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Adrian rolls up its sleeves, tidies the town, and plans the future

ADRIAN – Not long ago, the Adrian Antelopes played their autumn home football games at night under the big lights at the high school.

Those lights, though, dimmed.

Then they quit working.

 “The lights were so old they don’t make them anymore so we can’t replace them,” said Adrian resident Nickie Shira.

Shira, who works as a science, technology engineering and mathematics . . .

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