PALMYRA — A two-car crash on U.S. 223 shortly before 9 a.m. this morning (Friday, Oct. 4) backed up traffic in both directions
. According to Cpl. Ben Oram of the Lenawee County Sheriff”s Office, who was at the scene, a woman was attempting to turn into a driveway at one of the homes on the north side of the road when she was struck by another vehicle. Oram said one of the drivers was being transported to the hospital by private vehicle as a precautionary measure.
Complete details will be in the next edition of The Advance Oct. 9.
The 2014 Britton Deerfield Homecoming Court. Pictured in the front row from left are freshman, Blake Southward; junior Jessie Langmeyer; senior queen candidates, Leah Grimmer, Taylor Cousino and Rachel Fox; junior Erika Scholl, and sophomore Morgan Tilley. In the back row are freshman, Kole Caldwell; junior Matthew Mueller, senior king candidates, Brandt Swindeman, Cody Meinert and Quest Gonzales; junior David Cochrane; and sophomore Kaleb Kimerer. The king and queen will be crowned Friday night at the halftime of the Britton Deerfield varsity football game against Madison in Deerfield. It will be the last homecoming game played on the Deerfield field.
Whiteford Agricultural HIgh School celebrates “The Seven Wonders of the World, Old and New” this Friday night during homecoming. The varsity football team will play the Summerfield Bulldogs. One of three seniors will be crowned homecoming queen at halftime, while the homecoming king is crowned at the dance Saturday evening at Whiteford High School. Each class will make a float that will be part of the homecoming activities Friday, and also participates in spirit week with each grade getting a turn to decorate and wear their class-specific homecoming T-shirt. Pictured are members of the homecoming court. They are, from left, freshman, Chelsea Zak, junior Brandi Barton, senior queen candidate Rachel Fisher and sophomore Camryn Long; back row, freshman Jesse Kiefer, junior Jonathan DuPree, senior king candidates, Zach Perry, Chris Sims and Keith Anthony; and sophomore Maximillian Bergen. Missing are senior … Read More »