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Smiths Discover Good, Bad Surprises on the Erie Canal Bike Trail

Larry and Barbara Smith, owners of The Bicycle Shoppe in Shawnee, can blame a catchy folk song for...

 

Not At A Loss For Words, Just Figuring Out The Right Words

I have a problem, and I’m sure I’m not alone. Otherwise, the sayings “at a loss for words” a...

 
 By Natasha Dunagan    News    October 21, 2021 

Lankford Visits Constituants At Local Shawnee Coffee Shop

U.S. Senator James Lankford spoke to a group of around 20 people on Oct. 13 at Coffee n' Crafts in...

 

Shawnee Approves Arvest For Scoreboard Naming

If everything goes according to plan, Shawnee High School will have a new scoreboard in place at...

 

Churchwell Sells Pieces Of Dale's, Her History

By Natasha Dunagan Ranay Churchwell, of Dale, recently made a decision to share part of her family's...

 

CPN Presents Potawatomi Fire At FireLake Arena

Professional basketball has arrived at FireLake Arena on Hardesty Rd. It was announced on Sept. 29,...

 

Frontier Days Draws Large Crowds

Organized by Tecumseh Together, the 44th Annual Frontier Days drew large crowds back to Broadway Str...

 

Teen Shares Story Of Hope Through Pageantry

At first glance, Izabelle Hall, daughter of John and Stephanie Hall, of Tecumseh, looks like any typ...

 

Things Will Change, Everyone Will Grow Up

I interviewed a young woman this week, and I could so relate to her story. While mine didn't take...

 

Jefferson Receives Surprise From On Our Sleeves, Big Lots

Jefferson Elementary School, in Shawnee, is one of only 11 schools in the United States which was...

 

Veterans Raising Funds For Gold Star Monument

Woodland Veterans Park, in Shawnee, has several monuments to those who have fought and died for the...

 

Third Annual Frenzy On Federal Features First Live 5K

BancFirst, at Harrison and Federal streets in Shawnee, hosted their Third Annual Frenzy on Federal...

 

Standing Room Only At Shawnee Board Meeting

It was standing room only if someone came late to the Sept. 13 Shawnee Board of Education monthly me...

 

Frontier Days Returns To Broadway, Sep. 25

Tecumseh's birthday party, Frontier Days, is back. The 44th annual festival is returning after...

 

Shawnee Creates Assistant Director Of Transportation Position

While the first half of the Sept. 13 Shawnee Board of Education meeting dealt with public comments...

 

Shawnee School Board Sets Date For Arthur Hearing

By Natasha Dunagan In response to the arrest of Shawnee Assistant Athletic Director Ron Arthur on...

 

THS Cheer Boosters Host Back 2 School Car Show

Tecumseh High School may have some interesting vehicles in its parking lot during the school week,...

 

Wayne And Gloria Trotter Did Journalism Their Way

With this newspaper issue comes the end of an era. Wayne and Gloria Trotter, former owners of the...

 

The Clinic Pharmacy Continues Richards Drug Services

When Richards Drug closed on Dec. 31, 2020, its customers were transferred to The Clinic Pharmacy...

 

Trust In The Future Brings Her Back Home

Trust. That was the word that came to me at the white stone ceremony at my church in January 2020. I...

 

Outdoor Nation Expo Founders Teach Others The Traditions

Thousands filled the FireLake Arena on Friday and Saturday for the Outdoor Nation Expo, one of the...

 

Pottawatomie Profile

On the afternoon of Sunday, July 25, Dr. Ron Lewis could be found playing the pipe organ at the...

 
 By Natasha Dunagan    News    August 5, 2021

Bass Fills Vacant Seat On Shawnee School Board

After over an hour in executive session at the Aug. 2 meeting, the Shawnee Board of Education...

 

Local Football Players Compete In All State Games

Four football players, graduates from Pottawatomie County high schools, contributed their talent to...

 

Museum Opens Milburn Center After Years Of Planning

After 12 years of planning and fund-raising, the Paul and Ann Milburn Center opened quietly in June...

 

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