Friday, February 6, 2015
The Adrian High School 2015 Courtwarming candidates are pictured. Queen candidates, front row, left to right: Payton Ritter, freshman; Kristina Peek, sophomore; Taylor Robertson, junior; Shelby Pittman, senior. King candidates, back row, left to right: Wyatt Reynolds, freshman; Zachary Shannon, sophomore; Ryan Baker, junior; Luke Moise, senior.
Courtwarming information: AHS Basketball vs. Appleton City - JV Boys at 5:30 followed by Varsity Girls and Varsity Boys. Coronation will be during halftime of the Varsity Boys game.
Tiger Cubs from Adrian Cub Scouts Pack 238 visted The Adrian Journal on Thursday, January 29, 2015. They took a tour, watched a demonstration on how The Journal is put together each week and helped place their picture on this week’s front page. Along with scout leader Kris Saathoff, the Tiger Cubs toured The Journal because they are learning about the town they live in.
The Tiger Cubs are pictured left to right: Noah Saathoff, Andrew Johnson and Bryce Bedwell.
Right: Five Adrian Blackhawks football players made the Academic All-State football team. Pictured left to right: James Wood, Brohde Bennett, Hunter Harris, Logan Harris and Adam Cochran.
Far right: Five Lady Blackhawks volleyball players were named to the Academic All-State Team. Left to right: Lydia Reynolds, Brenna Adkins, Kaitlyn Miller, Anna Walley and Lauren Shipley.
This month is school board member recognition. Superintendent Don Lile extended appreciation to each board member on behalf of the Adrian R-III School District. The school board is pictured. Front row, left to right: Bret Still and Susan McMillan. Back row, left to right: Tom Underwood, Jim Tenholder, David Knuth, Michele Burris and Jay Walley.
By BATES COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
In January the Bates County Sheriff’s Office and the Butler Police Department were made aware of a subject who was asking for assistance in the murder of his ex-wife. The subject was looking to purchase a firearm for that intent. The subject is restricted from possessing a firearm because of multiple felony convictions.