Published by Tecumseh Herald on Mon, 11/02/2015 - 1:15pm
Paula Holtz, Tecumseh’s economic development director, said she was pleased with the inaugural year of Movies in the Park, a local event that hosted movies in Adams Park next to Tecumseh City Hall throughout the summer and early fall.
On Tuesday, Nov. 3, voters will be heading to the ballot box. Locally, only those in the City of Tecumseh will be casting their ballot, which will decide three city council seats and an ordinance allowing backyard chickens.
With the fiscal year coming to a close, the Raisin Township Board of Trustees is working on finalizing the 2016 budget for the township. Trustees met twice last week, discussing possible changes to the budget.
The Southern Michigan Railroad Society had fall color tours on Saturday, Oct. 24, where passengers passed through Tecumseh on their way to Clinton. The fall color tourists took a two-hour ride from downtown Tecumseh where they boarded the train.
Three members of the Raisin Township Board of Trustees met Friday morning to discuss the 2016 township budget during a workshop session. Present were trustees Larry Crittenden, Kami Johnson and Debra Brousseau.
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Over 100 students gathered for a sit-in protest at Tecumseh High School (THS) on November 24. Students said they objected to the recent firing of coaches Eddy Foley and Scott Norkey. Photo by Mickey Alvarado.