At the regular meeting of the Adrian Board of Alderman on Monday, September 10, an agreement was signed with the owners of the Stevens Hardware building to provide a plan for its demolition, which should get underway in early October. The council also voted to rename West Lexington Avenue in honor of Max Stevens. The council approved the hiring of Tom Williams to operate the water plant as well as hearing regular monthly reports and dealing with some miscellaneous business.
The Archie Truck and Tractor Pull held Saturday, September 8, ended in a near tragedy that did leave three people injured and landed a Peculiar city alderman in trouble.
Mt. Olivet church, located southeast of Adrian, held a 135th Homecoming reunion on Sunday, September 9. Former pastors and members, friends and current members attended the reunion, which consisted of a church service, dinner and a program.
The Adrian junior varsity Blackhawks opened their season Monday night, September 10 with a 58-0 victory over the visiting Appleton City Bulldogs. Erik White, Trevor Gregg and Issac Lowe each scored touchdowns for the Blackhawks.