When I finished this week’s edition (really late, dead printer and more), I thought about getting a 7 to 4 factory job. But there aren’t many jobs to get, so I suppose I’ll hang out here. In this week’s print edition:
• Fayette has a new school board member (Pam Seiler) and the village council needs to appoint another member.
• The Seneca Township board is looking for some volunteers to fill various positions, and there are various other reports ranging from a special cleanup to the recall vote.
• A levy committee is forming to promote the Fayette library proposal.
• Jeff Bell opened a new tax preparation business in Morenci.
• Colleen Leddy writes about her daughter’s trip for overseas studies. David Green writes about a dream and about Ed Sullivan.
• A flu shot clinic is scheduled in Fayette on Jan. 26.
• We have a report on the hearing for the Michindoh Aquifer designation as a sole source aquifer.
• Lenawee County children (five and under) can sign up for free books through Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library.
• A few local Beaverson “kids” talk about their father’s slaughterhouse that was located west of Fayette.
There’s plenty of other news in this week’s Observer. You could join the growing number of people buying electronic subscriptions. Do it all on-line.