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Britton Deerfield boys basketball knocks off Lenawee Christian

ADRIAN — Britton Deerfield went on the road and picked up the non-league win, ending a two-game losing skid by beating Lenawee Christian, 65-48, on Tuesday. “We had a big third quarter defensively,” said BD coach Darren Shiels. “We forced some tough shots and rebounded really well. We switched up defenses and played together. That won us the game.”

Tecumseh Ice Festival 2022: Photos

Tecumseh, MI – WLEN News continues our coverage of the highly-successful Tecumseh Ice Festival from the weekend by talking with Rhonda Nowak, Events and Marketing Manager for the City. She said that they estimated over 9,000 people attended the weekend festival…. Nowak went on to talk about the different...

Tuesday’s High School Hoops Results; Flying Dutchmen in Adrian Tonight

UNDATED (WHTC-AM/FM) – Results from last night’s high school basketball slate along the Lakeshore:. On Friday evening, hear the Fruitport at Hamilton boys’ game around 6:40 PM on 99 7/1450 WHTC, or the Fennville at Saugatuck girls’/boys’ doubleheader at 5:40 PM on The Lakeshore’s 92 7 The Van.

Weekend of Art, Ice, and Community at the Tecumseh Ice Festival

Tecumseh, MI – The greater Lenawee County area gathered to celebrate art, ice, and community at Downtown Tecumseh’s Ice Festival. Mayor Jack Baker talked about the event with WLEN News…saying it was a proud weekend for the City of Tecumseh…. Tune into our local and state newscasts,...

Driver shot and killed on Holland-Sylvania Rd. in Springfield Township

27-year-old Gerald Dennis Mayes II is dead after the Sheriff's office say someone shot at the car he was in around 8 p.m. on Sunday night. A large law-enforcement presence, including investigators from the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation, were investigating at the corner of Holland-Sylvania and Perrysburg-Holland Roads in Springfield Township for much of the evening.

Community Action Agency to Offer Free Tax Return Preparing Services

Adrian, MI – Residents of Lenawee, Jackson, and Hillsdale counties who have household income of less than $57,000 can get their tax returns prepared for free through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program at Community Action Agency. Automated appointment scheduling starts today, and there will be an option to...

Reading girls hoops’ winning streak comes to an end against Bronson

The Reading girls prep hoops squad, led by head coach Kevin Bailey, had won three conference games in a row to start the month of January. The Rangers headed into their battle with Bronson with a 6-3 record, looking to take down the 6-4 Vikings. The Rangers and the Vikings would battle it out for four quarters on Jan. 18, and the Vikings would emerge with the 54-31 victory.

Our 8 favorite photos as Jonesville girls basketball battles Springport

SPRINGPORT, MI -- The Jonesville and Springport high school girls basketball battled at Springport High School with Jonesville coming out on top, 57-44, on Jan. 18, 2022. Jonesville remains undefeated at 9-0 while Springport fell to 5-4. Springport will play Bronson at home on Friday while Jonesville will play at...

Jonesville girls able to hold off Springport in Big 8 clash

SPRINGPORT -- At times in the second half of Tuesday’s Big 8 game in Springport, the Jonesville girls basketball team saw its lead shrink to as little as four points. But the Comets were able to pull away down the stretch, getting defensive stops on one end and baskets in transition on the other to come away with the 57-44 win over the Spartans.

Toledo man dies in shooting near Holland-Sylvania, Perrysburg-Holland roads

LUCAS COUNTY, Ohio — Lucas County sheriff's deputies are investigating the Sunday night shooting death of a man from Toledo. A press release from the Sheriff's office says 27-year-old Gerald Dennis Mayes II was found injured in his vehicle around 8 p.m. at Holland-Sylvania and Perrysburg-Holland roads. He was...

(Paid Content) BOYS BASKETBALL: Nic Borojevich’s 25 Points Carry Swanton Past Fayette 51-41

FAYETTE – Swanton senior Nic Borojevich put the Bulldogs on his back in the second half by scor... PLEASE LOGIN OR PURCHASE A SUBSCRIPTION TO READ PAID NEWSPAPER CONTENT. A NOTE FROM THE PUBLISHER: Though the name has changed throughout the years from newspaper mergers and territory expansion, our local news coverage dates back to the 1870s! This long term success is due to readership support from those that have subscribed and/or purchased newspaper copies at local stores. Without this support, we would be unable to send our writers and photographers out into our communities to bring forth the news you care about the most, local news. Thank you for supporting our family-owned and local Williams & Fulton County area resident operated newspaper!