Last week we finished the paper early (a rarity) and this week we set a modern-day record for lateness. Monday night posed a challenge: a school board meeting, house fire and basketball game. I guess I never caught up.
This week’s print edition includes:
Santa will visit kids in Fayette at 6 p.m. Saturday. There’s a short movie for kids at 5:30 p.m. It’s all in the Opera House.
A fire at CQC AFC home forced the evacuation of 12 residents Monday night. A 43-year-old resident is expected to be charged with setting the fire.
The Fire Victims Advocates group will meet in Morenci Jan. 11.
Colleen Leddy writes about children going off into the world. David Green writes about a calf gone wild.
Fayette’s history group won’t be meeting over the winter, but several suggestions are made for personal research.
An open house is scheduled from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday for residents to stop in at Morenci’s library and say “atta-girl” to the staff. The event is in honor of the state award received recently.
George Isobar tells just how dry it was in November.
An article tells about how two people who made a book about homeless citizens in Adrian shed a lot of stereotypes along the way.
And, of course, there’s sports and lot more. Get a copy – either paper or electronic. Subscriptions are available via this website.
Posted in It's life.
– December 9, 2009