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Just as chain stores and gas stations are plentiful in present-day Lenawee County, there were no shortages of post offices in the county's early years.... [Read More]
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A retired Adrian veterinarian has penned a 74-page, illustrated book to show his love for animals through stories and poems. Howard Pennington recently released... [Read More]
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Options are being explored on how to best redevelop the former McKinley Elementary School property in Adrian. Lynne Punnett, executive director of Habitat for... [Read More]
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The Woodstock Township Board on Monday approved dissolving the zoning inspector position and combining it with an ordinance administration role. The board voted 4-1... [Read More]
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The Rollin Township Board approved its portion of a petition to make improvements to the Rollin/Woodstock sanitary drain network. The township joined Woodstock Township... [Read More]
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A reporter from The Bryan Times in Ohio has written a book on the 2010 disappearance of the three Skelton brothers from Morenci, hoping his... [Read More]
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Last month, an era in the Adrian Police Department came to an end, due largely in part to a new law passed by voters in... [Read More]
By spring, the east parking lot of the Woodstock Township Hall will be lit at night, and the township's new storm siren will be powered.... [Read More]
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The Adrian Public Schools Board of Education on Monday approved a bid for removing asbestos from the former Garfield Elementary School building as demolition proceedings... [Read More]
The Adrian Police Department has released photos of a pickup believed to have been used by a man suspected of trying to abduct a woman... [Read More]
Following a routine, annual evaluation, the Adrian Public Schools Board of Education Monday determined Superintendent Bob Behnke is an "effective" leader. Using a multiple-tiered... [Read More]
A local 19th century woman vital to the antislavery movement will be inducted into the National Abolition Hall of Fame, 120 years after her death.... [Read More]
The Hudson City Council on Tuesday heard an update on the ongoing $5 million wastewater treatment plant upgrades. Hudson City Manager Steve Hartsel told... [Read More]
An early morning fire Friday on Marsh Drive off the south side of Devils Lake was deemed to be intentionally set, according to the Addison Fire... [Read More]
Adrian city officials plan to have an infrastructure study done on the Bohn Pool property to identify improvement projects or if the city would be... [Read More]
The Adrian Utilities Department released a statement Tuesday reporting again that although the city's water continues to have taste and odor issues, it is safe... [Read More]
A new fire truck will join the Hudson Fire Department fleet next year. The Hudson City Council on Tuesday voted 6-0 to accept the... [Read More]
Permits for medical marijuana facilities came before the Adrian City Commission Monday, with some being approved, some denied and one owner questioning the permit process... [Read More]
An outdoor community ice rink in downtown Adrian is one step closer to happening. The Adrian City Commission on Monday voted 5-1 to approve... [Read More]
When emergency messages flash across radio, broadcast and cable TV, as well as cellphones, this week it will only be a test. The Federal... [Read More]
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