PAW PAW — Anyone in attendance at Thursday’s Wolverine Conference volleyball match between visiting Three Rivers and Paw Paw certainly got their five dollars worth.
THREE RIVERS — Not even a sweltering heat could deny the Three Rivers Wildcats football team a win Friday night.
This story is part of a series the Commercial-News is calling “St. Joseph County: A closer look.” The series will aim to highlight citizens and public officials who live and/or work in St. Joseph County.
This story is part of a series the Commercial-News is calling “St. Joseph County: A closer look.” The series will aim to highlight citizens and public officials who live and/or work in St. Joseph County. CONSTANTINE — Mark Honeysett takes on the role of both Constantine village manager, and police...
COLON TOWNSHIP — On Wednesday, Sept. 20, at approximately 10:57 p.m., deputies from the St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Department were dispatched to the area of M86 near Farrand Road in Colon Township for a one-vehicle Personal Injury Accident. It was found that Davenport of Union City was traveling...
PAW PAW — Anyone in attendance at Thursday’s Wolverine Conference volleyball match between visiting Three Rivers and Paw Paw certainly got their five dollars worth. Three Rivers battled Paw Paw to five sets before dropping a 25-18, 25-16, 18-25, 20-25, 13-15 decision. Three Rivers head coach Erik...
CENTREVILLE — The Glen Oaks Community College volleyball team defeated Lansing Community College at home Thursday 23-25, 25-17, 25-19, 25-20. Calsey Gruzdov led Glen Oaks in kills with 19. Amber Martin added 13 and Paige Engdahl had 11. Britta Molberg posted 36 assists. Glen Oaks’ top defensive...
BANGOR — Mendon’s volleyball team kept its Southwest 10 Conference unbeaten record intact with a thrilling five-set win at Bangor Thursday 23-25, 25-13, 25-17, 23-25, 15-9. “What a match. Bangor is scrappy defensively and very disciplined. Their serve receive is tough and they make great decisions...
THREE RIVERS — Not even a sweltering heat could deny the Three Rivers Wildcats football team a win Friday night. With temperatures still hovering near 90 at game time, J.J. Wagner’s Wildcats overcame two first-half turnovers and used a stiff defense to turn back the host Redskins 14-0 at Falan...

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