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Dan Cherry

Monroe News

Adrian, MI, United States

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  • The Daily Telegram

Recent articles by Dan:

Comet to be visible next week

Its closest approach to Earth is expected to be July 23. → Read More

Revisionist history proponents use Internet for platform

On the local level, the topic of revisionist history really is not much of a concern. Most history presented by local writers and authors is how things → Read More

The story of Hidden Lake Gardens' entrance boulder

While the lakes and hills of the arboretum are said to have been carved and created by the last Ice Age, the boulder itself has been in place there for only 70 years. → Read More

Schedule announced for annual Tip-Up Festival

MANITOU BEACH — The lineup of events for the 67th annual Devils and Round lakes Tip-Up Festival has been announced. Although the lakes as of Tuesday → Read More

Water Advisory

Report: Water boil advisory issued to Onsted Maple Street residents → Read More

Middle school students apply learning to state deer management program

MORENCI — Last month, Morenci Area Schools launched a collaboration with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources to gauge the age and weight of Michigan deer harvested during hunting season. The initiative was a multiple group effort between the DNR, the Quality Deer Management Association and Lost Lake Woods Club, a hunt club near Alpena, Superintendent Mike McAran said. The program… → Read More

Officials: Power restoration set for Tuesday night

ADRIAN — A permanent power restoration six days in the making at Adrian College was expected to take place starting at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday. College officials said an on-campus power line within the college lost service Wednesday night, prompting the college to bring in portable generators in an effort to keep buildings lit and heated while repairs were done. On Friday, officials expected the… → Read More

Mood merry, bright in Hudson

HUDSON — While rain reduced the size of the crowds Saturday at the annual Hudson Christmas parade and tree-lighting ceremony, the mood was merry and → Read More

Michener elementary students sing Christmas songs

Shoppers at Meijer Friday afternoon got a musical treat from Michener Elementary School students, who gathered in the seasonal department for its annual → Read More

Christian Mission celebrates its 45th year

ADRIAN — Forty-five years ago, a faith-based mission opened on Broad Street in Adrian to offer Christian counseling and outreach services to those seeking comfort and guidance. On Friday, Christian Mission Inc. at 1239 Wolf Creek Highway observed its anniversary with an open house that showcased its various support ministries and introduced a familiar face as its new director of counseling… → Read More

Annual Christmas parade Saturday in Hudson

HUDSON — The annual Hudson Christmas parade and third annual holiday tree-lighting ceremony is coming to town Saturday, Dec. 1. The parade, set to → Read More

School unveils outdoor classroom

MORENCI — Students at Morenci Area Schools saw the fruits of their labor Thursday when the district’s new outdoor classroom opened on campus. → Read More

Four seeking two open partial-term seats to Addison board of education

ADDISON — Sixteen candidates are seeking election to four open seats on the Addison Community Schools Board of Education. Two regular, six-year → Read More

16 candidates, four seats on Addison school board

ADDISON — Sixteen candidates are seeking election to four open seats on the Addison Community Schools Board of Education on Nov. 6. Two regular, six- → Read More

16 candidates, four seats open on board of education

ADDISON — Sixteen candidates are seeking election to four open seats on the Addison Community Schools Board of Education Nov. 6. Two regular six-year term seats are open, as well as two partial-term seats set to expire Dec. 31, 2020. Those four seats are currently held by David Luke, Rick Meyer, Paul Klee and Irving Dentel. Meyer was appointed in August to fill the seat of vice president Mike… → Read More

Walk to School Day

ADRIAN — Alexander Elementary School students, parents and guardians, and school staff bundled up Friday for a crisp walk to school as part of Walk to School Day. The effort to promote physical fitness and sharing a sense of community among grades K-8 was built from the Safe Routes to School initiative, elementary principal Mike Perez said. “I initially received an email from Walk to School… → Read More

Donations sought for continued museum building improvements

ADRIAN — This year has been a memorable one for the Lenawee County Historical Society Museum in Adrian, officials there said, and the board is looking to its membership and the community to make next year more successful. Society vice president Ray Lennard said Wednesday the museum was able to install a new, permanent exhibit this year focusing on Lenawee County’s role in the antislavery and… → Read More

Community Action Agency receives grant for lead abatement

ADRIAN — The Community Action Agency in Adrian has received $845,695 from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services for lead removal and → Read More

Centre fall festival coming up Oct. 26

The Centre’s annual Fall Fest celebrating the autumn harvest season returns Friday, Oct. 26, with an evening of family-friendly events and activities. The Centre is located at 1800 W. U.S. 223 in Adrian, at the corner of Wolf Creek Highway. Three event highlights 1. This year’s theme The theme of this year’s festival is “Noah’s Ark.” Those who attend are encouraged, but not required, to dressing… → Read More

Curtis settles into new position at Consumers

JACKSON — Eight days into his new job as vice president of public affairs for Consumers Energy, Roger Curtis said he is excited for the opportunity to continue enhancing people’s lives. Curtis, who lives near Onsted, is a familiar name to Lenawee County residents as being the president and face of Michigan International Speedway from 2006 to 2016, as well as being the Onsted Community Schools… → Read More