If you want to know what’s happening in eastern Lenawee County and western Monroe County, these are the headlines in the Feb. 18, 2015, edition of The Advance…
1. Johnson named Blissfield superintendent
2. Suspect in BHS threat faces count of ‘threat of terrorism’ as juvenile
3. August farm event to herald new ag museum, with a photo and info as the museum committee makes a down payment on land which is to be the site of the proposed farm museum
4. BCS in-service training seeks to thwart school intruders
5. Wind farms meeting goals
6. Palmyra Township reviewing proposals from cemetery commission
7. Road millage sought by Palmyra Township
8. BD may add bus service for town students
9. Council hears of DDA capital progress brochure
10. Blood drive honors Dressel
11. A rash of rashes hit Lenawee County
12. Miss River Raisin Festival contestants sought
…and that’s just the major news … Read More »
Britton Deerfield’s Patriots crowned Emily Steuwe and Josh Papworth as Winterfest Queen and King Jan. 30 at the Britton Deerfield-Whiteford basketball game.
The following week, Blisfield High School students crowned Emma Essen and Connor Friess as their Coming Home Queen and King during halftime Feb.6 while several male school officials dressed as women did a Dash for Cash to raise funds for After Prom activities. The candidates for royalty were delivered in via children’s wagon “floats,” except one who rode in on a friend’s back.
In Whiteford, Mr. and Miss Whiteford are Garrett Crozier and Katie Ebersole. They were crowned Saturday, Feb. 7.
For more Coming Home photos, please see the Feb. 11, 2015, edition of The Advance.