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Tecumseh Reviews Cuts, Cares Act and COVID-19

State funding cuts for Tecumseh Public Schools were larger than expected this month, but the...

 
 By Jennifer Pitts    News    January 7, 2021

Bradley Takes Seat On Tecumseh City Council

With the newest council member seated among the five-member legislative body, the Tecumseh City...

 

Tecumseh Discusses Changes To Return To Learn Plan

Changes to the district's "Return to Learn" plan and COVID-19 notifications were among discussions...

 

Tecumseh Approves Raises For All Employees

Money was a common theme during the December meeting of the Tecumseh City Council Monday – includi...

 

Local, State COVID-19 Impact Surpasses Decade of Flu

Nov. 17 – The county added 270 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases in the past week, as the state...

 

TPS Approves New Rules For Winter Sports

New rules for attendance at indoor sporting events, the firing of an employee, the purchase of 35...

 

Division Among Residents Over Rezoning Request

Tree trimming, a rezoning request for a wrecking service and other issues drew seven residents and...

 

County COVID-19 Deaths Rise to 17

An institutional virus outbreak landed Pottawatomie County in the red this week and another local...

 

Three more Deaths reported In The Past Two Days

Nov. 11, 2020 – Another COVID-19 death in Pottawatomie was confirmed Tuesday and two more today...

 

Pott County: 10th in State Cases, tops 2,000 cases, 2 more deaths this week

• Pottawatomie County ranks among top 10 for total cases • First COVID-19 nursing home death...

 

Property Prompts Executive Session For Tecumseh

Discussions regarding the purchase or appraisal of property prompted an executive session by the...

 

$5.5 Million In County CARES Act Funds Available

Cities and towns throughout Pottawatomie County were allocated a total of $5,590,012 in CARES Act...

 

Good News And Bad News For Tecumseh

Financially, the city of Tecumseh had some good news and some bad news for officials to consider...

 

Chamber Flourishes Under New Director

Even a growing pandemic couldn't stop Leslie Merritt from jumping into her new role as director for...

 

Positive Test Numbers Increase In Pottawatomie County

Sept. 1 – Since Aug. 20, Tecumseh's first day back to school, the district has announced eight...

 

Pottawatomie County 12th in State COVID-19 Cases

Aug. 25 – As Tecumseh, Asher and McLoud schools have reported cases of COVID-19, Pottawatomie...

 
 By Jennifer Pitts    News    August 20, 2020

Pottawatomie County Schools Respond to Orange COVID-19 Alert

Aug. 21 – Pottawatomie County school districts looked at a possible need to change protocols for...

 
 By Jennifer Pitts    News    August 20, 2020

Pottawatomie County 12th in State COVID-19 Cases

By Jennifer Pitts Aug. 25 – As Tecumseh, Asher and McLoud schools have reported cases of COVID-19,...

 
 By Jennifer Pitts    News    August 13, 2020

Tecumseh Board Discusses Re-Opening Changes

During the last regular meeting before the new school year begins, Tecumseh Board of Education...

 

OSDH Confirms One New Death In Pottawatomie County

Aug. 11, 2020 – Another Pottawatomie County death was reported this week as 45 new COVID-19...

 

8-12-20: County COVID-19 Update

Aug. 12, 2020 – Today's data reflects six new official Pottawatomie County novel coronavirus...

 
 By Jennifer Pitts    News    August 6, 2020

Executive Session Held Following 'Rookie Mistake'

New information has been obtained regarding a mysterious executive session conducted by the...

 
 By Jennifer Pitts    News    August 6, 2020

Tecumseh Makes Short Work Of The Meeting Agenda

This month's Tecumseh City Council meeting may have started a few minutes late, but it did start...

 
 By Jennifer Pitts    Virus    August 6, 2020

COVID-19 Claims Two More County Lives Over Weekend

Aug. 4, 2020 – Two more COVID-19 deaths were reported in Pottawatomie County this week, bringing...

 
 By Jennifer Pitts    News    August 6, 2020

Tecumseh Splash Pad, Park Back Open Today; City Hall To Reopen Monday

Yesterday, Tecumseh City Hall was closed after officials learned an employee had tested positive...

 

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