September 11, 2001, we still remember it like it was yesterday!

September 11 Processional/Program in Adrian
Thursday, September 11

*Lineup for those participating in the procession is 5:30 pm.

*5:45 pm start at 1st & Clark Streets, beginning at Adrian Manor.

*6:00 pm procession will be in the Business District of Main Street.

*Program follows at the Adrian Optimist Building and should start between 6:45-7:00 pm.

*Refreshments will be served.

Adrian honors its own heroes

By MICHELE BURRIS

With the 13th anniversary of the September 11 attacks on America comes reflection of that horrific, tragic day in our nation’s history. The fear. The pain. The confusion. The uncertainty. The pride. The heroes. The overwhelming unity of Americans. So many people came together to help others, including emergency personnel such as firefighters, police officers, EMT’s and ambulance workers and more.

Two people arrested for burglary in Adrian

By BATES COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE

Warrant was issued on the suspect from the search warrant executed at 14989 NW County Road 221, Archie on September 7, 2014, involving the stolen truck - Jeremy Lee Nash from Archie, MO.

Jeremy Lee Nash is currently in the Bates County Jail on a $50,000.00 bond for receiving stolen property, a Class C felony. More charges pending.

Adrian Lions donate to Adrian Fire

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The Adrian Fire Department applied for grant money to purchase Wildland Gear. They had enough from the grant to purchase the gear but not the bags. The Adrian Lions Club stepped up and purchased the bags for the department. Pictured, left to right: Ronnie Dennison, Brian Bearce, Josh Nash, Brian Dizney, Lion Joey Bailey, and Gary Dizney. The Fire Department appreciates the Lions Club for their continued support.

Local FFA teams visit Farm Research Center

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Local FFA Teams descended upon the The Farm Research Center in Garden City, Missouri, this past Saturday, September 6th. FFA students from Adrian, Appleton City, Cass Career Center, Cass Midway, Cole Camp, Holden, Montrose and Rich Hill pulled on their muck boots and hit the fields to calculate standing yields on corn and soybean. 

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