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Travelers advisory issued in Lenawee County

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12th March

Blowing snow and driving conditions are creating hazardous driving conditions throughout the county. Additional snowfall is expected throughout the day, according to Curtis Parsons, Lenawee County Emergency Management coordinator, said. He urged residents to use caution in a news release received at 10 a.m. Wednesday morning.

Snow continues to fall in Blissfield, with blowing and drifting as of 10:55 a.m. Driving conditions are very slippery.

 


Lady Royals’ journey ends at quarterfinal

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11th March

The mighty Lady Royals ended a spectacular basketball season where they reigned at number-one in the state for Class C for weeks, won their District and Region, but fell Tuesday night 50-47 to Grosse Pointe University Liggett.

It was a tight game all night for the quarterfinal game at Whitmore Lake. First quarter, the Royals trailed by two at 11-9; at the Blissfield was down by one at 20-19. But at the end of the third quarter, the Royals were on top 34-33.

Please see the March 19, 2014, edition of The Advance to read about this game, but don’t miss the story of the Royals’ stellar regional win in the March 12, 2014, edition on newsstands now!


Blissfield snow emergency goes into effect at 6 a.m. Wednesday, March 12

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11th March

A Snow Emergency has been declared in the Village of Blissfield by the authority of the chief of police.
The Snow Emergency will be effective on March 12 at 6 a.m.
The declared emergency means that any motor vehicle, trailer, or moveable object must be removed from public streets. Vehicles parked in these areas during the time of the declared emergency are subject to being towed and ticketed by the police department in accordance with Blissfield Village Ordinance, Part 52, Section 52.013, Subsection 2.5d(f). Owners of such vehicles will be responsible for all tickets, towing and storage fees.
Additionally, property owners are reminded that it is a violation of the Michigan Motor Vehicle Code as adopted by Blissfield Village Ordinance, Part 62, to blow and/or deposit snow/ice onto public streets, sidewalks or municipal parking areas. Any person discovered to be … Read More »