JH football defeats Archie

The Adrian Jr. High football team played at home against Archie, Monday, September 22 and defeated the Whirlwinds 38 to 14. With 1 second remaining in the 1st quarter, Adrian running back Noel Martinez ran for a 1 yard touchdown, the 2 point conversion failed.

In 4th Quarter Dakota Harris intercepted the football and ran it in for a 67 yard defensive touchdown, putting up the final numbers of the night for the Blackhawks.

Their next game will be Monday, September 29 at Appleton City.

Lady Blackhawks bring home first place from Midway tournament

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The Adrian Lady Blackhawks participated in the Midway Tournament Saturday, September 20 and came home as champions. Coach Johnson stated, “I’ve never been more proud of this team. We played some tough teams (Midway and K C Lutheran) and the girls fought hard, handled pressure, and never gave up. We passed well, Lauren set well, and our hitting was on. The girls played as a team and communicated with each other. They did everything they needed to do to be successful and their hard work paid off.”

Adrian Youth Cheer Team

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Front row - Kendall Bailey, Sabryna Riley, Emma Holmes, Ally Jones, Autumn Lapietra, Madi Laughman, Emily Pasteur. 2nd row - Haley Capolongo, Natalie Moise, Alyssa Brown, Alexia Bridges, Chevelle Peel, Alexis Hastings, Annabelle Rowe, Emma Morgan, Kashlee Murray, Aubry Baney. 3rd row - Gabby Reitz, Kelsey Parsell, Kaydince Shelton, Maggie Stark, Dori Blum, Falathia Bays, Dallas Steinhoff, Haylee-an Jarreau, Mercedes Dougan, Brooklyn Wisdom. Back row - Kelsy Lacer, Aubrey Portman, Jordyn Bays, Caitlyn Sass, Alyiah Shipley, Chloe Ryles, Mackenzie Belohlavy, Reagan Belohlavy.

September 11 processional and ceremony brings people together to remember and to appreciate

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On Patriot Day, the Adrian Fire Department hosted a remembrance processional and ceremony to honor those who lost their lives during the brutal attacks on America on September 11, 2001. During the ceremony, veterans and those in the United States military were recognized for their bravery in keeping Americans safe and free. The ceremony was also a tribute to the men and women who work in emergency services each and every day.

A night to remember. A night to be grateful. A night to honor our hometown heroes. A night to hold close to our hearts as we said, “God Bless America.”

Bates County Sheriff Deputies make arrests

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On August 5, 2014 the Peculiar Police Department took a report of a 1997 Gold Case Uniloader had been stolen sometime between Saturday, August 2nd and Monday, August 4th of 2012.

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