Tecumseh Class of 1955 001More than 30 members of Tecumseh High School’s graduating class of 1955 assembled for a reunion held last week in Springfield.

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Tecumseh Sophomore leaves dance early to greet her grandfather upon his return from D.

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Nearly 50 Clark County homeschool students attended a special session at the Davidson Interpretive Center last week, experiencing the daily demands of life as one of George Rogers Clark’s soldiers in the Battle of Peckuwe.

Nationwide campaign takes place in October

TAC Enterprises today announced its participation in National Disability Employment Awareness Month, an annual awareness campaign that takes place each October.

Despite the rain and unseasonable temperatures on Saturday, National Trails Parks and Recreation District sponsored the annual Woofstock event in Snyder Park near the new Central Bark Dog Park.

The e-heap office will no longer be giving phone appointments from our office or by walking into our office.


Despite two-thirds of the festival being mired in rain, visitors still flocked to Main Street for the annual Heritage of Flight Festival held this past weekend.

Jessica's Story

Heroin, a highly addictive opioid drug has increasingly become a major impact on our local area.

Following news of an Experian data breach affecting records of about 15 million T-Mobile customers and potential customers, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today is encouraging consumers to guard against identity theft.