The Weekly Newspaper serving the citizens of Morenci, Mich.,
Fayette, Ohio, and surrounding areas.

  • Front.umbrellas
    NOT ONLY did Morenci lose its football playoff game Friday, but it was a miserable night to sit in the stands and watch. A light rain never let up the entire evening. Summerfield won the game 14-6 and moves on to face #2 state-ranked Whiteford.
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    HOLE IN ONE?—Dylan Grieder (left) sets off the motion in his group’s project to build a device using classroom materials plus a mousetrap to launch a golf ball down a putting green and, hopefully, into the hole. Of course the machines worked perfectly in practice, then missed their mark when the teacher sat down to grade the effort. Team member Bradly Bates watches at the right while Jacoby Clark takes a close-up look at the position of the mousetrap. The project was part of a class at Morenci Middle School.
  • Front.spiders
    HARVESTMEN hang out on a leaf along the edge of Morenci’s Oak Grove Cemetery. The harvestman isn't actually a spider, but is a member of the archnid classification. Unseasonably warm weather continued into October, but there are several morning temperature predictions in the upper 30s for the next few days as things are finally cooling down.
  • Front.cheers Copy
    Kids in the Cheerleader for a Day program show off their stuff during the Morenci/Madison football game.
  • Front.web
    NICE WORK—A spider remains at the center of a web, awaiting visitors, during a moist morning last month. The was built in front of Eagle Funeral Home in Morenci.
  • Front.bridge Cross
    STEP BY STEP—Wyatt Stevens of Morenci makes his way across a rope bridge Sunday during the Michigan DNR’s Great Outdoors Jamboree at Lake Hudson Recreation Area. The Tecumseh Boy Scout Troop constructed the bridge again this year after taking a break in 2016. The Jamboree offered a variety of activities for a wide range of age groups. Morenci’s Stair District Library set up activities again this year and had visits with dozens of kids. See the back page for additional photos.
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    LEADING THE WAY—The Morenci Area High School marching band led the way across the pedestrian bridge on Morenci’s south side for the annual Labor Day Bridge Walk. The Band Boosters shared profits from the sale of T-shirts with the walk’s sponsor, the Morenci Area Chamber of Commerce. Additional photos are on the back page.