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U.S. 223 closed near Palmyra

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14th August

Police have closed U.S. 223 east of Palmyra while they are investigating a serious pre-dawn traffic accident near Driggs Road and U.S. 223. All traffic is rerouted from U.S. 223 to Crockett Highway to Gorman Road and Ogden Highway for both east and westbound traffic. No further information is available at this time.


Village paving Jefferson Street

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13th August

Traveling Jefferson Street in the village of Blissfield for the next week may be a little rough as crews begin to prepare the street for paving next week. The village contracted with the Lenawee County Road Commission for work that began Tuesday morning.

Village Department of Public Works Superintendent Mark Strahan said traffic will be able to get down the road this week as road crews are working to clean out the street after the surface was removed Tuesday. Strahan said he expects paving to begin and end the week of Aug. 19, weather permitting. The street will remain open but drivers may experience street closures or lane closures while the street is being paved.


Bluegrass on the River set for Aug. 24

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13th August

By MELISSA BURNOR

Bring a lawn chair, bring a blanket and bring the family to and hear some of the best bluegrass music in southeastern Michigan at the third annual Bluegrass on the River Saturday, Aug. 24, at Blissfield’s Bachmayer Park. This year’s event is presented by the Blissfield Rotary.

With a strong lineup of bluegrass entertainers, as well as crafters, lost arts vendors and food vendors, chairperson Ashley Bailey said this year’s event should be larger than ever.

The music commences at 11 a.m. with the first of the nine bands in the lineup taking the Rotary Pavilion stage. Five of last year’s acts will be returning and four new bands will perform. The last band will take the stage at 7 p.m. The committee has lined up some talented acts well-known in the southeastern Michigan region.

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