THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers varsity girls’ golf team was recently recognized by the Michigan Interscholastic Golf Coaches Association for its performance in the classroom during the 2019 season.
THREE RIVERS — Following an hour-long interview process during Wednesday’s special meeting of the Three Rivers Community Schools Board of Education, Geraldine Jaramillo was appointed as the board’s newest trustee.
ALLEGAN — Three Rivers would like to send the seniors on its football team out on a good note with a road win at Allegan tonight. Kick-off time for the Wolverine Conference game is 5 p.m.
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers Public Library Board approved a change order for the library’s renovation project at 88 N. Main St. in Three Rivers during their meeting Tuesday.
UPDATED 11/11 @ 3:55 p.m. with Mendon Community Schools evening cancellation. Some area schools have announced early closings and evening activity changes for Monday, Nov. 11. Here is a list of those closings and changes: Glen Oaks Community College -- closing at 3 p.m. due to inclement weather...
HILLSDALE — Turnovers at chilly Baumgarten Stadium in Hillsdale ended up bringing Constantine’s playoff drive to a grinding half. Constantine put the ball on the ground twice, one in each half, and Hillsdale scored off one of those miscues and held off the Falcons 20-14 to win the Division 6,...
MENDON — Mendon’s volleyball team earned a Division 4 district title with a 25-3, 25-6, 25-7 win  at home Thursday over Howardsville Christian School. Mendon faces New Buffalo at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Regional. Taylor Heitkamp had seven aces, three kills, one block and three digs for Mendon....
CENTREVILLE — The Glen Oaks Community College men’s basketball team earned a 100-66 win at home Thursday over the Bethel University JV Pilots at Ken Schuler Court. Glen Oaks, now 2-0 overall, was led by Davon Bradley with 14 points, 11 assists and six steals. Whitney Harris tossed in 13 points and...
PORT HURON — The Glen Oaks Community College volleyball team defeated No. 4 seeded Lansing and No. 1 seeded Sinclair in round one of the National Junior College Athletic Association Division II Great Lakes District A Tournament Thursday. No. 5 seeded Glen Oaks, now 24-6, beat Lansing 25-17,25-23,25...
Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman called them “the forlorn hope”— 150 Union soldiers who volunteered to lead the way against some 18,500 battle-seasoned Confederate troops ready and waiting to cut down them down from their highly fortified positions protecting Vicksburg, a strategically important port...
By the early 1970s, the Vietnam War had taken a tragic toll on America in both blood and treasure. President Richard Nixon working with his U.S. Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger, attempted to forge a peace treaty between South Vietnam, America’s beleaguered ally, and North Vietnam, a communist...
At the break of dawn on August 2, 1990, Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein ordered his infantry and tanks to cross into Kuwait with the goal of taking over the small, oil-rich emirate at the tip of the Persian Gulf nestled between Iraq and Saudi Arabia. Backed by superior firepower and troops battle-...
The Mendon varsity volleyball team defeated Howardsville Christian School Thursday night at home to win the Division 4 district tournament, 25-3, 25-6, 25-7. The No. 2-ranked Lady Hornets advance to next week’s regional tournament at Martin High School. Details and stats on the match will appear in...
CENTREVILLE — Bronson’s volleyball team didn’t become a four-time Division 3 state champion by accident. Jean LaClair’s Lady Vikings run a solid system in all facets of the game. No. 5-ranked Bronson prospered in all areas on the court Thursday as it claimed a district championship with a 25-23, 25...

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