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Two houses damaged by fire this week in Tecumseh
TECUMSEH — Two house fires in Tecumseh caused extensive damage this week. Tecumseh firefighters were dispatched at 8:14 p.m. Thursday to 500 Cairns St. and found the front part of the residence well engulfed in fire and with flames extending up into the attic. Crews attacked the fire from...
Neighbors of Hope closes Women's and Children's Ministry Center in Tecumseh
TECUMSEH — After nearly four years of providing services to women and children at its Tecumseh location, Adrian-based ministry Neighbors of Hope is ending the services in Tecumseh, officially shuttering the location as of Thursday, June 1. The decision is part of an overall restructuring of the organization, a...
Summer Gasoline Rules in Effect Throughout Southeast Michigan
Ozone monitoring has returned to eight counties in Southeast Michigan as extra measures are implemented to lower smog levels in the area. And the state has measures in place to make sure gas stations are selling the correct fuel. Taking effect on June 1, 2023, Lenawee, Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland,...
Jennie M. Rader
Jennie M. Rader, age 91, of Tecumseh, Mich., passed away, May 23, 2023, at Hospice of Lenawee Hospice Home into the loving arms of Our Lord Jesus Christ. She was born December 28, 1931, in Ridgeway Twp., Mich. to Walter J. Jr. and Jennie (Hicks) Bird. Jennie was a longtime resident of Tecumseh and attended Tecumseh High School. Jennie married William “Red” Rader on November 13, 1948. He preceded her in death on October 27, 2005. They were married 56 years together.
Adrian Center for the Arts' newest exhibit, 'Confluence,' to open with June 4 reception
ADRIAN — A public reception scheduled for 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, June 4, will serve as the official opening day of the Adrian Center for the Arts’ newest exhibit. The public is invited the Adrian Center for the Arts, on the PlaneWave Instruments campus at 1375 N. Main St., to view and...
Some Lenawee County commissioners favor approving Lenawee Now funding prior to audit
ADRIAN — Lenawee County has yet to receive the results of a forensic audit of Lenawee Now’s financials, but that hasn’t stopped some on the county commission in trying to get its funding approved. In a special night meeting Thursday, commissioner Dustin Krasny, R-Cambridge Township, made a motion to approve a $150,000 yearly allocation to the economic development corporation. ...
11 to graduate in professional wood design Sunday from Sam Beauford Woodworking Institute
ADRIAN — Eleven woodworking students who have successfully completed their studies in professional wood design will receive their diplomas Sunday during a commencement ceremony in Adrian. Students enrolled in the Wood Design program at the Sam Beauford Woodworking Institute in Adrian will graduate Sunday having displayed “a remarkable passion for woodworking, and their...
Blissfield student applying class work to board work, community service
ADRIAN — Andrew Mullins, a high school senior at the Jackson College/Lenawee Intermediate School District Middle College Academy, is using his knowledge from his natural resources program at the LISD Tech Center to serve his hometown. Mullins was appointed to the Blissfield Parks and Recreation Board last fall. The...
Cambridge Twp. Planning Commission has been Hearing Supportive Comments Regarding Quarries Ordinance
Onsted, MI – The Cambridge Township Planning Commission has been hearing more supportive comments during public comment segments of their meetings in regards to ordinance changes for quarries. The vast majority of the public that attends meetings has been vocal in their opposition to the possible digging of a...
Menudo is a standout at Maria’s Sunnyside Cafe
ADRIAN, Mich. — If you’re up for a drive and enjoy Tex-Mex, then Maria’s Sunnyside Cafe might be the place for you. It’s been a family-owned business since June 1974, originally established as a Mexican bakery. It is now expanded to a diner-like restaurant owned by Maria Guerrero, the granddaughter of the original owner. The area of town where it’s located is called “Sunnyside,” accounting for the name of the cafe. On our first visit we were greeted by the waitress who told us to pick where we’d like to sit. The restaurant was not full at first, but after a while there was a wait at the door. We noticed a mixture of people that seemed to be locals and out-of-towners like us. There were hits and misses across our dining experiences, with some standout dishes and some that disappointed.
Lenawee Christian girls soccer displays gutsy performance in district final loss
ANN ARBOR — Nobody would've thought any less of the Lenawee Christian girls soccer team had it lost to Manchester in an 8-0 mercy Friday in the Division 4 MHSAA district championship. Afterall, the Cougars were playing with one substitute available, one athlete sick and another in a cast....
Saline is Enhancing School Bus Safety
In a recent meeting held on May 18th, the Saline School Board made a crucial recommendation to award Unity School Bus Parts Incorporation the bid for purchasing and installing REI Complete Camera Systems. These state-of-the-art camera systems will replace outdated technology on the 15 buses that are utilized daily by the school district.
Free Pizza Café for Teens Launches a Summer of Fun at Saline District Library
Saline Schools will be closing their doors to students on the afternoon of June 8th, marking the beginning of summer break. But fear not, teens! The Saline District Library has a special treat for you. Head over to the library's Brecon Room to enjoy free pizza and take advantage of all the fantastic offerings available from 11:20 to 1:00.
Best Things to Do with Southeast Michigan Kids in June
There’s always so many fun things to do with kids in southeast Michigan, so how is a busy parent supposed to keep track of it all? With our list of the best things to do this month, of course!. This June, we’ve found tons of family-friendly fun, including Father’s...
Today is Downtown Adrian’s “Hot Wheels” First Fridays
Adrian, MI – Downtown Adrian will have their ‘Hot Wheels’ First Fridays event today. Matt King performing as Elvis from 6 to 9pm, and Hot Wheel races at 7pm. Bikes, Trikes, and Hot Wheels contest and parade for 6 and under. Line up begins at 5:30pm on South Main Street. To register, visit galleryofshopsadrian.com.
Health Dept. Offering Safe Option for Marijuana Storage
Adrian, MI – The Lenawee County Health Department is promoting the use of safe storage of marijuana by utilizing storage lock bags. Becky Selenko, Health Educator with the LCHD, was on a recent Community Conversation with WLEN’s Dale Gaertner to talk about the storage containers. The department has...
At last! Old Irish Mill opens with first 2 tenants and more on the way
BROOKLYN, MI – After almost nine years of setbacks and delays, parts of the Old Irish Mill are at last open to the public. Daniel Ross, owner of TransPharm PreClinical Solutions bought the former Ford Motor Co. plant at 221 Mill St. in Brooklyn in 2014, with plans to turn it into an attraction. After some setbacks and several changes to the plans, a marijuana dispensary and the Irish Hills Chamber of Commerce have finally moved into the historic building.
Tecumseh Middle School student wins National Junior Honor Society award
TECUMSEH — Tecumseh Middle School eighth grader Laura Nadeau is an all-round student, athlete and someone who pays it forward. Nadeau recently received the National Junior Honor Society Outstanding Achievement Award. The NJHS award recognizes middle-level students for their commitment to the five pillars of NJHS: scholarship, service, leadership,...
Farm equipment total loss after fire in Saline field
WASHTENAW COUNTY, MI -- A small combine is a total loss after it caught fire in a Saline field on Tuesday. Saline Area Fire Department crews were called to a field near Jordan and Braun Roads in Saline Township shortly before 5 p.m. on Tuesday, May 30. When crews arrived, they found a small wheat combine on fire.
Community Honors Fallen Soldiers at Saline’s 48th Annual Parade Memorial Day
The Saline community came together to honor the memory of fallen soldiers and pay their respects on Memorial Day. Led by the Saline Police and Fire Departments, the procession featured a diverse range of participants, each representing a different aspect of the community's gratitude and remembrance. The flag bearers, carried...
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