The Weekly Newspaper serving the citizens of Morenci, Mich.,Fayette, Ohio, and surrounding areas. UP AND OVER—Alan Fernando de Jesus wasn’t about to let the big kids have all the fun. He watched his older sister, Karon, at the Morenci Elementary School Field Day and finally had to join in himself. MORENCI freshman Libby Rorick concentrates on the chore ahead—climbing the hill near the end of Fayette’s cross country course. Rorick leads a pack of runners during the recent Eagles Invitational run. MORENCI BAND member Olivia Easler keeps her eyes on student director Kayley Craig during the half-time performance at the football game Friday. Easler plays the marimba and also handles other percussion duties. The Bulldogs are on the road this Friday, but return Oct. 5 for the homecoming game against Whitmore Lake. LUCKY FIND—The Turbulent Phosphila larva does quick work on the plant it loves—the prickly greenbrier vine. The caterpillar maneuvers across the briars on the stem to reach its only source of food, the leaves of greenbrier. They eat quickly and are soon on their way to pupate and turn into a moth for the next season. The large white spots are actually fake eyes on the rear of the caterpillar. David Wagner, the author of “Caterpillars of Eastern North America,” states the coloration and behavior of Phosphila turbulenta suggests they are chemically protected from predators. STAIR DISTRICT Library staff member Cally Gautz urges students to make a louder noise when Drummunity visited Morenci Elementary School last week. The visit helped get kids ready for Summer Reading Program activities with the musical theme “Libraries Rock!” See page 10 for more information about the program.