Published by Tecumseh Herald on Thu, 01/05/2017 - 9:05am
A bit of Tecumseh history will end October 31 when the Big Boy restaurant at 2701 E. Monroe Rd., owned by Joe and Sherri Tuckey and Joe’s brother, Blair, will cease to be a franchise, dropping the Big Boy name.
Published by Tecumseh Herald on Thu, 01/05/2017 - 9:03am
Tecumseh City Council passed a resolution on Tuesday to amend the city’s 2016-17 budget for the general fund from $5,240,872 to $5,394,355 following unexpected revenues during the last six months. The city is currently halfway through the fiscal year, which runs July 1 through June 30.
Published by Tecumseh Herald on Thu, 01/05/2017 - 8:57am
Lightning Quick may be a familiar name to Tecumseh area residents. Owner Rex Crist closed the party shop’s doors in 1999 to make room for what is now CVS Pharmacy. But Crist is back and this time he’s building Lightning Quick Gas N Go near the intersection of M-50 and M-52.
Published by Tecumseh Herald on Thu, 12/29/2016 - 10:29am
• A candlelight vigil was held at the Tecumseh Community Pool to remember Jacob Schaedler, 17, Tecumseh High School student and member of the swim team. Schaedler was killed on January 3 in Kalkaska County when the snowmobile he was riding crashed into a tree.
Published by Tecumseh Herald on Thu, 12/22/2016 - 10:12am
A reimbursement of $199,000 to the city of Tecumseh for 2016 will be made by the State of Michigan Department of Treasury, which is required to replace local government revenues lost when personal property from manufacturers became exempt.
Published by Tecumseh Herald on Thu, 12/22/2016 - 10:08am
The 16th annual Christmas dinner at the Tecumseh Senior Center brought generations together December 15, when students from Tecumseh High School (THS) and Tecumseh Middle School (TMS) joined the center’s patrons to celebrate the season.
Published by Tecumseh Herald on Thu, 12/22/2016 - 10:07am
A 50th anniversary celebration for Tecumseh High School’s (THS) varsity wrestling program scheduled to take place on Wednesday during a home wrestling meet changed its designation to a 60th anniversary event after a letter to the editor sent to The Tecumseh Herald clarified history.
Published by Tecumseh Herald on Thu, 12/15/2016 - 9:56am
A recent public announcement by the Jackson County United Way office accuses Lenawee Cares, a program of the Lenawee Community Foundation (LCF), of violating their Donor Choice Policy that prohibits agencies from promoting designations to themselves, and of making false statements regarding Unite
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