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Adrian, MI, United States

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Past articles by Lonnie:

Boys and Girls Club of Lenawee names Waters CEO

ADRIAN — It’s an exciting homecoming for Adrian native Cody Waters, who has been picked to lead the Boys and Girls Club of Lenawee. The board → Read More

Where’s a good place for an outdoor ice rink in downtown Adrian?

ADRIAN — One of the goals of the inaugural Adrian International Film Festival was to take its proceeds and put them back into the community. This → Read More

Highwire looking to buy Adrian land for medical marijuana

ADRIAN — With a plan to break ground before winter, Highwire Farms expects to close on the former city of Adrian property on West Beecher so it can → Read More

Water taste and odor issues continue for city of Adrian

ADRIAN — The city of Adrian first issued a statement about water taste and odor issues back on July 19. It’s now the end of August and issues → Read More

Reality of overdoses to the footsteps of the old Lenawee County courthouse

ADRIAN — Each pair of shoes placed in front of the old Lenawee County Courthouse Friday represented an overdose in Lenawee County over the past year. → Read More

Exterior, interior at JR’s in Adrian gets a facelift

ADRIAN — There was a good reason JR’s Hometown Grill and Pub in Adrian was closed from Sunday night until Wednesday afternoon. It got a much → Read More

Fairfield woman leads group effort

Lonnie Huhman Daily Telegram Staff Writer @lenaweehuhman Ready for school FAIRFIELD TWP. — Bonnie Glisson of Fairfield Township has a big heart for kids and parents in need. So, over the past two years, she has led an effort to help them get ready for the school year. “My effort is to make sure I have enough for all children that need supplies for school gets them, including a backpack,” Glisson… → Read More

As recycling market drops, services shut down around Lenawee County

ADRIAN — Recycling is on the downswing, prompting those concerned about the environment to ask, “what’s next?” The Raisin and → Read More

Adrian supports need for inpatient unit

Commission approves resolution supporting CMH effort → Read More

Adrian looking for grant help to place cameras in public places

ADRIAN — The Adrian Police Department is hoping to use grants to acquire security cameras to better monitor certain areas in the city. Toward this, → Read More

Adrian's mayor says search for a new city administrator drawing interest

ADRIAN — The process to hire a new city administrator for the city of Adrian will be entering the home stretch in the coming month. At the Adrian City Commission premeeting Monday, Mayor Chuck Jacobson gave an update to the commission and those in attendance. “We’ve got a great selection to choose from,” Jacobson said. He said there are now 57 candidates vying for the job. As of last week, he… → Read More

Adrian to add new ambulance ahead of service

ADRIAN — A critical piece to the city of Adrian taking on its own full-time ambulance service is getting a second ambulance in place by the new year. → Read More

Adrian city and Madison Township fire departments to be sent to fires together

ADRIAN — Having more firefighters on the scene of a structure fire can make a huge difference in various ways, from saving lives to ensuring the safety of each firefighter. These are some of the reasons why the city of Adrian and Madison Township fire departments decided to go from a mutual aid partnership to one of automatic aid. Both fire chiefs said it makes sense. “I think this is a good… → Read More

Adrian music festival aims to help homeless youth

ADRIAN — Raising funds so homeless youth have a better chance at being successful in college is the goal of the Homeless Youth Music Fest. This → Read More

No bidders for the old Brass Lantern in Adrian

ADRIAN — There were no takers for the former Brass Lantern restaurant Wednesday afternoon when an auction was held in an attempt to find a new → Read More

Sept.1 deadline: No more recycling at Adrian Twp. Hall

ADRIAN TWP. — September 1 will mark the end of the recycling center at Adrian Township hall. In the wake of the joint meeting last week with Raisin Township and Modern Waste Systems, which provides the recycling bins and service to both township hall centers, the Adrian Township Board unanimously voted Monday to end the service at the township hall. Adrian Township Supervisor Jim Koehn made the… → Read More

Adrian Fire Department says repair costs increasing for its fire engines

Lonnie Huhman Daily Telegram Staff Writer @lenaweehuhman Money for fire truck repairs OK'd ADRIAN — The Adrian Fire Department repair budget got a much needed boost at Monday’s city commission meeting. After a presentation by interim fire chief Aric Massingill, the Adrian City Commission unanimously approved adding $45,000 to the budget for fire truck repairs. The 2018-19 budget had allocated… → Read More

Palmyra Twp. voters to decide zoning

Palmyra Twp. ordinance revisions address variety of issues → Read More

Adrian pride flag to be preserved

ADRIAN — Pride Month has passed and its flag was recently lowered at Adrian City Hall, but history will remember. Adrian Mayor Chuck Jacobson, who → Read More

ProMedica promotes benefits of breastfeeding

ADRIAN — With World Breastfeeding Week kicking off today, ProMedica Bixby Hospital wants to get the word out on why it believes breastfeeding is important and lifesaving. Angela Ford, the nurse manager of Bixby’s maternal newborn unit, said the main reason its important is that, “breastfeeding does save lives.” She said, “Infant mortality is, unfortunately, on the rise in Michigan. Over the past… → Read More