The top ten readers at each grade level were invited to a breakfast held in their honor in the Tecumseh Middle School Library. Mrs. Casson and Mrs.READ MORE
The first two New Carlisle Elementary Fit Club members to reach the ten-mile mark were Ella Clayborn and Ava Hennigan. Students track their progressREAD MORE
Fourth and fifth grade students at New Carlisle Elementary are participating in the Earth Day Groceries Project this year by decorating paper groceryREAD MORE
The valedictorian candidates for Tecumseh High School from the Class of 2017 are (from left to right):
Matthew Brown, son of Tim and Lori Brown.READ MORE
At the April 11, 2017 meeting of the Bethel Township Trustees, the trustees held a public hearing before their regular meeting to discuss the proposedREAD MORE
At the April 12, 2017 meeting of the Clark County Commissioners, commissioners heard an update from Community and Economic Develop Director Tom HaleREAD MORE
At the April 5, 2017 meeting of the Clark County Commissioners, the commissioners passed a resolution in support of 17 landowners for theirREAD MORE
Auditor John S. Federer wishes to inform the citizens and taxpayers of Clark County that the first phase of the 2019 Real Property Reappraisal projectREAD MORE
Tecumseh Middle School Social Studies teacher Mr. Joel Drake annually involves sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students in a fundraising effort forREAD MORE
Mr. Todd Vehorn, Tecumseh Vocational Agriculture instructor, announced the FFA Students of the Month for March.
Senior Lucy Eier is the top student ofREAD MORE
TECUMSEH HIGH SCHOOL
9th Grade: Kassandra Aboite, Maritsa Aboyte-Garibay, Harley Adamson, Madison Adduci, Douglas Asbury, Noah Barker,READ MORE
Spring is an exciting time in education as we get to witness the success of a year of teaching and learning. Seeing our students achieve their goalsREAD MORE
Stories on people, places, events and businesses right here in Western Clark County.
Meetings and news from local Boards of Education, Township Trustees and County Commissioners.
Arrows, Bees & Warriors; we cover all local high school sports, as well as local semi-pro and adult leagues