to the new Grey Fox Floral building at 125 S.

Ray of light ends a very dark year

It was a historic day on December 28 at ProMedica Charles and Virginia Hickman Hospital (CVHH).

Solar field project proposed in Macon Township

The open fields of Macon Township may soon transform into solar fields, bringing a new crop for area farmers and much

Tecumseh City Council action ends year on positive note

Tecumseh City Council ended its last meeting of 2020 with a positive bang Monday with the announcement of a major con

Historic Comfort Schoolhouse has stories of Henry Ford visit and Christmas Trees

Five minutes from downtown Tecumseh, where Centennial Road ends at Rogers Highway, sits a yellow brick building with

Accident claims life of Tecumseh police officer

The Tecumseh Police Department is mourning the loss of a 23-year veteran of the force after Sergeant Darrin Lee Brigg

Churches maintain services for worship during pandemic

No matter what denomination a person worships in, the church is an extended part of their family.

Memorial of trees sought for DJ Martin

When news of the passing of Martin’s Home Center owner DJ Martin reached community members last week, Tecumseh reside

‘His heart was in Tecumseh’

DJ Martin loved the Tecumseh community in many visible ways and also behind the scenes, contributing to causes and ev

From Britton to Rome, Traveling a Straight Line

For 1983 Britton-Macon graduate Kevin Benham, art, landscape and biology are interrelated and provide a fascinating p

Riddle stepping down as chamber director in April

Vicki Riddle has been part of making downtown Tecumseh and the Tecumseh area shine since August 2009 in her role as E

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