MENDON — Wyatt Cool is a national wrestling champion.
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers High School’s 113-member marching band wraps up its weeklong band camp, after nearly 77 hours of rehearsals, with a demonstration performance for their family and friends on Friday, Aug. 10 at the practice field.
THREE RIVERS — A sculpture in downtown Three Rivers was recently vandalized with red paint, while graffiti laden with expletives covers the outside walls of several historic downtown buildings.
ST. JOSEPH COUNTY — Voters passed the St. Joseph County Transportation Authority Millage Renewal request by a wide margin on Tuesday, Aug. 7 during the Michigan Primary Election.
THREE RIVERS — If Monday’s initial football practice is any indication, the Three Rivers Wildcats have that special something to make the 2018 season a memorable one.  
THREE RIVERS —About 50 participants, both men and women, strapped on their red pumps and walked a Mile in Her Shoes to raise money in support of Domestic and Sexual Abuse Services (DASAS) during its seventh annual fundraiser on Saturday, Aug. 11. The international campaign started as a Men’s...
MENDON — Wyatt Cool is a national wrestling champion. The recent Mendon High School graduate captured an individual national title in the 187-pound weight division in the NUWAY Summer Nationals last weekend in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Cool traveled to the tournament as part of Michigan Team...
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers High School’s 113-member marching band wraps up its weeklong band camp, after nearly 77 hours of rehearsals, with a demonstration performance for their family and friends on Friday, Aug. 10 at the practice field. The marching band completed an “undefeated” season last...
FABIUS TOWNSHIP —Fabius Township’s Environmental and Wetlands Protection Advisory Committee (EWPAC) invited members of the surrounding lake associations to discuss collaboration to maintain and improve lake and water quality. Chair Mara Kore reported on the meeting to the township’s board on...
EAST LANSING — Concussions are down, according to data compiled by the Michigan High School Athletic Association during its third year of collecting head injury reports from member high schools. The MHSAA released information Wednesday morning on its finding to the media in a press release. The...
ST. JOSEPH COUNTY — Approximately 8,885 voters cast ballots in St. Joseph County during Tuesday’s open primary, joining over 2 million other voters across the state in what turned out to be a record setting day in terms of voter turnout for an August primary in Michigan.   Please see Thursday's...
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers city commission voted 6-1 in favor of approving a change order in the amount of $41,300 with Brussee Brady, for the construction of pickleball courts at the Three Rivers Sports Complex, during its meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 7. Commissioner Carolyn McNary voted against...
THREE RIVERS — A sculpture in downtown Three Rivers was recently vandalized with red paint, while graffiti laden with expletives covers the outside walls of several historic downtown buildings. Three Rivers Police of Chief Tom Bringman said the department has not yet identified anyone who may be...
ST. JOSEPH COUNTY — Voters passed the St. Joseph County Transportation Authority Millage Renewal request by a wide margin on Tuesday, Aug. 7 during the Michigan Primary Election. Please see Wednesday's print or e-edition for full article.
THREE RIVERS — If Monday’s initial football practice is any indication, the Three Rivers Wildcats have that special something to make the 2018 season a memorable one.   Please see Tuesday's print or e-edition for full article.

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